If you're not daring to pray to God for the impossible, you may be sleeping through some of the best parts of your life. It’s time to wake up and pray boldly…pray daringly…pray audaciously. Then watch how God’s truth ignites your faith to step forward into your divine destiny.
Ever get frustrated when you want to use something and it’s knotted up? Extension cords. Christmas lights. Ear Buds. Between credit cards, student loans and everyday life, it’s easy for our finances to become a tangled mess of stress. Now is the time to find financial freedom. In this series, you will discover both practical insights and spiritual hope to begin to live your life “untangled.”
Scripture says Elijah was just like us in many ways (James 5:17). Just like us he lived in a world that turned its back on God. Just like us he faced injustice and evil. Just like us he struggled with doubts and depression. When the world is spinning out of control there is only one place you can turn to Overcome.
Do you wake up each day motivated by knowing exactly why you were created? Enter Chazown (Hebrew word for “vision”). In the same way the resurrection transforms our spirituality, living God's dream will rock your world and align every area of your life with God's purpose.
He turned water into wine, made the blind see and crippled walk...so why do we sometimes lack the faith to believe that God can calm the storms in our life? What would it take for you to believe that the impossible is possible? A miracle? Join us as we learn about five miracles and what they mean for us today.
July 2 - Water into Wine
July 9 - Opening Blind Eyes
July 16 - Poolside Miracle
July 23 - Calming the Storm
July 30 - Feeding Five Thousand
A table is a common household piece of furniture. It's found in every restaurant in the world, but the purpose and power behind it may be much more than we realize. It is where relationships are formed, community is established and friendship is extended. In this series, we will hone our skills as hosts and hostesses for the kingdom of God, as we are reminded there is always room at the table.