Apr 21, 2019
04-21-2019
Wrapping up the "Fanning the Flame" services, Chris brings us a message entitled "Who Moved the Stone?" Referencing 1 Corinthians 15:1 - 10, he breaks the Gospel down into three things: Christ died for our sins; He was buried and rose again; and He was seen after the resurrection--He was encountered.
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  • Apr 21, 201904-21-2019
    Apr 21, 2019
    04-21-2019
    Wrapping up the "Fanning the Flame" services, Chris brings us a message entitled "Who Moved the Stone?" Referencing 1 Corinthians 15:1 - 10, he breaks the Gospel down into three things: Christ died for our sins; He was buried and rose again; and He was seen after the resurrection--He was encountered.
  • Apr 20, 201904-20-2019
    Apr 20, 2019
    04-20-2019
    In this message from our "Fanning the Flame" services, Bishop Rick Helton references the Layman's Revival of 1857. He encourages us to stay in prayer because that is what brings the revival. And as we get revived ourselves, it will spread to our families, community, and world.
  • Apr 19, 201904-19-2019
    Apr 19, 2019
    04-19-2019
    In this "Fanning the Flame" service, referencing Psalm 53:2 - 3, Pastor Richard Ware shows us the purpose of the flame in us. He reminds us that seeking God is intentional. And, the flame that burns in us was made by God, not us. That is why there is a pull in us towards Him.
  • Apr 18, 201904-18-2019
    Apr 18, 2019
    04-18-2019
    During our "Fanning the Flame" services, we hear from Wade and Connie Urban. Wade shows us several symbolic uses of fire found in Scripture and aspects of fire. He shows us that fire falls on sacrifice and wherever there is a fire, there is evidence of its existence.
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