Join us for encouragement from God’s Word at 10:30 am via Facebook live (it will be on our be available on the CCAG Facebook page click on the icon below). We’re currently studying the Gospel of John. This gospel is unique amongst the four gospels, focusing more on “who” Jesus is than “what he did and said”.
Ask people around in today’s world the question “Who is Jesus?” and you’ll get a variety of answers. This is really no different from when Jesus asked the question of His disciples. It is however a critical one to answer. In this message from April 8th we delve into this Bottom Line Belief.
So which day was more important? Friday or Sunday? Where would we be if there was no Good Friday? Where would we be if there was no Resurrection Sunday?
On the first Palm Sunday the crowds welcomed a king! But for many it was a case of mistaken identity, because the king they recognized wasn’t the king that rode into town on the back of a donkey colt.
In today’s message we continue our Bottom Line Beliefs series by looking what allows us to be saved. Our salvation is by grace alone, no amount of effort on our part no , matter how well-intended it may be can bring salvation.
We all face the prospect of aging, no one lives forever (at least here on earth). In this message we look at what we need to do to both start and finish well.
This is the first in a series of messages titled Bottom Line Beliefs in which we will be looking at the “non-negotiables” in terms of our Christian faith. We’ll be visiting this series once or twice each month on either the first or second Sunday. Today’s message delves into the Bottom Line Belief that Jesus is the only way to the Father. It is an exclusive claim, but not in a “you can’t get in ” way but rather in a “this is truth” way. Everyone needs salvation through Jesus Christ, it is the most inclusive message of all!
Finding purpose can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Fortunately, God has provided us with some tools to help us find His will. In this message we look at several practical ways we can do just that.
Sometimes finding God’s specific purpose (will) for our lives can seem as confusing or daunting as figuring out which star is the “second star from the right” in a clear night sky. We need a starting point , the place to use as reference for our journey. It begins with knowing why God created mankind to begin with.