Bible Text: 1 Corinthians 3:10-15 | Preacher: Pastor Max Ford | Series: What About Heaven | This morning, Pastor brings us his 3rd installment of his latest series, “What About Heaven.”
Bible Text: 2 Corinthians 10:3-5 | Preacher: Pastor Max Ford | Series: The Power Of Influence | Pastor continues his latest series with his second installment of “The Power Of Influence.”
Bible Text: Luke 14:16-24 | Preacher: Pastor Max Ford | This morning, Pastor discusses with us the excuses we sometimes use in our Christian walk and how we can overcome that mindset.
Bible Text: Exodus 3:1-5 | Preacher: Pastor Max Ford | Series: The Little Red dEvaL Behind The Pearly White Gates | Last week, Pastor Max began a 2-part series about the way we speak about others. This week, Pastor concludes that series with part 2 of “The Little Red dEvaL Behind The Pearly White Gates”. Last week was about how we speak about others while this week, we focus on the words we say about ourselves.
Bible Text: James 3:1-12 | Preacher: Pastor Max Ford | This morning, Pastor Max discusses one of the most difficult things to control for ALL people, not just Christians. Our tongue, or the “little red deval” (we spell it wrong on purpose), has much more power than most people believe. Whether we use that power for good or bad is up to us.
Bible Text: 1 Corinthians 7:1-6 | Preacher: Pastor Max Ford | Series: Rules or Relationship?
This morning, Pastor Max discusses the 7th commandment. In a world where adultery has almost become the norm, Pastor teaches us how to prevent ever getting to that point and what we can do with our spouses to prevent the enemy from separating our marriage.
Bible Text: Exodus 20:12 | Preacher: Pastor Max Ford | Series: Rules or Relationship?
Today, Pastor Max touches on the 5th commandment, which is “Honor your father and mother”.
Bible Text: Romans 1:16-25 | Preacher: Pastor Max Ford | Series: Rules or Relationship?
In the 2nd installment of this series, Pastor Max addresses the state of mind that Christians have in todays world. Yes, God loves us and forgives us for anything and everything. However, Gods principles have been here long before the Ten Commandments ever came along and there are still things he expects from us and we cannot believe the lie that we can live however we want and God will be pleased.