In this week's message, pastoral staff member Josh Fairchild speaks about how living attuned to the Holy Spirit’s presence can guide us from some of the most difficult circumstances into the most fruitful seasons of growth in our lives. The question, then, is will you allow yourself to listen to the Spirit’s teachings and let them determine your trajectory? This is the tenth message of our series in the book of John, Come & See, where we are exploring what it means to seek Jesus and merge every aspect of our lives with his desire for us.
This semester we have been looking at what it means to live differently, and this week we are talking about some of the things that stop us from doing so. Listen as staff member, Josh Fairchild, teaches us about how the armor of God equips us to fight against the confusion and condemnation of the enemy.
Have you ever wished you could understand the tactics of the enemy? The book of Revelation does just that, giving us a peek inside the playbook of the enemy. Listen this week as we see how the enemy tries to push us toward disobedience through accusation, intimidation, and deception. Our passage tonight also, shows us Jesus' solution towards dealing with these attacks of the enemy so we can join Him in victory. This marks the tenth message in our sermon series on the book of Revelation as we seek to learn how the Bible reveals our ultimate reality.
In this week's message from Philippians, our own Josh Fairchild shares three keys to living without fear and anxiety, reminding us that the peace of God is always available to us.
Josh Fairchild speaks from 1 Corinthians 15 on the importance of resurrection in the Christian life.