September 5, 2023

Sex, Salt, and a Savior – Strange Stories Series

Messiah's House · Sex, Salt, and a Savior – Strange Stories Series – Jason Craft Jesus and Lot’s wife are the only two people in scripture that we are commanded to remember. It is shocking to think that Jesus told us to remember Lot’s wife when we don’t even know her name.  Why did Jesus tell us to remember her and how does her story fit into the bigger story of the gospel?  Listen as we continue our Strange Stories Series.
March 29, 2022

How Do You Relate To God

Messiah’s House · How Do You Relate To God – Neil McClendon Most Christians today relate to God on the basis of their sin. They consistently sin and then ask for forgiveness which keeps them attached to a cycle of sin and feeling bad. However, the Bible says we are not only forgiven but we are clean before God. What if we began to relate to God on the basis of what He has accomplished instead of on the basis of what we have done? What would change in us? What would get broken off of us? What would that […]
November 3, 2020

Political Move, Move Series

Messiah’s House · Political Move, Move Series – Jason Craft Does it matter if Christians vote since God is in control? What should Christians look for when they come to an election? Listen as Pastor Jason continues his Move Series and answers these two questions concerning the upcoming election.
May 8, 2017

The Effects of Righteousness

“As a man thinks in his heart, so is he.” Proverbs 23:7.  Your life is going the way your thoughts are going.  You cannot consistently behave in ways that contradict the way you ultimately perceive yourself.  Our identity determines our activity!  When it comes to the subject of righteousness, it is vital for us as Believers to know that we were made righteous when we placed our faith in Jesus.  Righteousness is a issue of identity, not activity.  When you know that you are righteous, you will live right.  Listen to this powerful teaching by Pastor Jason.

August 9, 2014

The Conviction of the Holy Spirit

In John 14:15, Jesus calls the Holy Spirit a "Comforter".  The Holy Spirit came to comfort, not to condemn. In this powerful message, Pastor Jason shows us that the Holy Spirit convicts of three things and that the ministry of the Spirit is positive, not negative.