SERMONS AND TEACHINGS FROM PASTOR JEFF PERRY.
Key Bible verse: Deuteronomy 30:15-20
God has given every human being the freedom to choose–between life and death, between blessings and curses. He promises that blessing will result when we choose life and hold fast to Him. The promise is His. The decision is yours.
Key Bible verses: 1 Corinthians 15:12-19; Acts 17:22 Here's a compelling Easter message that addresses the reality of Christ's resurrection and sends forth a call to embrace its power to save.
Key Bible verses: Joshua 14
Here's a clear, resounding call to believe God's Word and stand firm in your conviction that He will bring to pass what He has promised.
Key Bible verse: 2 Peter 1:1-4
In Jesus Christ, God has given us promises to live by and to stand on. Whatever your situation, there is a promise to meet every need. The promises of God are absolutely true and the Promisor is absolutely faithful.
Key Bible verses: Proverbs 29:18; Jeremiah 29:11
God has a plan. You've heard it before, but do you believe it? Do you believe that God can take your ordinary life and use it to accomplish His Kingdom purposes? In this message, Pastor Jeff opens up the Scriptures to show how God dearly values each person and how He has set forth a plan for every life here on earth–including yours.
Key Bible Verses: Jeremiah 29:11; Proverbs 29:18; Joshua 1:1-8 The Bible says God has a plan for you for a future and a hope. Here are seven powerful points to build your courage, fortify your hope, strengthen your faith and help you to obtain the promises of God and step boldly into your future.
Key Bible verses: John 15:11; Revelation 2:3-5
Pastor Jeff reminds us of the Scriptures' call to a life of devotion to the Lord and underscores the value of turning away from cell phones, TVs, and the demands of life and stepping into the renewing, refreshing presence of God. Spending time with Jesus each morning invites His grace and presence the whole day through.
Key Bible verse: 1 Samuel 30:1-20
In this encouraging message, Pastor Jeff takes a close look at an episode in the life of King David when his most precious treasures were stolen from him. Here we see how living a life of faith, trusting completely in the Lord in the midst of difficult trials, pleases God and releases His strength and His faithful intervention in our lives and circumstances.
Key Bible verses: Hebrews 12
Just like physical exercise benefits our bodies, the Word of God sets forth spiritual activities that bring eternal benefit–to us and to those around us. Learn how to get a spiritual workout and trust God to show up with power in the great and small circumstances of our lives.
Key Bible verses: Proverbs 4:23, 21:2; Luke 12:34
Just as our physical heart is critical to our physical health, so our spiritual heart is vital to our well-being and fruitfulness in Christ. Both hearts must be taken care of. Tending to our spiritual heart will not only have an eternal impact, it will also increase our sensitivity to God and help us to reach others with His Gospel.
Key Bible verses: Ephesians 6:10-14; Exodus 15:2 This is a spiritual work-out tape that shows how worn-out devotion to God can be renewed and inner strength restored. Here are biblical exercises to grow stronger in the Lord and develop spiritual muscle for living an extraordinary, supernatural life in this fractured, fallen world.
Key Bible verses: 1 Samuel 30:8; Judges 6:2-6; Psalm 107:17
Don't underestimate the power of crying out to the Lord. Whatever has brought you low right now–depression, sickness, financial difficulties–God can lift you up and bring you out. Hear how David, Gideon, and the Apostle Paul trusted in the faithfulness of God to rescue them from distress and despair. Draw near, and be reminded of where your help comes from.
Key Bible verses: Psalm 119:59; Luke 6 Here's a Scripture-packed exhortation to consider our ways and be watchful concerning the direction of our lives. Pastor Jeff Perry highlights biblical attitudes that are essential to being an authentic Christian, and he calls us to right thinking, frequent mid-course corrections, and hearts that are responsive to God and faithful to His ways.
Key Bible verse: James 4:8 Here's a stirring call to come closer to the heart of God. You are not meant to follow Jesus from a distance, but to stay close and draw on His power and His love. Make time in your life to spend time with Him.