This Week Summon
MOVING OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE
1 Chronicles 4:9-10

MOVING OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE

Intro: Everybody has a Comfort Zone.  There is a certain temperature at which we feel the most comfortable.  There is a way of life in which we feel at ease.  There is a crowd of people with whom we feel most comfortable.  When we are around the wrong crowd; in the wrong situation; in the wrong place; and doing the wrong things, we can feel very uncomfortable and out of place.    When we find ourselves outside of our “Comfort Zone”, we can become a little nervous. There is nothing wrong with this; it just proves that we are interested in being comfortable.  However, there is a sense when comfort can become a thing of concern.

      It is easy to reach a place as individuals where we become satisfied with the status quo.  We so structure our lives to the point that we can almost predict what will happen from one day to the next.  For many, this kind of stability provides a deep sense of security and well being, and there is not [...] Read More
MOVING OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE
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God’s Lost and Found Department
THE LOST SON
Intro: For the last three weeks, our attention has been focused on God’s Lost and Found Department. Verses 1-2 of this chapter [...] Read More
A Prayer that move God
 WELCOME
What a joy it is to introduce you to our church! You will discover that our passion is to provide a place where people just li [...] Read More
A New Year Resolution

HOW TO MAKE A FRESH START
Preparing for the New Year
Isaiah 43:18-19 (NCV)

How many of you here this morning, “ would like to have a [...] Read More

Bible Study
Let Your Light Shine
"I was sitting in the gloamin' and a man passed the window. He was a lamp­lighter. He pushed his pole into the lamp and lighted it. Then he went to another and another. Now I couldn't see him. But I knew where he was by the lights as they broke out down the street, until he had left a beautiful avenue of light."

"Now I couldn't see him." No, but his light could be seen. And that was the important thing. It was the lamplighter's business to light the lamps, not to make himself seen. What matters it, if people take little notice of you? The important thing is to make them take notice of your light. You do not need to seek to be seen of men, but you do need to shine that men may see. "Let your light so shine that men may see your good works"—not you.

"But I knew where he was by the lights as they broke out down the street." Can people tell where you are by the light you kindle [...] Read More