Jon Riley preaches from Numbers, looking at the account of Joshua and Caleb. He talks about our identity as royalty being sons and daughters of the King of Kings, and how it is the glory of kings (us) to seek out the things of God. It is in seeking God diligently, passionately, that we fulfill our identity as royalty.
Pastor Jon Riley, fresh off the plane back from Uganda, preaches on pursuing God's presence through creating an atmosphere that invites the Holy Spirit. This idea is at the core of our church's mission statement, to provide a loving atmosphere where people and cities are transformed by the presence of God.
This week, pastor Michael Riley continues our series in Acts. Preaching from chapter 13, when Paul speaks to Jews in Pisidian Antioch about the history of Israel's relationship to God. Pastor Riley goes on to challenge us on ours; do we have a heart after God's? Are we willing to do whatever God wants us to do?
Pastor Jon Riley preaches from Acts chapter 12, where Peter is miraculously rescued from prison because of the prayer of the church. Jon Challenges us to examine our attitudes towards prayer; do we sincerely believe that God answers prayer? And we willing to press into prayer even when we're faced with disappointment?
This week's sermon from Jon Riley covers Peter's vision in Acts chapter 10, when God tells Peter to not call unclean what God has made clean. This prepares Peter to witness to Cornelius, a Roman centurion seeking Christ. We are challenged to consider who do we consider unclean; who are we offended at the thought of connecting with?