Burn The Bridge

The phrase “burning bridges” is typically used in reference to relationships, and has been used historically in the context of military campaigns. In both instances, we use it to communicate that what was behind us cannot be revisited. While it can often seem divisive, when we burn bridges in our lives we do so to […]

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New Year, Same Roadblocks

It’s a brand new year with new opportunities to be better and do better by the grace of God. But oftentimes we can ourselves with the same roadblocks and obstacles in pursuit of a better year. In this message from Matthew 22, Pastor Ben teaches us on how we can approach this year with confidence.

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You Need A Revelation

Guest speaker Bishop Abel Palomo, Superintendent of the IPHC’s Mid-Atlantic Conference, teaches on the revelation of God in our lives, its effect on our identity, and the importance of growing in spiritual maturity.   This message is from December 29, 2019.

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Peace On Earth

Peace seems ever elusive, but the miracle of Christmas is that Christ came to bring a peace that the world doesn’t recognize nor is able to define. Jesus’ coming into the world not only restored relationship with God, but made the hope of an enduring peace with God and in life a reality. In this […]

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The Lazarus Series: Jesus

Lazarus is a well-known Biblical figure. Referred to by his sisters as ‘one whom Jesus loved’, through his life we see Jesus perform an incredible miracle. However, it’s in the lives of those around him that we have much to learn about God and our walk with Him. In Part 3 of this series, we […]

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The Lazarus Series: Mary

Lazarus is a well-known Biblical figure. Referred to by his sisters as ‘one whom Jesus loved’, through his life we see Jesus perform an incredible miracle. However, it’s in the lives of those around him that we have much to learn about God and our walk with Him. In Part 2 of this series, we […]

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The Lazarus Series: Martha

Lazarus is a well-known Biblical figure. Referred to by his sisters as ‘one whom Jesus loved’, through his life we see Jesus perform an incredible miracle. However, it’s in the lives of those around him that we have much to learn about God and our walk with Him. In part 1 of this series from […]

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Thankful for What It Isn’t

During Thanksgiving dinners, families often express thankfulness for the blessings in their lives. But if we considered thanking God for what we don’t have? In this message from Luke 17, we are learn about obedience and thankfulness.

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The Mystery of Grace

Throughout our lives, all kinds of strange mysteries and quirky legends develop. The lost city of Atlantis, UFOs, and Stonehenge, are on a list of odd occurrences that seem to defy description and explanation. Faith in Jesus includes its own mysteries. In Paul’s second letter to the church in Corinth, the apostle discusses how in […]

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Represent

We can get a sense of what something is in its entirety based on a small part of it. Employees represent companies to their customers. Children represent their parents and family to the world outside their home. Ambassadors represent their home countries to another nation. Representatives of all levels are the face of who or […]

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