Sunday Morning Service
Sunday Morning Service - Jan. 10th, 2021
LIVING A CROSS CENTERED LIFE— Today Pastor Gabriel Swaggart preaches from Romans 6:11, continuing his series on how the believer is to disengage from the nature of sin we are born with. Scripture tells us we are dead unto sin, but alive unto God through Jesus Christ. Pastor Gabe reminds the struggling believer to cry out to God, for the answer that we seek is found only in the Cross of Christ. If we look to Jesus for all our needs, the bondages will go. When we anchor our faith in the finished work of Christ, God’s grace will flow in our lives as the Holy Spirit will go to work on our behalf. As Christians, the divine nature takes over, and the sin nature is to be dormant. We are not to be ignorant of this truth, or in denial, or think we have a license to sin; we don’t. God doesn’t save us to leave us in sin, but to bring us out. Pastor Gabe warns us not to put our faith in our own efforts, this is misplaced faith that will not bring deliverance. It’s not our fight to win; it was finished at the Cross.
Up Next in 2021
Sunday Morning Service - Jan. 3rd, 2021
GOOD NEWS— Today Pastor Donnie Swaggart preaches from Mark 1:1, The beginning of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the son of God, the ministry of John the Baptist. We must proclaim the Gospel; Jesus is coming back. Brother Donnie reminds us that there is nothing greater. During the 400 years from...
Sunday Morning Service - Aug. 15th, 2021
HELPERS IN THE WAR— Are you a helper in God’s army or a spectator? Today Pastor Donnie Swaggart preaches from 1 Chronicles 12:1. He reminds us how all believers are important in this spiritual war to see souls that are bound by sin, saved. He says we must be active in the fight to take the gos...
Sunday Morning Service - Oct. 24th, 2021
PEACE WITH GOD, AND ONE ANOTHER— Teaching from the Queen of the Epistles, Pastor Gabriel Swaggart reads Ephesians 2:11-17; sharing how the Apostle Paul teaches from his heart how God changed his life. Paul reminds the Ephesians who they were before they came to know Jesus Christ. They had no hop...