With every promise of God comes opposition or a battle to defeat before receiving that promise. In the powerful message, Ps. Jurgen describes different types of battles we will face as believers and practical keys on how to overcome them.
"We don't have to be perfect to walk in the strength of God." In this powerful message, Ps. Samuel describes how to gain our strength back through confessing our sins to God, allowing Him to cover us rather than us trying to cover ourselves.
Since we serve a limitless God, we should be living limitless lives! The only limits we have on our lives are the ones we put on. In this powerful message, Ps. Jon gives three points on how to "raise the roof" in every area of our lives.
"If it doesn't look good, God isn't finished yet." In this inspiring message, Ps. Andy describes how to keep pressing in to believe the promises God has given us even when we aren't seeing the results that we want.
"If you aren't willing to do the ridiculous, you aren't going to see the miraculous." Using the story of David and Goliath, guest speaker Ps. Roger Archer gives four practical keys on how to defeat the giants in our lives.
In this life, God wants us to STRETCH INTO a new possibility, allowing us to experience His best for our lives by changing our way of thinking. Continuing in our "Stretch" series, Ps. Jurgen challenges us to stretch into the future that God has for us by speaking the Word of God over our circumstances.
"The more you stretch into the uncomfortable, the more you become comfortable with the uncomfortable." In this powerful message, Ps. Jon explains how as Christians, we should have "stretch marks" on our lives that show battles we've overcome through Christ. Having faith leaves marks; the bigger the faith, the bigger the mark.
"In order to walk with God, we must think like God!" This encouraging yet challenging message by Rex Crain explains how as Christians, we should focus on the miracles and promises of God illustrated through Scripture to see them come to pass in our lives today.