When Jonah disobeyed God in not going to Nineveh (Jonah 2), God had already prepared a great fish to swallow Jonah. Inside the great fish, Jonah acknowledges his disobedience and vows to turn around and do what God had asked him to do. When we SIN, we shouldn't just say we made a mistake. That would make us a MISTAKER, not a SINNER. When we sin, the only way to be free from the guilt we feel is to REPENT and TURN AROUND - to quit sinning with the help of God. If you are a mistaker, you will keep trying to get better. If you are a sinner, then you need a Savior.
Spiritual Growth is all about becoming more like Jesus every day, week, month and year. There is a very clear process in scripture. Make sure you follow it, and you will easily grow and advance in you spiritual journey.
Jonah teaches us some very important lessons about how God feels about the Lost. Those who don't know any better and continue to live in violence and misery. God loves them so much that He will send people to warn them. That is where we come in.
Ministry in Training - Lisa Anderson speaks to the church about Learning from Mistakes and Growing Spiritually. It is important not to keep making the same mistakes, but we need to apply ourselves to learn and grow.
Pastor Dummitt speaks about the Holy Ghost and how it impacts our brain. We don't check our brains at the door when it comes to the Bible, Jesus, and spirituality. When our brain is surrendered to the Holy Ghost - anything is possible!
Guest Speaker: Mukwanago Wisconsin Pastor Rob Jadrnicek encourages us not to miss what is really important. Don't trade the stalling for the calling!
This message starts tracking the beginning of the Christian movement in the Book of Acts. We will look at what it means to be the FIRST CHURCH that Jesus Christ established. BE BOLD, put yourself in a place to be empowered to boldly speak the truth about Jesus.
In the second week of our Gravity Message series pastor A.J. Dummitt preaches about how the Love of Jesus is the gravity that holds everything in place and gives us hope for our future. Everyone feels the gravitational pull of the love of Jesus, but not everyone responds. What will you do when you feel the tug?