Sermons & Podcasts
“What would you do?”
What would you do if you really believed God was with you? If you believed God was with you when everything is going wrong, what would you do then? What about when everything is going well? Would you steward your success well? Or what if you really believed God was with you when you had a chance to get back at someone who did you wrong? Would you make the right choice?
We want to take a look at the life of Joseph and recognize what HE did. The life of Joseph is full of trials and successes that we have the opportunity of learning from. And for the next 3 weeks, we want to take advantage of the lessons learned by Joseph in hopes that through him, we will become certain of what we are to do.
Join us at Wilderness Church for this series “What would you do?”
If you don’t remove the roots, it will only grow back.
It is a prison that sustains our hurt, anger, and bitterness— a heavy anchor that keeps us down. It is a spreading poison that keeps us firmly rooted in our selfishness. And it manifests itself in ways we might not be aware of. The weight of wanting to look good, feel good, be right, and be in control are all consuming issues that keep us from true liberation through Christ. And the truth is, we are all guilty.
With pride being one of our greatest enemies, what is our battle plan to defeat it? How can acts of humility rip up the roots that connect us to so many other problems? And when will you begin to remove the roots that pride has created in your own life?
When it all hits the fan, how are we suppose to manage our lives then? How can we still have faith in God as our dreams splatter in our face?
Based on biblical principles and solid wisdom, we will go deeper into realistic ways to recover from the mess. Join us for the next several weeks as we unpack real life situations and discover how God can make all things beautiful again.
“When !t Hits the fan.”
The Tale of a …..
* former shepherd boy * anointed leader * killer of lions, bears, giants and armies * trusted friend * passionate lover * poet, musician and songwriter * adulterer, liar and murderer * legendary warrior * competent, creative and surprisingly humble * man after God’s own heart *
…..that became The KING
Spiritual disciplines are practices found in Scripture that promote spiritual growth among believers. They are habits of devotion, habits of experiential Christianity that have been practiced by God’s people since biblical times.
We want to take a look at how we are spending our time and money and why it’s important to be intentional with both.
Have you ever doubted the existence of God? Do you resist the idea of a creator? The truth is, many people wrestle with the reality of who God is. Maybe you use to believe, made you want to believe, but right now you can’t.
For the next six weeks, we are presenting a sermon series that has been designed to push into our unbelief to seek what is true. We will try to understand why God is not intimidated by our doubts and questions and how knowing this is an important step into bold faith.
We all have a Story. Our own personal adventure. The sum total of all of our experiences; highs and lows, ups and downs, victories and failures. Some people tell their stories with pride; glorious tales of pulling themselves up by their own boot straps. Others rarely mention their stories; and when they do, they are whispered with murmurs of defeat and shame.
We don’t know your story. But God does. Our prayer is that you will be encouraged to trade your story to be apart of God’s Story.