Can Christians Lose their Salvation? Can Christians Lose their Salvation?
St. Arbucks – Evangelism, One Cup at a Time St. Arbucks – Evangelism, One Cup at a Time
BAND OF BROTHERS – The God of All Comfort; Hope Forged in the Crucible of Grace (2 Cor. 1:3-7) BAND OF BROTHERS – The God of All Comfort; Hope Forged in the Crucible of Grace (2 Cor. 1:3-7)
God’s Word… A Weapon of Mass Instruction God’s Word… A Weapon of Mass Instruction
Featured Event Welcome To The Cross

Welcome To The Cross

PLEASE JOIN US FOR WORSHIP AT THE CROSS THIS SUNDAY November 9th at 10AM. We will be looking at the last of the Thanksgiving themes entitled, “Always Thankful.” We will be studying the text of Colossians 3:15-17. Looking forward to worshiping with you. Pastor Steve (Hebrews 10:24-25)

Featured Hot Button Can Christians Lose their Salvation?

Can Christians Lose their Salvation?

If Christ won it you can never lose it! “Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?” -Romans 8:35

Featured Ministry St. Arbucks – Evangelism, One Cup at a Time

St. Arbucks – Evangelism, One Cup at a Time

Middle of the road is the easy place. It is the place of imagined contentment and prolonged consequence. It is the great-negotiated corridor that seeks to appeal to as many as possible, but seeks to define nothing. It is the great vacancy occupied in the land called “Between”. The gospel of Jesus calls us out of our comfort zone to live counter-cultural for Him!

Featured Sermon Jesus Is Coming! (Revelation 22:6-21)

Jesus Is Coming! (Revelation 22:6-21)

The great climax of this apocalyptic epistle of Revelation in the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ for His people. What a glorious and fitting conclusion to this book of worship, glory and sovereignty! (Revelation 22:6-21)

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Can Christians Lose their Salvation?

Can Christians Lose their Salvation?

If Christ won it you can never lose it! “Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?” -Romans 8:35

St. Arbucks – Evangelism, One Cup at a Time

St. Arbucks – Evangelism, One Cup at a Time

Middle of the road is the easy place. It is the place of imagined contentment and prolonged consequence. It is the great-negotiated corridor that seeks to appeal to as many as possible, but seeks to define nothing. It is the great vacancy occupied in the land called “Between”. The gospel of Jesus calls us out of our comfort zone to live counter-cultural for Him!

BAND OF BROTHERS – The God of All Comfort; Hope Forged in the Crucible of Grace (2 Cor. 1:3-7)

BAND OF BROTHERS – The God of All Comfort; Hope Forged in the Crucible of Grace (2 Cor. 1:3-7)

BAND OF BROTHERS TOMORROW MORNING NOV 15th, 8 am in THE LOFT! We will be looking at 2 Cor. 1:3-7 on the theme “The God of All Comfort – Hope Forged in the Crucible of Grace.” Looking forward to our fellowship together! Grace to you men. Hope to see you there!

God’s Word… A Weapon of Mass Instruction

God’s Word… A Weapon of Mass Instruction

Our only rule of faith and practice is God’s Word. Its authority knows no equal. May this article encourage you as to its sufficiency and supremacy. (Psalm 19:7-9)

EPISTLES STUDY NOVEMBER 13th: (1 Peter 1:17-25) “Endurance!”

EPISTLES STUDY NOVEMBER 13th: (1 Peter 1:17-25) “Endurance!”

EPISTLES STUDY. TOMORROW (Thursday) AT FLAMINGO’s Diner – 7am. We will be reading and discussing 1 Peter 1:17-25 on the theme: “Endurance!” Looking forward to a rich time of fellowship brothers!

Praise & Prayer Gathering Tonight November 5th at 7pm!

Praise & Prayer Gathering Tonight November 5th at 7pm!

TONIGHT, WEDNESDAY November 5th at 7pm! Praise and Prayer Gathering. Prayer, apart from salvation, is our most intimate and highest privilege in the Lord. It is where our will is conformed to God’s will. Where our desires are changed to delight in His desires for us (Psalm 37:4). So whether in the valley or on the mountain top, come join us tonight for a wonderful evening of trusting in Jesus!

Welcome To The Cross

Welcome To The Cross

PLEASE JOIN US FOR WORSHIP AT THE CROSS THIS SUNDAY November 9th at 10AM. We will be looking at the last of the Thanksgiving themes entitled, “Always Thankful.” We will be studying the text of Colossians 3:15-17. Looking forward to worshiping with you. Pastor Steve (Hebrews 10:24-25)