AN OPEN LETTER
1/10/2016 - 3/6/2016
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  • An Open Letter: The Power of Generosity

    3/6/2016 - Chad Aukland

    Are you feeling tired and worn out? Do you need refreshing today? So many people go around overwhelmed, tired, beaten down, and barely getting by. But that’s not God’s best. He wants us to prosper and be encouraged. He wants us to be refreshed. Here’s the key: be generous and refresh others.

  • An Open Letter: The Power of Joyful Worship

    2/28/2016 - Pastor Michael LoPresti

    Psalm 16:11 says, “You have made known to me the path of life; You will fill me with joy in Your presence, with eternal pleasures at Your right hand.” The psalmist understood what many of us do not – that it is useless to pray that God grant happiness through anything or anyone other than Himself.

    Someone said it might be more accurate to say that: “The chief end of man is to glorify God by enjoying Him forever.” How do we enjoy God and glorify him? One primary way is through Joyful Worship…one of the chief character traits of the Real Faith found in our Founding Fathers during the first century church.

  • An Open Letter: The Power of Your Story

    2/21/2016 - Ryan Young

    There is one thing that each of us possesses which is too important not to share: The Power of Your Story. Jesus told the Disciples in Acts 1:8 that when the Holy Spirit empowered them they would become witnesses. What does a witness do? Testifies and tells the story of what he or she has seen, heard, and knows is true in relationship to the saving and transforming power of Christ. Join us this Sunday as we continue in our message series – An Open Letter – and discover how to release the story that is waiting to be unlocked on the inside of you. A story that just might change someone’s life.

  • An Open Letter: The Power of Loving Community

    2/14/2016 - Pastor Michael LoPresti

    When asked to write a song that would reach a universal audience for the first ever satellite simulcast, John Lennon responded with “All You Need is Love”. Jesus said the greatest commandment is defined by LOVE: Loving God and Loving your neighbor. If you need to be energized by a community that is defined by love join us this Sunday as we continue in our OPEN LETTER series and discover how Love can change our Marriages, Families, and Church Community.

  • An Open Letter: The Power of Life-changing Truth

    2/7/2016 - Pastor Michael LoPresti

    This Sunday we will discover “The Power of Life-Changing Truth” and how God’s Word can transform each one of us. If you need direction, clarity and a glimpse of a new world of possibilities, you will not want to miss this Sunday’s service.

  • An Open Letter: The Power of Gifts

    1/31/2016 - Pastor Michael LoPresti

    In the book of Acts, the Church came alive when the individual members began to use their gifts. Join us as we continue in our message series – An Open Letter – and discover what The Real Faith looked like for our spiritual founding fathers as the church was launched over 2000 years ago.

  • An Open Letter: Supernatural Language

    1/24/2016 - Pastor Michael LoPresti

    Have you every been in a meeting, a class, a lecture, a conversation or church service and left wondering what was said? Somehow there was a communication breakdown. Perhaps the teacher, coach, or leader was speaking a different language or talking over your head or just communicating in a way that wasn’t connecting. As we continue in our kick-off message series for 2016 – An Open Letter – we are going to look at the power of language and clear communication.

  • An Open Letter: Supernatural Power

    1/17/2016 - Pastor Michael LoPresti

    Impossible situations and impossible dreams are important because they trigger the supernatural, miraculous power of God. If you’re facing something impossible, don’t be discouraged God specializes in doing the impossible. But the impossible doesn’t just happen. To see the impossible, we need to seek God through prayer, faith, and fasting.

  • An Open Letter: Whose Purpose

    1/10/2016 - Pastor Michael LoPresti

    This Sunday we will be looking at taking the risk of discovering God