Mar 4, 2018
” Healthy Growing”, Upside Down: Part 7 – Associate Pastor, Steven Redekop
Series: UPSIDE DOWN
With encouraging teaching and good leadership, the church in various places was growing and glorifying God. A church cannot grow without good leaders: leaders that are committed to the Lord and the church. Sermon Verses: Acts 14: 21-28
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  • Mar 4, 2018” Healthy Growing”, Upside Down: Part 7 – Associate Pastor, Steven Redekop
    Mar 4, 2018
    ” Healthy Growing”, Upside Down: Part 7 – Associate Pastor, Steven Redekop
    Series: UPSIDE DOWN
    With encouraging teaching and good leadership, the church in various places was growing and glorifying God. A church cannot grow without good leaders: leaders that are committed to the Lord and the church. Sermon Verses: Acts 14: 21-28
  • Feb 25, 2018“Sending and Going”, Upside Down: Part 6 – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Feb 25, 2018
    “Sending and Going”, Upside Down: Part 6 – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Series: UPSIDE DOWN
    As the Antioch church leaders worshiped, the Holy Spirit asked them to send out their best! When we worship, we HEAR from God. Some go and some send, but all are involved.
  • Feb 18, 2018“Generous Discipleship”, Upside Down: Part 5 – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Feb 18, 2018
    “Generous Discipleship”, Upside Down: Part 5 – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Series: UPSIDE DOWN
    Sermon Preview: "As persecuted Christians fled Jerusalem, they shared the gospel wherever they went, including some who went to Gentiles. When the Gentile believers heard about a financial need in Jerusalem, these new Christians responded quickly and generously."
  • Feb 11, 2018“International Proclamation”, Upside Down: Part 4 – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Feb 11, 2018
    “International Proclamation”, Upside Down: Part 4 – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Series: UPSIDE DOWN
    The coming of the Holy Spirit to Gentile soldiers (see Acts 10) led to some conflict and even anger in the church. How would these Jewish Christians now make sense of Gentile Christians? Could they accept that God was doing something new in their day? Could we?
  • Feb 4, 2018“Compassionate Leadership”, Upside Down: Part 3 – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Feb 4, 2018
    “Compassionate Leadership”, Upside Down: Part 3 – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Series: UPSIDE DOWN
    As the early church grew rapidly, some problems of racial tension arose. Thankfully, the church’s leadership recognized the problem and adapted their systems accordingly. As a result, more people got to employ their spiritual gifts, and the church experienced even more growth. In our personal lives and in our church, will we trust godly leaders help us address problems to keep growing?  Acts 6:1-7
  • Jan 28, 2018“Prayer Powered”, Upside Down: Part 2 – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Jan 28, 2018
    “Prayer Powered”, Upside Down: Part 2 – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Series: UPSIDE DOWN
    The early church quickly began to turn their world upside down, filled with the Holy Spirit and filled with the joy and enthusiasm of the Good News of salvation. One of the habits of these new believers was a dependence on prayer. How dependent are we on prayer, and how can we become more prayer-powered?
  • Jan 21, 2018Becoming a Pillar of Hope – Guest Speaker: Reverend Justin Manzey
    Jan 21, 2018
    Becoming a Pillar of Hope – Guest Speaker: Reverend Justin Manzey
    Reverend Justin Manzey
  • Jan 14, 2018Fully Devoted, Upside Down: Part 1 – Associate Pastor, Steven Redekop
    Jan 14, 2018
    Fully Devoted, Upside Down: Part 1 – Associate Pastor, Steven Redekop
    The devotion of the first believers resulted in signs and wonders, generosity, praise and salvation. But essential to their development was their commitment to thriving connected community. Connection is still necessary and powerful. 
  • Jan 7, 2018The Harvest – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Jan 7, 2018
    The Harvest – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    John 4:1-38
  • Dec 31, 2017Bringing Our Thanks To God
    Dec 31, 2017
    Bringing Our Thanks To God
    Scripture: Psalm 100
    Summary: Living lives characterized by praise and thanksgiving to God can give us the proper perspective in life when we face challenges. God’s goodness transcends our circumstances and understanding and His love towards us is unfailing and rooted in his character.