4. For the Nations

Acts 13:44-52

In our series "Pray First: A Call to Pray", we have addressed prayer as the most important exercise in the life of a Christian. It is our hope that you are encouraged to have a prayer life marked by consistency and passion.  We are to be passionate about praying daily, regularly, and consistently; praying for racial reconciliation and the sanctity of life.  Today, we want to address the topic "Pray First: for the Nations"...

3. Sanctity of Human Life

Psalm 139

Forty-four years ago, on January 22, 1973 the United Supreme Court handed down the decision legalizing abortion on demand. Since then more than 58 million unborn children have lost their lives. Each one of those abortions is a tragedy, not only because an innocent child was killed, but because of the lasting impact the abortion itself had on the mothers of those children. All human life–without exception–is sacred... 

2. Racial Reconciliation

Ephesians 2:11-16

Last week we began our Pray First series that showed us from Scripture how important it is in every situation to go to God in prayer first.  This week, our text is in Ephesians and Paul is speaking to the Jews and Gentiles about racial unity. Without Christ, there was great separation between them. But in Christ they are to be united by being reconciled to God and to each other...

1. Why Don't I?

TRUTHS THAT WILL ENCOURAGE 2017 TO BE A YEAR OF PRAYER INSTEAD OF A YEAR OF SHAME AND MISUNDERSTANDING ABOUT PRAYER. 

As we begin a new year, it is important that we as Christians have our priories straight. Everywhere we look we are encouraged to have New Year’s resolutions, but we must make sure that the goals that we set for 2017 align with what God would have of us...