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September 2017

The Edification of the Church

The Lord has ordained a mission for His church and commanded the church to “go therefore and make disciples of all the nations (Mt. 28:19-20).” This mission was to begin in full after the receipt of the Holy Spirit (empowerment) and was to start first in Jerusalem (home) then move outward into the world (Acts 1:8). Today the postmodern church all too often focuses its efforts regarding “the work of ministry” singularly on the commission of disciple-making, primarily targeting those who are in the world. But in order for the corporate church through its individual members to be an effective disciple maker for the advancement of the Gospel there must first be an unwavering investment inwardly to the body of Christ that is deeply grounded on the foundational rock of truth, which is Scripture. Only from this foundation can genuine edification and equipping of the saints take place for the work of ministry for the glory of the Lord.

Yada, Yada, YADA

In this second installment teaching of the Great Commandment from Matthew 22:23-40 we see the powerful truth of an authentic believer: a living, breathing, loving passion for Christ. The attitude, altitude, fortitude and servitude of a true believer is born out from a loving passion for Christ and a desire for His preeminence and glory to be revealed in our lives. A passionate love for Christ always manifests itself in a true love for others. Love in action towards other believers and other human beings is what the world so desperately needs to see. Too often professing Christians have exuded a lifeless faith and religion. Bring it Home as you Listen for LIFE.

“A New Commandment”

Have you lost your joy? What I mean is... have you lost the true sense of who and Who's you are in Christ? Are you going through the motions as a professing believer? This week Pastor Pete will bring the last message in the Ten Commandment series by offering one more eternal truth: A New Commandment - (Moving from lifeless religion to living passion) from Matthew 22:23-40. The Pharisees and Saducees were and still are perfect examples of the imperfect religious mentality and lifestyle. Religion is a never ending misery, "ever learning and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth." We will compare lifeless religion to the living, passionate, intimate relationship we can have with and in Jesus Christ. Bring it Home as you listen for LIFE!

August 2017

The Sufficiency of Scripture

Most Christians believe the Bible is true, but what about the sufficiency of the Word of God? Sufficiency of Scripture is one of the biggest battles we face today. IS THE BIBLE ENOUGH? Can the Bible answer all the life questions we have. I say yes.

The Called, the Committed and the Uncomfortable

Tomorrow may be the day that one of us is called to go and tell the world about Him, of what He has done for you, of what it means to accept Christ as Lord and Savior. Are you ready? Listen as Reverend Grif Vautier speaks of being called, being committed and being uncomfortable.

Let the Love of Christ Dwell in You Richly

Since we have been raised with Christ, we must set our minds on things above. Loving one another from the heart. Forgiving as the Lord has forgiven us. We are all part of His body, knit together by the love Jesus Christ openly displayed when He stretched out His arms on the cross.

Life Through the Gospel

In who or what are we believing? It is the gospel that brings life to our lifeless, sinful flesh. Deception and captivity come from looking for freedom in things that have an appearance of wisdom, but can not and will not, bring about a change of heart, a change of direction or make on alive to serve Christ. Only the gospel can achieve this!

July 2017

The Ten Commandments – Part Ten

I don’t think anyone would ever nominate Mick Jagger as a great theologian. He is known for one of the most famous rock songs of all time that has this famous lyric: “I can’t get no, satisfaction!” Unfortunately, most people, including Jagger, are still seeking for something and or someone to give them the satisfaction and contentment they so desperately long for. True contentment can only come through the person of Jesus Christ in the redemption only He can bring from sin and hell. God has created us for Himself and only He can give us what we really need and are really looking for. In this last installment of the Ten Commandment series Pastor Pete will use the Old Testament character of Job to illustrate this amazing principle in practice. Godliness with contentment is great gain. 2 Timothy 6:6 Bring it Home as you listen for LIFE!

The Ten Commandments – Part Nine

The Ninth Commandment, “Protecting the Sanctity of a Clean Conscience” in (Exodus 20:16), tells us we are not to bear false witness against our neighbor. Jesus asked the Pharisees the penetrating question of who then is our neighbor? (Luke 10:25-37) Essentially, any lie is a serious contradiction for the believer, for we serve Christ who’s name is “TRUTH.” Satan is a liar and the father of lies. So whenever we lie or slander another we are doing Satan’s work for him. One of Satan’s names, ‘Diabolos,’ is the word for slanderer. As born again believers we are told that the truth of Christ and His Word starts in and from our hearts. When left to ourselves our hearts will lie and deceive us. This is why we must come to the Truth: Christ Himself, and believe the truth of the Bible, submitting our thinking and behavior to the Way, the Truth and the Life. When Christ indwells our lives, our thinking and behavior will show forth a lifestyle of truthfulness and our conscience will bear witness to Christ in us, the Hope of Glory. Shall we Bring it Home as we Listen for LIFE?

The Ten Commandments – Part Eight

Within this Ten Commandment Series we’ve discovered many Biblical principles that God Himself has given to us, written with His own finger on tablets of stone and then on the flesh of our depraved hearts. These laws are not to restrict us but rather to free us to love God and love others and to serve God by serving others. This eighth commandment of stealing really speaks to property rights. Who is the true owner of all we have? When we take what doesn’t belong to us we in fact are working for the enemy who has come to kill, STEAL and destroy. We need to value God’s property as belonging to Him. Whatever God has given to us is on loan from Him and we are to become the best stewards of what in fact belongs to God. He must be given title deed to all we own before it ends up owning us. The Old Testament story of Achan at Ai, in Joshua 7: and 8: will serve to remind us of the subtlety and consequences of this egregious sin and any other for that matter. Let’s Bring it Home as we Listen for LIFE!