Messiah’s House · What is Church – Jason Craft In the New Testament, The Holy Spirit used a single Greek word that we translate ‘church’ in English. The Greek word is ‘ekklesia’ and it means “the called out ones” or the “called out assembly”. Thus we know that the Church is not a place but it is a people. Church is not something that you go to but rather something that you belong to. The Church is made up of people who have been called out of the world and called to follow Jesus. Listen to this teaching and be […]
Messiah’s House · Four Lies of Satan Series, Lie #2 You Will Never be Good Enough This is the second part of a four part message on some of Satan’s favorite lies that he tries to get people to believe. “You will never be good enough” is a lie that Satan is constantly telling us. He wants us to question who we are because our identity determines our activity. Listen as Pastor Jason shares some of the reasons we believe this lie and gives us three ways that we can overcome the accuser.
Messiah’s House · Servants, or Sons and Daughters – Royce Gooch We often find ourselves thinking that we must do things for God in order for Him to like or accept us. This leads to us thinking that we are servants of God, when, in fact, we are sons and daughters. As sons and daughters, our service comes from our love of the Father rather than a desire for a reward. Listen as we explore the believer’s true identity in Christ and the resources available to us because of who we really are.
Messiah’s House · Stopping For The One – Randy Strickland The story of Jesus’ encounter with Bartimaeus can teach us a lot about the importance of stopping for the one. The crowd heard the cry of Bartimaeus’ voice but Jesus heard the cry of Bartimaeus’ heart. When Jesus heard the cries of Bartimaeus it was an invitation to join the Father in what He was doing. When Jesus stopped everything changed! Listen as Randy Strickland shares some insight into this story and some real-life personal testimonies of the power of God to move as we stop for the one that […]
Fulfilling the mission that Jesus has given to us requires us to be” Kingdom” minded rather than “Church” minded. Kingdom thinking doesn’t force people into the church in order to hear about Jesus. Kingdom thinking hits the streets with the gospel. According to Romans 10:15, every Believer has been given beautiful feet because we are carriers of the good news. Listen as Pastor Jason talks about eight ways that you can personally engage the world around you with the gospel.
“Since we live in the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit” Galatians 5:25. God is inviting us to move with the Spirit but there are things that can hinder us living this way. We can learn some things from the Israelites experience of crossing the Red Sea.
Listen to this powerful message by Pastor Jason as he talks about what it means to be blameless in Christ. If you are wondering how God can forgive you or if you live in constant shame then you need to hear this teaching. Enjoy!