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Lead Pastor
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Stone Moss

Welcome to our messages section, where you can find the passionate and energetic messages delivered by our lead pastor, Stone Moss. As the founder of our church, Pastor Moss has consistently provided our community with sermons that are not only enlightening but are also bursting with energy and fervor.

Featured Message

Healthy Habits Week 1

In today’s ever-evolving world, we often find ourselves caught up in the hustle and bustle of daily life, sometimes overlooking the importance of maintaining good health. But did you know that God desires for us to be healthy, not just spiritually, but also physically and mentally?

Most Recent Messages

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6/16/2024

5 Responsibilities Of A Father

In the sermon titled “5 Responsibilities of a Father,” the pastor emphasizes that as children of God, based on Romans 8:14, we recognize God as our ultimate father and progenitor. The first responsibility highlighted is that, as our progenitor, God sets the example from which we learn and grow. Additionally, the sermon underscores that fathers are to be peacekeepers in their families, mirroring God’s role in bringing peace and stability to our lives.

6/9/2024

Priorities Of Parenting

In the sermon “Priorities of Parenting,” the speaker emphasizes that if parents do not clearly define their priorities, the world will inevitably shape them. Drawing from Psalms 127, he highlights the importance of building a strong, faith-centered foundation for children. Step one is to love God, as prioritizing spiritual growth and godly values will guide children towards a fulfilling and purposeful life.

6/2/2024

The Breakdown of a Blessing

In “The Breakdown of a Blessing,” guest speaker Mike Santiago emphasizes the importance of initiating generational blessings, suggesting that it can start with each individual. He references 2 Timothy 5:27 to underline the necessity of ensuring our faith is carried forward to the next generation. Santiago encourages a spirit of faith that we need to pass down, ensuring the continuation of our beliefs and values.

5/26/2024

Anchored To Hope

In “Anchor to Hope” by Stone Moss, the sermon emphasizes the necessity of hope in facing the inevitable storms of life this year. Drawing from Hebrews chapter 6, Moss explains that hope acts as an anchor, securing us to God’s promises. He reminds us that if God removed the storms, our sense of deliverance and faith wouldn’t be as profound as experiencing His deliverance through them.

5/19/2024

What's Next for My Life

In his sermon “What’s Next in My Life,” Stone Moss reflects on Luke 18, where Jesus heals a blind man. Moss emphasizes that many of us already possess the resources we need to achieve what we lack. He challenges the congregation to consider what they are believing in God for and to shift their prayers from asking for help to asking for healing. By doing so, Moss encourages believers to trust in God’s power to fully restore them.

5/12/2024

The Bibical Solution To Stress

In “The Biblically Solution for Stress,” Stone Moss discusses stress management by noting that God never promised a life without stress, but He offers ways to handle it. Using Moses as an example, Moss highlights trust in God, prayer, community support, and proactive action as key strategies for effectively coping with stress.

5/5/2024

God Said What?

This sermon explores Jesus’ miracle of turning water into wine at a wedding, emphasizing that God cares about our daily inconveniences and invites us to trust Him even when His ways seem puzzling. Through this story, we learn that Jesus’ concern extends to all areas of our lives and that obedience to seemingly nonsensical requests can lead to miraculous outcomes. The sermon encourages drawing closer to God to gain clarity and witness His work in our lives.

4/28/2024

Made New

In the sermon “Made New,” Stone Moss discusses Luke Chapter 5, where Jesus heals a leper. He uses leprosy as a metaphor for sin, illustrating both as deep-seated issues that require divine intervention for cleansing and renewal. Moss emphasizes the transformative spiritual rebirth possible through Jesus’ healing.

Associate Pastor
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Kris Drew

Meet Pastor Kris Drew – a beacon of faith, wisdom, and spiritual insight. As the Associate Pastor, Kris has been an integral pillar of our community, offering guidance, support, and a fresh perspective on timeless teachings.

Featured Message

I Am More Than A Conqueror

We uncover the deep-seated strength and resilience woven into our very being. Drawing from sacred scriptures and life-affirming stories, this message is a powerful reminder of our innate capacity to rise above challenges and emerge triumphant.

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"Now to him who is able to do immeasurable more than all we ask or Imagine. According to his power that is at work within us." Ephesians 3:20

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