Worship The FatherPastor Mike Corriero
Becoming worshipers in our personal lives involves an attitude of 'letting it all go' to come before Him to worship. The Father is seeking those who would learn to worship Him beyond worship services and worship ministry. Worship also involves us in a unique type of spiritual warfare. When you let it all go to be before Him and worship, He is greatly pleased!
Do Not Throw Away Your ConfidencePastor Mike Corriero
Sometimes we go through things and lose sight of the importance of drawing near to God, and our confidence to draw near feels like it's been weakened. It's vital to remember what our confidence to draw near is based on. Nothing we go through can weaken it.
The Woman at the WellPastor Mike Corriero
Jesus goes through Samaria for one lost sheep, the woman at the well. His offer of Living Water touches a broken and ruined place inside of her. At times the way the Lord desires to work in us is to build on top of the ruined places in our life, something new.
What Are You Listening To?Pastor Mike Corriero
If you're praying yet dwelling on everything that you don't like, what makes you unhappy, and things that are negative, your meditation will sour everything the Lord is seeking to encourage you with. Take care what you listen to inside.
Cease StrivingPastor Mike Corriero
God desires us to let go, put the entire matter in His hands and trust Him. When we lean on the Lord in our hearts, then the battle is the Lord's.
Return To HimPastor Mike Corriero
RevivalPastor Chip Adams-Compton
What is revival? How is it released in us and in the church? How does God respond to the cry born of brokenness? Let's look at the scriptures and find the keys to seeing an open heaven revival.
HopePastor Mike Corriero
Established In Your Faith, Part 2Pastor Mike Corriero
Established In Your Faith, Part 3Pastor Mike Corriero
Freedom Through PrayerPastor Mike Corriero
Love Surpasses KnowledgePastor Chip Adams-Compton
At Christmas time, Satanists in Michigan sue to set up a competing "nativity" display on the public green, which declared "The greatest gift is knowledge". How does the Baby Jesus in a manger compete with that message? We look at Eph 3:19 for the answer.