What Does God Have in Mind? Lives of Love.

What Does God Have in Mind? Lives of Love.

We are continuing on in the series, "Church: Why Bother?" This week we'll be looking at the book of 1 John and seeing how God has equipped His church to love each other and the world around it by work of Christ and the enabling of the Holy Spirit. This will be a fantastic look into what God has to tell us about love for one another. We really look forward to you joining us.

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The Lasting Influence of a Man of God

The Lasting Influence of a Man of God

We are honored and privileged to have our friend, Pastor Dwight Simpson, return to preach this week. Join us as Pastor Dwight brings us a message from the Book of 2 Kings 13:20-21 about the "Lasting Influence of a Man of God". You won't want to miss this special Father's Day message..

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What Does God Have in Mind? A Commission of Four "Alls".

What Does God Have in Mind? A Commission of Four "Alls".

This week, Pastor Ken Cunningham continues the current series: "Church: Why Bother?" We'll be looking at some of the final words given by Christ to His disciples before heading to Jerusalem and His execution. Instead of words of fear, He gives words of mission, hope, and encouragement, letting His people know this was not defeat...quite the opposite.

We look forward to seeing you here.

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What Does God Have in Mind? Worship.

What Does God Have in Mind? Worship.

God's people are to be worshipers. But what does it mean for us to worship God? Does God have something specific in mind? And how does the way we worship corporately affect the Church? Pastor Ken will be preaching out of the book of Nehemiah this week, bringing us a word from the Lord on worship. You won't want to miss it and we look forward to seeing you here.

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What Does God Have in Mind? Service.

What Does God Have in Mind? Service.

The Church is called to love both those within and without our walls. Our hearts should break over the same things the break Christ's. The example given to us was compassion flowing out through acts of merciful service. 

Join us this Sunday as Pastor Ken continues his sermon series on "Church: Why Bother?"

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What Does God Have in Mind? Community. // Romans 16:1-16

What Does God Have in Mind?   Community.  // Romans 16:1-16

Christ calls His Church to be in community with one another. Far from a life lived in isolation, our Savior has designed us to rely on others and be relied upon. Loving one another as a family is one of the richest ways in which God blesses His Church and readies them for His work.

Join us this Sunday as Pastor Ken continues his sermon series on "Church: Why Bother?"

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Church: Why Bother? // Hebrews 10: 22-25

Church: Why Bother?   //  Hebrews 10: 22-25

Many times the difficulty of meeting together weekly may lead us to ask if it's even worth it.

This week, Pastor Ken Cunningham will be bringing a message from Hebrews 10:22-25, which he has entitled, "Church: Why Bother?" You won't want to miss it. Click here for directions.

UPDATE: Listen here.

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Shedding the Superstar Mentality // 1 Peter 2:3-10

Shedding the Superstar Mentality // 1 Peter 2:3-10

We often make ourselves the star of our own shows and can sometimes even bring this sort of attitude into the church. But God has a very different idea about what His Church is supposed to be.
Join us this week as Pastor Ken Cunningham bring a message out of 1 Peter 2:3-10 about how we are to act towards and within Christ's Church. Service begins at 10:45am. We look forward to seeing you here.

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Dealing with Our Disappointments // Luke 24:13-35

Dealing with Our Disappointments // Luke 24:13-35

Disappointment is a big part of life, which makes it critical that we learn to deal with it in a way that honors our Father as we submit to Him. Join us this Sunday, April 12th, as Dr. Paul Fisher joins us to deliver a sermon from the Gospel of Luke.

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UPDATE:
This week's sermon audio has been uploaded. Find it here.

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Jesus' Resurrection is Real // 1 Corinthians 15:1-8

Jesus' Resurrection is Real // 1 Corinthians 15:1-8

Please join us on Easter Sunday at 10:45am, as Pastor Robert Rooks returns with a message on our Lord's resurrection, the many proofs that we have for its place as historical fact, and how each of us must respond due to this evidence.

The audio recording from this sermon has been uploaded. You may access it here.

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Sermon for March 22: "Marks for Transformational Trust"

Please join us as we are blessed to have Dr. Rick Curtis take the pulpit and lead us into worship this Sunday. He will be delivering a message entitled, "Marks for Transformational Trust". The Scripture passage will be from the books of Acts 4:1-22.

Synopsis: This message explores the lives of Peter and John before the Sanhedrin and evaluates their actions in light of persecution. It serves as a challenge for us to live--as these early church fathers--as we face a similar cultural situation; the disparity between culture and a life set apart by the cross.

Dr. Curtis is the West Region Mobilizer for the North American Mission Board. He is the Team Leader for NAMB in the thirteen Western United States, American Samoa and Guam. Before coming to NAMB Rick served as Director of Missions for the High Desert Baptist Association north of Los Angeles, the same area in which he was a church planter and pastor. Rick has been married to Alma for 23 years and they have two children: Alyssa, who is 22 years old and a student at Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth Texas, and Bryan who is 20 years old and a Junior at California Baptist University in Riverside. Rick and Alma live in Oceanside California.

 

 

Sermon for Feb. 8: "Confident in God’s Faithfulness" - Guest Preacher Thomas Bush

Please join us this Sunday, February 8th, as we welcome Pastor Thomas Bush who will be delivering a message entitled: 

"Confident in God’s Faithfulness".

The key verse for this sermon is Philippians 1:1-6.

"Paul and Timothy, servants of Christ Jesus,

To all God’s holy people in Christ Jesus at Philippi, together with the overseers and deacons:

Grace and peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.

I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now, being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus."

Minister Thomas Bush has had a passion for ministry for over 30 years.  Since 2007, Minister Bush has served pastors and churches as staff for the San Diego Southern Baptist Association (SDSBA) as Prayer Coordinator (7 years) and Community Service Director (1 year).   Minister Bush received his formal call to the Ministry of Prayer in 2010.
 
Minister Bush assists pastors and churches with strategies for serving in the community and with deepening their connection to God through prayer.  In addition, Thomas leads "Prayer Assist Ministries,” is the So. California Coordinator for the National Day of Prayer Task Force, and a prayer consultant for the CA So. Baptist Convention and other
organizations.