In Isaiah 6: 1-8, we encounter the holiness of God through the vision of Isaiah the prophet. We see that God is Holy, Holy, Holy, and in His presence, man is utterly unholy. But God, who is a sovereign and gracious Lord, has mercy on the sinner and revives the spirit that is lowly and contrite. He cleanses the iniquity of Isaiah, equips and calls him into the work of the ministry.
Join us for a study over Abraham’s life with Steve Wilmot from our Midweek Service at Harvest Fellowship.
At the beginning of the nation of Israel’s Worship Hymnal was a wisdom Psalm. Its purpose was designed to lay the foundation for protecting the nations worship from ungodly influences in order to keep it pure, holy and acceptable to the Lord. Please join us for our study in Psalm 1 as we look at The Way Of The Righteous.
Join us for a study in Psalm 77 from Pastor Matt Hawkins from our Midweek Service at Harvest Fellowship.
Join us as we welcomed Mike Keator to share with us about evangelism, how God is moving in his life, and what ministry at RUN Global looks like. To learn more about RUN Global and their mission to spread the word in Nepal & Indiana, please visit runglobal.org
We live in a culture that is dominated by the promotion of self. In fact, if we are not careful, we can find ourselves worshipping at the altar of ‘self’. This is far from what the LORD has intended for His followers. Let’s take a look at the life of Abraham and see what we can glean from the heart of a true worshipper.
Join us as we hear from Pastor Tom DeSomer out of Mark 14:32-42 from our Midweek Service at Harvest.
The shortest chapter in the Bible provides the reason why all nations and people should praise the Lord. Join us as Brian DeCook shares with us out of Psalm 117.
Romans 4 tells us that we are righteous because of our faith in Jesus. The Hebrew roots movement attempts to deceive the believer and convince them that you need to live the Old Testament law out to be saved. Join us as Pastor Paul Mowery interviews Banner Kidd and we learn more about this legalistic movement, how God is working in Banner’s life, and how the believer can live a life with their hope in the finished work of Christ.
Scripture tells us that the Lord will not break a bruised reed or snuff out a smoldering wick. In Luke 7:36-50, we discover that Christ is filled with compassion and love for the sinner who comes to Him with a broken and contrite heart. We also see that Jesus is willing to reach out and break through to those of us who still wrestle with a condemnatory spirit.