Do you know Jesus? We want to be people don’t just know about Jesus, we want to know Him. It all starts by hearing the gospel. If you’ve come to faith in Christ, then it’s up to you to testify. That might sound intimidating, but it’s all about using your story to tell God’s story. Teaching text: 1 John 5:6-12
Where do you need victory in your life? Relationships? Finances? Health? Sin? We all face battles, but we don’t always feel like we’re winning. God wants you to have victory in Christ Jesus. In this teaching we look at how faith helps us overcome any obstacle we face. Teaching text: 1 John 5:1-5
This week we talk about the "how" of evangelism. Even if Christians feel as if they should share their faith, many have no idea what to say. We dive into Jesus' instructions to the 72 that he commissioned for ministry. Teaching text: Luke 10:1-12
It seems like everyone is in a hurry. According to Dallas Willard, "Hurry is the great enemy of the spiritual life." Lead Pastor Josh helps us understand that the solution isn't more time, it is learning to use what time you've been given with wisdom. Teaching text: Mark 13:32-37, Ephesians 5:14-17
In this season of messages, the "Community and Characteristics of the Spirit" are explored. This coincides with the 2018-19 year is "Spirit Minded". This year we will focus on the juxtaposition of the flesh and the spirit. Josh Branham is an alumni of Boise Bible College. He currently is the lead pastor at Hill City Church in Boise, Idaho. Intro Music: Motivate Me by Mixaund https://mixaund.bandcamp.com
In this conclusion to our series on the 10 Commandments we look at how God is interested more than just our external obedience, He wants our hearts. Lead Pastor Josh covers commandments 8-10: you shall not steal, you shall not bear false witness, and you shall not covet.
We don't just experience life in years, we experience life in seasons. The season that you are in today you may not be in forever. This message sorts through the different seasons we go through and helps us align our expectations and actions with the season we are in.
We have faith in those who have proven themselves trustworthy. Throughout history, God has proven Himself as one we can trust to provide, protect, and give us peace no matter what situation we face. While the Israelites in Exodus 13-19 have a difficult time trusting God in the wilderness, we can learn from their mistakes and allow our faith in God to grow deeper each day.
When we encounter suffering it can be difficult to feel God's presence. The beginning of the book of Exodus tells a story of the nation of Israel who is suffering from the brutality of the evil pharaoh. Before deliverance comes, we are reminded that God hears, remembers, sees, and knows what are going through.