Blessed Are Those Who Mourn

Is it possible we are not happy because we’ve not truly mourned over our sin? In this message we explore what Jesus meant when He said, “Blessed are those who mourn” - at first glance one of the most paradoxical statements in the entire Bible. Discover the wonderful promise of comfort and the special work... Continue Reading →

How to Walk in the Supernatural Power of God

All Christians have access to the supernatural power of God, but not all Christians are walking in it. Walking in God's supernatural power means the power to live godly lives, the power to carry God's presence wherever we go, the power to pray for our needs and the needs of others, the power to pray... Continue Reading →

The Now and the Not Yet

To what extent can we expect God to heal our bodies today? Addressing some of the excessive and erroneous ideas circulating about healing in contemporary circles, this sermon provides a robust and balanced theology of healing based on what the Bible teaches about the kingdom of God being simultaneously present and future. Our hope is... Continue Reading →

Something Missing

The Pentecostal understanding of the baptism of the Spirit is that there is a definite experience of the Holy Spirit to be sought and enjoyed subsequent to conversion that is different from the indwelling of the Holy Spirit which happens at the point of salvation. This means it is possible to be a Christian and... Continue Reading →

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