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Dating Part 1

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Dating Part 1

Although the word “dating” is not found in the Bible, we are given some principles that Christians are to go by during the time before marriage. During this series we want to look at these principles. Today we start by looking at and answering four questions.

  1. What is the vision and destination of dating?

  2. When can I date?

  3. Is it OK to date a non-Christian?

  4. How do I know this person is the one?

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Baptism in the Holy Spirit

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Baptism in the Holy Spirit

As Christians we know how important it is to grow in the Lord, but many Christians don’t know about how the baptism in the Holy Spirit plays a key role in our growth. Today Pastor Ras shares on the importance of baptism in the Holy Spirit..

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Get up and Walk!

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Get up and Walk!

The Bible tells us in John 8:36, “If the Son has set you free, you are free indeed.” The problem is that many of us have heard the good news, but we don’t live out the good news. Today Pastor Ras shares on how God has called you to get up and walk in freedom and live life in abundance.

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Mountain Move

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Mountain Move

We all have mountains in our life that are too big for us to climb. It could be fear, doubt, shame, sickness, and addictions that towers over us and press in on us. Today Pastor Ras shares on how to face those mountains, how to leverage faith to overcome them, and how to tell the mountains: move.

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The Greatest Decision

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The Greatest Decision

It was a great privilege to have Pastor John Partington the former National Leader of AOG GB share the word with us this Sunday. Pastor John shared a life message on the greatest decision we can make using the story of Apostle Paul witness during the shipwreck in book of acts chapter 27.

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Deliver Us

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Deliver Us

As we are conclude our series on the Lord’s Prayer pastor Paul looks at the final part of the Lords prayer in Matthew 6:13 and do not lead us into temptation, But deliver us from the evil one.

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Give us this day our daily bread

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Give us this day our daily bread

Today we make the transition in the Lord’s Prayer from talking about God the Father to talking about ourselves. But the prayer is a wonderful model of relationship. It starts with relationship building (Our Father), moves to character (Hallowed be your name) and progresses towards need (Give us daily bread). To seek God for daily bread is an act of trust. He doesn’t promise us weekly bread or monthly bread, but daily bread, to keep us in a relationship with Him.

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Our Father in Heaven

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Our Father in Heaven

As we enter the season of Lent, we begin a focused season of prayer. Today is the start of our new series titled: “The Lord’s Prayer”. In this message pastor Ras starts the series by unpacking the first part of the prayer “Our Father in Heaven”.

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Serving

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Serving

During our youth service Rachel shared a powerful message on serving. In this message she illustrated how once you have an encounter with the living God you will automatically be drawn to serving. How serving God becomes a routine part of life.

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