Pete and Rigo dive deep into the imagery of the book of Revelation, by taking a close look at Chapter 12. Join us this week as Pastor Pete walks us through the symbolic nature of the conflict between Good vs. Evil in our world of living in the now and not-yet!
How can we be Christians of steel? There is an ongoing cosmic battle between Jesus and Satan that engulfs our lives today. We are thankful to know that Jesus has already won, yet life remains difficult. Pete Bullette helps understand our current struggles in light of this cosmic battle and calls us to place our trust in the blood of the Lamb.
Have you ever wondered about why we pray? In this sermon, Jen Moss explains that historically, when the praises go up, the blessings come down. Jen notes that God is listening to all prayers from all people and that his work in his people in history gives us confidence that he will respond to us when we pray. She concludes by asking us to consider how will we engage in prayer and how we desire to God respond.
The Book of Revelation paints a picture of a diverse community of believers from every tongue, nation, and tribe. In honor of Hispanic History Month Rigo expands on this picture by giving us a glimpse into his story as he grew up in a Hispanic church environment and felt a call towards a life of missions.
Listen to our message this week from one of our staff members, Rigo Herrera, as he shares on every tribe, every nation, every tongue, every people. This message of reconciliation is near and dear to our hearts and to the Lord's heart. Join us as we learn what it means to be a healthy multicultural Kingdom and how Jesus is the one who makes this all possible. This marks the sixth message in our sermon series on the book of Revelation as we seek to learn how the Bible reveals our ultimate reality.