Guest speaker, Uriel Castrillion, director of the DR Mission, brings a powerful message on living victoriously in the Spirit.
Grace is at the foundation of the Christian life. Through grace we have justification, are made sons and daughters, and receive forgiveness. Understanding grace transforms the way we think about God, others and ourselves.
So many people are focused on their money; how much they have, how much they don’t have and how they are preparing for an uncertain future. In this message, David Zabawski serves as “God’s Financial Adviser” and walks us through 5 ways God tells us to use the money he has given us to further his kingdom.
In this special, stand-alone message, Chris Hopkins asks the question, “Am I who God created me to be?’ Often, we go through life by our agenda, making decisions based on our hopes, our dreams, and our future. God created us for His pleasure, so shouldn’t our identity be found in Him?
Everyone is always quick to say things like “don’t judge me” or “only God can judge me.” Does that hold up to what the Bible says? Are Christians EVER supposed to judge? How often are we quick to judge others, when we really need to judge ourselves?
Jesus told His disciples that He had to leave but that He would ask the Father and He would send the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is our promise; but who is He? What does He do? Perhaps more importantly, How do we interact with Him?
Jesus told us to Go into all the world and make disciples. What how do I do that? What do I say? Who needs to hear about Jesus? How do I tell them? These are questions we all ask every day. In this series, we’ll look at a practical approach to spreading the news.
Joe McGee is an author, Bible teacher and former school administrator, who shared his laugh-and-learn approach to family relationships with as as our special guest. As a husband of over 38 years and father of six children, Joe has invested the past 25 years in training people from all walks of life in family, marriage and parenting relationships.
He gave His life to free us from every kind of sin, to cleanse us and to make us His very own people, totally committed to doing good deeds. Titus 2:14 NLT Through this teaching you will understand the ripple effect of good deeds and learn to incorporate them into your daily routine.
At some point you’ve probably met or at least seen a three-legged dog–maybe you even had one. That dog was still a dog, it was probably loved and cared for…and it could still function and live a good life. One thing is true, to a dog that only has three legs, life is harder. Sure it can make do but who wants to make do? Often the local church functions like a three legged dog. Paul referred to the church as a body and every part has it’s place. In many churches today, parts are missing because people aren’t engaged in their role? Join us as we discuss the plight of the three-legged dog and ask, “is our church like a three-legged dog?”
Sometimes we go through rough times and bad situations. In those times, it’s easy to ask “why is God letting this happen to me?’ We must not lose heart; we mus persevere. God has promised that he will make all things work together for good for those who love Him and are called according to His purposes.
Naval Admiral William H. McRaven gave a compelling graduation speech at Texas A&M’s graduation this year. In this special multimedia sermon, John Zabawski takes a look at how we as Christians can take the key truths in this speech and apply them to our lives.
Solomon was the wisest man who ever lived. He had some great things to say about his mother and some great insight into what it takes to be a great woman.
As Reimage Church celebrates 34 years of ministry, we take a look at what the Bible has to say about being the church, both corporately and individually.
Each year Pastor John brings a special challenging message for all of the dads. This year, his message entitled “Men Behaving Godly,” he challenges us to put the past behind and begin living the lives God has called us to by leading and setting the example for all to see.
Reimage Church values racial and generational diversity. This requires and understanding of what the bible says about race, its origin and its significance to us today. In this sermon, Pastor John looks at these questions and provides us with answers that begin with God, who is the source of all truth, straight from his Word.
God called Joshua to lead the Israelites into the promised land. But Joshua didn’t feel up to the task–he was afraid. God told him to be strong and courageous, but he didn’t stop there. God told Joshua WHY he didn’t need to be afraid and HOW to not be afraid. In a special Family Sunday sermon, Chris Hopkins talks about how that same message applies to us today.
In life, there are many “seasons.” And with every season, there are two things one needs to know. And, if they are not known, life could be a struggle. There will be much frustration, much disappointment, and much discouragement. You may actually go backwards, not finishing the race.
Sometimes it’s good if things don’t add up. When God is in the equation, we can end up with way more than we expected. Learn what can happen in our lives when we shift our thinking and start to Multiply.
Jesus asked His disciples a simple question, “who do you say that I am”? This question is being asked to each and every one of us still today. The way we answer this question affects how we live our life. We will never have a true picture of our identity until we can correctly answer who Jesus is and who He says we are.
There is no comparison to the satisfaction of being in God’s presence. But how do we get there? How do we experience it? In this series we will look at worship and how we as Christians can experience God’s presence. What is Worship? How do you do it? Just a couple of the questions we will look at as a church longing for the presence of God in our lives.
In this special, stand-alone sermon, David Zabawski challenges us to take a look at communion as more that a ritual or part of liturgy and really experience the death of Christ.
When most people hear the word church, they think about brick buildings with stained glass and steeples–Or in our case a modern building with ample parking and air conditioning. The Church is not really a building but a people, and that often gets overlooked. In this series, we will look at the book of Acts, the first church, and see what lessons we can learn about the Church. It really is more than walls.
A special message targeted to mothers on Mother’s Day.
Life was good.
Before life was bad.
But a wise man promised.
Life will be good again.
After man sinned, God promised to send someone to crush the head of the devil. Jesus was that promise. He endured the crushing of his heel to give us life again.
Can you imagine working on a rescue boat, but not ever going out to make a rescue? Of course not! Each and every day, Christians live their lives surrounded by people far from Christ, yet make no effort to share their faith with them. In this series, we will ask the question, Who is on your Radar? We will also look at how we participate in the “rescues” that God wants to execute.
The Book of Ephesians was written to a new church planted in one of the most urban and idolatrous metropolitan areas of its day. This series of messages reveals the historical, cultural and spiritual context of a worldview as it is challenged to grasp a succession of truths about the mystery and plan of God through the revelation of Jesus Christ. Through these messages you will discover how today we should believe, think and ultimately live our Christian lives.
The Bible speaks to our lives today. It speaks of things that are real. Reality can be tough and often times we try to get around the challenges reality brings but God uses it to develop our character. Temptation, sin, prayer and people…the book of James covers them all.
It’s easy to get stuck on the day to day and forget about the command Jesus gave just before he returned to heaven: Go. He said go into all the world and preach the gospel. He said go to Judea, Samaria, and the rest of the world. We’ve simplified that for today…Here, Near, Far.
When you hear the word stained, the word clean only comes to mind preceded by the word NOT. How can something that is stained be clean? More importantly, how can something that stains, make something clean? Jesus died and shed blood to purchase our forgiveness. In this series, we will look at why blood is needed and how God can forgive us.
Everyone is searching for the good life. However, most people have a different idea of what the good life is. Jesus said he came that we could experience it, so we want to know what he says is the good life.
Everyone has heard the story about the princess who kissed a frog and turned him into a prince. It’s a great story. All of us are, by God’s definition a prince or princess and he has called us to find frogs, pucker up with a kiss and turn them into the princes that he designed them to be. This series is really about leadership, leading people to Christ and as God gifts us providing them the leadership they need to grow into their God-given potential.