What does it mean to walk in His unconditional and steadfast love on a daily basis?

We often talk about the importance of God’s love, but what does it mean to walk
in His unconditional and steadfast love on a daily basis? This sermon looks to the
books of Jeremiah and Lamentations to uncover the character of God and his
undying love for His people. We see that this love is not a currency to be given or
withdrawn based on behavior or belief. God doesn’t use it that way. He doesn’t
use HIMSELF that way. Because God gave Himself fully, because Jesus died for
our sins, freely we have received love and freely we can give love without fear of
aligning ourselves with sin. We don’t need to have all of the answers before we
are allowed to love.

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What’s in Your Hand?

What is it God gave you in your hands? This Sunday we looked at the story of Moses and the feeding of the multitude and what we can learn from what they did with what was in their hands.

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Cultivating a Hunger for God | Part 1

The church of Ephesus received some pretty strong words from Jesus in Revelation 2; “you have abandoned the love you had at first”. What happened? And how can you and I make sure to (re)turn to that first love?
In this message, Koen teaches through the history of the church of Ephesus and talks about how we can build a culture of prayer in the church, building from the root of intimacy with Jesus.

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True Story | Part 16 | Pentecost

In this message, we are studying the event of Pentecost as described in Acts 2, talking about three major shifts that took place: 1) from local to global, 2) from law to Spirit, 3) from some to all.

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