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Our Recent Messages

Bitter Turned Sweet

by Pastor Steve Blayer - 01.19.20 | This week, special guest, Pastor Steve Blayer shares an encouraging word on how to stick with God even through tests and trials. Our good God never sets us up for failure. He is always for us!

Keep on Asking

by Pastor Steven Hilton - 01.12.20 | The Bible says blessed are those who hunger for they will be filled. Do you hunger for what God has? He wants to empower us, equip us, and help us in every area of our lives. In this message, Pastor Steve encourages us not just to ask for His involvement once. Keep on seeking, keep knocking, keep asking. He promises to answer and to meet our every need.

Empowered for 2020

by Pastor Steven Hilton - 01.05.20 | In this message, Pastor Steven Hilton shares ways for us to be empowered to succeed by our constant and deliberate fellowship with the Holy Spirit.

God's Plan for Connection

by Pastor Joel Hilton - 12.29.19 | From the very beginning, God said that it was not good for us to be alone. In this powerful message, Pastor Joel speaks on the dangers of isolation and how we can instead align ourselves with God’s plan for connection.

Christ in the now

by Pastor Steven Hilton - 12.22.19 | In this Christmas season, we often focus on the past when Jesus came to earth as an infant and lived and dwelt among us. We love and celebrate this part of the Gospel story. But we also know that Jesus still lives today! In this week’s message, Pastor Steve encourages us to rejoice in Jesus, past, present and forever.

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

by Pastor Steven Hilton - 12.15.19 | In this week’s message, Pastor Steve shares ways to boost our spiritual immune system.

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