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July 31, 2011

Santos   Length: 57:29 (52.6 MB)

Santos ( sings Christian Doo Wop and shares his joyful music and positive redemptive message.

Matthew 26:36-46

July 24, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 29:56 (27.4 MB)

In the garden of Gethsemane, prayer came before action. Jesus prayed there before going to face His betrayer. Some trials and decisions must be faced alone, but in that loneliness, God is there. Pray persistently!

Matthew 26:31-35; 69-75

July 17, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 36:23 (33.3 MB)

We learn from Peter's denial of Christ that God restores, forgives and heals. Be careful to put no confidence in your own strength and look for opportunities to witness. Confess Jesus now!

Matthew 26:14-30

July 10, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 39:57 (36.6 MB)

In contrast to Mary, who wanted to be as close to Jesus as possible, Judas, who was with Jesus often, was far from Him in his heart. While Mary's gift of adoration cost her a year's wages, Judas sold out Jesus for a third of that.

Matthew 26:1-13

July 03, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 37:12 (34.1 MB)

Mary's gift of expensive perfume oil was extravagant by any measure and Jesus called it beautiful. How extravagant is our worship? Like Mary, we need to take time to sit at the feet of Jesus and offer all we have.

Zechariah 12:10

June 26, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 31:18 (28.7 MB)

Pastor Rich uses this passage as a prayer for our church that God would pour out His spirit upon us, a spirit of grace and supplication. It is only by His spirit that any good thing can happen.

Matthew 25:31-46

June 19, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 37:50 (34.7 MB)

We will all be separated as either sheep or goats. There will be no middle ground. Which we are will be evident by how we live and will determine where we spend eternity. Jesus demands His sheep to be personally involved in helping others.

Knowing God's Will

June 12, 2011

Justin Montoya   Length: 36:42 (33.6 MB)

Christians commonly question what God's will is for their lives. According to Romans 12:1 and 2, we must first consider what Christ has done for us, surrender our will to His, reject the wisdom of this world, and wash our minds anew in His word.

Matthew 24:45 - 25:30

June 05, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 42:47 (39.2 MB)

Jesus is going to return and we are called to be ready now. The first step is having a relationship with Him, but then we must also be ready to do what He asks. He calls us to do the most with what we have been given.

Matthew 24:1-44

May 29, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 40:52 (37.4 MB)

The main purpose behind eschatological prophesy is to keep us watching and waiting for Christ's return. No one knows that day or hour, but to be ready, we need to have a right relationship with Him as personal savior.

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