Gary WilkersonDate Preached:June 26, 2016
Christ is King over everything—whether you want Him to be or not. Your life is either in alignment with his kingship or in rebellion. Often, an Absalom spirit will arise and try to sway you away from fully trusting God. Pastor Gary Wilkerson exhorts the church to bring the King back home. Allow Jesus to have full reign in your heart and home.
Gary WilkersonDate Preached:June 5, 2016
Pastor Gary Wilkerson poses the question: Can the radical Spirit-filled New Testament church that we read about in the Book of Acts be a reality today? The answer is a resounding yes, but we have missed it. Unfortunately much of the church settles for a status quo, comfortable, cultural Christianity. Many of us are not willing to do what it takes or make the necessary sacrifices to live a radical gospel life. It is possible though, but it requires power from the Holy Spirit. Pastor Gary Wilkerson exhorts the church to go “once more unto the breach” for our schools, cities and nation. Like the first century church, let’s believe what Jesus said was true. Souls can be saved. Sickness can be healed. Our world can be changed through Jesus and his church.Download MP3
Gary WilkersonDate Preached:May 29, 2016
In times of spiritual declension God brings us back to an understanding of his true nature and character. We are to fix our eyes not on what God can do for us, but on who He is. Our pursuit in this life should be to seek God's face and know Him. The best thing we can do when society is turning toward sin is to be truly on fire for God.Download MP3
Gary WilkersonDate Preached:May 22, 2016
In the book of Acts, the early church realized that the cultural norms of their day did not align with the teachings of Christ. The church today finds itself in a similar position. The United States is on a rapid moral decline. Abortion, homosexuality and transgenderism are widely accepted and even celebrated. What is the church to do? We cannot sit by and ignore the issues. We must lovingly engage our culture, showing that Jesus offers a better way.Download MP3
Nicky CruzDate Preached:May 15, 2016
We will not escape suffering in this life. All of us will face times in our life when we hurt and feel isolated or abandoned. King David was a man who knew what it was to face hard times. He also knew how to cry out to God, express his pain, and place his hope in God. Jesus, too, felt firsthand the pain of feeling like God has left you alone in your difficulties. Our God is a personal God. He is with you. He will protect you and provide for you. God has not forsaken you!
Gary WilkersonDate Preached:May 1, 2016
Pastor Gary Wilkerson examines the progressive decline of the church as addressed by Jesus to John in the Book of Revelation. As each church is encouraged and built up by Jesus, he also brings up issues that need to be corrected. Jesus and the Bible deal with sin, and so should the church today. Sin is not to be taken lightly. We know that in Christ there is no condemnation, but the Holy Spirit will bring conviction to point out areas in your life that are compromised. The remedy is repentance.Download MP3