We are living in a very uncertain time where there seems to be no answer to our questions and no hope for our future, but how should we as followers of Christ respond to the anxieties all around us? Bro. Philip Llapitan outlines God’s answer for anxiety.
Good Friday was God’s greatest tragedy, but it was also His greatest triumph — and it was ours too because of His great love for us. Even Jesus’ own disciples didn’t understand this at first, and sometimes we forget too. In this year’s Good Friday Service, Bro. Jesse Hollington shares a message on embracing the […]
What does the transaction of redemption look like for that? Who is the one who receives payment? Who is the one who pays? Who is the one paid for? And what was the cost of the payment? In today’s message, Pastor Sonny explores the answers to these questions in our continuing study of the Book […]
Biblical hope has God as its source, while worldly hope is ultimately based on chance. Since God is the same, yesterday, today and tomorrow, does not know how to fail, and has proven Himself from the beginning of time, then a biblical hope is certain and sure. How we hope, as human beings, is based […]
Suffering is not God’s way of punishing us for our sins, but rather a way of helping us to grow in our faith and trust in God’s grace. In this week’s sermon, Pastor Sonny explains how Exodus reminds us of that truth, and how the scars of our suffering are there to remind us to […]