In the episode, Pastor Robin teaches how to disciple one another through major life moments. In Mark 1:14, Jesus talks about these "Kairos" moments where the Kingdom of God is breaking into our lives. Our response is to repent and believe. We encourage to get the full version of the sermon notes at www. pastorrobin.com
As Christians we are often unaware of our emotional well-being. We find ourselves denying, ignoring, or suppressing emotions that could possibly be God-given. In this message, Pastor Robin teaches on the importance of being emotionally mature and that leads to full healing from God.
We often receive presents that are complicated and difficult to figure out. They usually come with a manual and quick start guide. Luke ch. 3 gives us a quick start guide to the Gift of Forgiveness in Jesus. This message describes the 2 most important things to start with in Christianity.
Pastor Robin teaches the final part of our series "Won't You Be My Neighbor". This one focuses on the Art of Focusing on people of peace and the Art of Forgiving those who have done you wrong. Matthew 18. Full Sermon notes available at www.pastorrobin.com
Jeremy Foster teaches a great message in our "Won't You Be My Neighbor" sermon series. Before you can love your neighbor 'as you love yourself', you have to love yourself. In this message you will find the most important ingredient to loving yourself. Jeremy will have you laughing and crying as you find the Good News of Jesus.
Pastor Robin shares 3 important parts of following Jesus' commandment to "love your neighbor as you love yourself." You will laugh and learn through this teaching based on Matthew 22 and Luke 5. Get sermon notes at www.pastorrobin.com
Pastor Robin continues the "Won't You Be My Neighbor" series and deals with the Fear Factor this week. There are many reasons to be afraid of your neighbor. Scripture gives us solid reasons to be confident. This message will encourage you in the God-given role and commandment to love your neighbor as yourself.
Pastor Robin kicks off a new series about Jesus' commandment in Matthew 22. Love your neighbor as yourself. Who is your neighbor? Do we know our neighbors? This message will challenge and enlighten you. It gives you a picture of how you are matching up to this foundational part of Christianity.