Making Me Knew
Our God is a creative God who aims His power of creation into the lives of His children to do more than we could ever imagine. In this series we will be exploring the wonder of the transformative work of redemption through Christ Jesus, as He makes us new
A New Spirit [Message 9 in our “Making Me New” series]
The Spirit of God, the Holy Spirit has been given so that we may live a victorious life, walking in the Spirit. We are not condemned a life as a slave to sin. Jesus has come to set us free, to grant victory and empower every believer to walk as a witness to the power of the cross, an example of the possibilities of grace. We have been given the Holy Spirit, but how do we receive it? How do we walk in the Spirit? We will dive into what it means to tarry, to wait with expectation on God.
Sermon Text: Romans 7:13 – 8:4, Acts 2
A New Heart of Love [Message 8 in our “Making Me New” series]
Happy Mother’s day. We get a glimpse of God’s love towards us in the love of a mother for her children. Love is not a thing in the Christian life, it is the main thing. It for the love of God we serve and obey. We best demonstrate the work of salvation when we walk out love towards others. With no respect or prejudice, but a heart felt desire to see those around us prosper in every aspect of their lives. Love always views others in the context of the possibilities of God’s work of grace.
Sermon Text: 1 Corinthians 13
A New Mind [Message 7 in our “Making Me New” series]
God has come to set your mind free. He desires that you break free from the model this world has pressed you into and liberate you to be the person He has created you to be. The way you think and your world view will impact how you respond to circumstances. By the renewing of our mind we can change the way we feel and break patterns of anger, depression, and criticism.
Sermon Text: Romans 12:16
A New Family [Message 6 in our “Making Me New” series]
The relationship we are brought into in the work of salvation is a work of adoption. Those traits and characteristics we inherited from our past no longer have a right to hold sway over you, if you are a child of God. We are given a new inheritance, a transformed genome. The work of the cross and the shedding of blood brings the Christian into a new blood line. Where we were born of flesh and with it came the curse of sin and death. The new birth is of spirit and with it we gain liberty and life.
Sermon Text: Romans 8:14-17
A New Potential [Message 5 in our “Making Me New” series]
Summary: Easter is our victory day. We celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ on this great day. He has one the victory and from that day to this, we are simply walking out the victory won that day. We are invited, called, and charged with the responsibility of walking out the victory in the power of His resurrection life.
Sermon Text: Philippians 3:7-11, John 17:3, Matthew 19:23-26, Hebrews 10:12
It Is Finished [A special message in line with our current series: “Making Me New” series]
And Jesus said, “It is finished.” What is finish? What is it that Has done on the cross 2,000 years ago? The guilt, power, and consequential separation of sin has been broken, destroyed, and dismantled. He has put to death the old so He can be making us new.
Sermon Text: John 19
A New Purpose [Message 4 in our “Making Me New” series]
Summary: God has called us to purpose and saved us with a design. Each of us has a role to play in bringing glory to the name Jesus. We look at Palm Sunday as it was foretold by the prophet and it is a shadow of a greater day yet to come.
Sermon Text: Luke 19:28-44, Zechariah 9:9, Revelation 7:9-10
A New Name [Message 3 in our “Making Me New” series]
Summary: We look at the different places in the Bible where God assigns men new names. From Abraham, a name of blessing, that special name that Jesus gives those who overcomes.
17 “He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To him who overcomes I will give some of the hidden manna to eat. And I will give him a white stone, and on the stone a new name written which no one knows except him who receives it.” Revelation 2:17 (NKJV)
Sermon Text: Genesis 17:1-22, Genesis 32:22-31, John 1:42, Matthew 16:18, Acts 13:9, Revelation 2:12-17
Encountering Jesus [Message 2 in our “Making Me New” series]
Summary: She thought it was just a chance encounter, a stranger sitting at a well, but little did she know that her life was about to forever be changed as she encountered Jesus and He spoke to her true need. It was chance encounter by her planning. It was a divine appoint in Jesus’ grand design.
Sermon Text: John 4:3-27
A New Experience [Message 1 in our “Making Me New” series]
Summary: For years this woman had lived with her affliction, knowing little more than disappointment hopelessness, until she heard of a man named Jesus. Though it was a risk, she was determined to touch Him, for she had exhausted any other hope. In a moment her life experience changed. She went from a world of living in the shadow of her affliction to a bright new future of wholeness, because she pressed in.
Sermon Text: Mark 5:25-34