How would you do when faced with the choice of keeping your faith or your life? That question seems so far from our daily lives, but perhaps the principles are the same. I’m excited to have a good friend of mine (and great preacher!), Monty Scott, bring us Part 2 of our 4 part series “Faith Under Fire” based on the book of Daniel. Here, we turn our attention to one of the best known stories of the Old Testament, a true test of faith under fire.
How does your faith hold up when it is tested, prodded, even ridiculed? Is your commitment noticeable to those around you? Does it make a difference in your everyday life?
As we begin a new four-part series @ KGF entitled "Faith Under Fire", we turn our attention to lessons learned from the life of Daniel, a young man exiled in a foreign country, but who refused to let his faith grow silent in the midst of the fire!
“He is not here. . . He Is Risen!”
Those words change everything, the way we live life and face death. Easter is the culmination of God’s plan of salvation, walked out in Jesus, that you and I could come home to our Heavenly Father.
“Resurrection means the worst thing is never the last thing.” Frederick Buechner
“Death is swallowed up in victory. O death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting? Thank God! He gives us victory over sin and death through our Lord Jesus Christ.” 1 Corinthians 15:54-57
We can't celebrate the joy of resurrection Sunday until we walk through the darkness of Good Friday. This service of shadows shows the cosmic collision of light & darkness on that first Good Friday.
Here's the deal. Jesus will be worshipped, whether we join in or not! That's the message of Palm Sunday, this amazing little verse in Luke 19:40 “If they kept quiet, the stones along the road would burst into cheers!” Do you get that? He will be praised, whether we're part of the chorus or not. Wow, goose bumps! Let's begin the journey to the cross on this Palm Sunday.
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I am so excited for what the Lord has in store for us as we wrap up our five week series “Fan or Follower”. 1 John has been our foundation for this series, and we conclude with these beautiful verses of eternal life. This life is found in one person alone, and His name is Jesus! As you can see, there are several practical next steps that will help move us from Fan to Follower! May the Spirit of God presence Himself among us in a powerful way!
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Pastor Jinger brings a powerful message to us on the importance of knowing the real thing from counterfeit. . . From 1 John 4:1-6. Part 4 of our 5 part series Fan or Follower
As we continue our five part series on 1 John, we turn our attention to the issue of "love". John says as a follower of Jesus, love should always be our calling card. And the good news is the first thing you think of when you think of Christians is love, right?
How do we live in the world but not allow ourselves to fall in love with the world, at the expense of our love for God? As we continue our five week series walking through the book of 1 John, Pastor Mike turns our attention to the danger of living in two worlds. In the end, the issue is whether we will come to Jesus as Savior (Fan) or Lord (Follower).
Are you a Fan of Jesus or a Follower of Jesus? That is the overarching question that will be anchoring us as we walk through the book of 1 John. These five chapters are packed full of descriptions of what it means to be a Follower, as opposed to a Fan. In this, part 1, pastor Mike opens the conversation by looking at the difference between the two, and the clear call to follow!
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Freshly back from Ecuador, Pastor Mike shares why it really makes a difference when you sponsor a child. We are blessed to be a blessing, and Compassion is such a tangible way to do just that!
If you didn't have the chance to sponsor a child this weekend, you can do so February 26th at KGF, and online at compassion.ca
It has been recognized that the longest distance in the world is from the head to the heart and the second longest distance is from the heart to the hands. In this message, Wayne Laurie reminds us that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is meant to be walked out in our day to day lives. As a disciple, Jesus wants you to know him (Head), for you to love him and feel known by him (Heart), and to be his Hands in this world.
Pastor Mike and Dr. Chamberlain address several more questions you have submitted, including the idea that the God of the Old Testament is morally corrupt, how we know there is life beyond death, and whether faith is just a crutch for weak people.