How often in your life have you felt like giving up, but something wouldn't let you? We've all been there, but do you know why. What is it in us that prevents us from throwing in the towel? Pastor Christopher Wimberly tells us how conflict, discouragement, and reality play a part in our lives and why we are able to keep moving forward when facing challenges. As you listen to this message, reflect on those times when you tried to quit or give up, but couldn't and enjoy an "OMG" moment!
Marriage was consecrated by God. Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr. provides powerful practical biblical insight on how to develop a loving, intimate and satisfying marriage. This is a must have for every married couple.
Relationships can be fulfilling, but are they worth losing yourself in their pursuit? In this eye opening sermon, Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr. helps you to identify the actions that can cause you to lose yourself chasing a relationship. Ladies, if you are in a relationship or pursuing a relationship, this sermon will help keep you from losing yourself. Scripture Reference: 1Samuel 25
Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr. delivers a very timely theocratic posture about the repercussions of politics to a Christian nation in America. In this sermon, Pastor Smith illustrates God’s warning to a people in how God will give us what we ask for when we reject His ways for our own interests. In times of political strife and moral division, we must choose who will be our King no matter who takes office. Have you elected who will be King over your heart and house? #LiveBetter 1 Samuel 8:1-11
What do you do when you have to coexist in same country, but the law has caused people to become divided? In the book of Galatians, the disciple Peter and the apostle Paul find themselves on opposite sides of the law. In this very powerful message, Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr. relates Peter and Paul’s disagreement to our current society, the church, and the legalization of marriage that has been granted to the LGBTQ community by the Supreme Court of the United States. Pastor Smith reasons that instead of becoming worrisome with judging others— Christians are called to live amongst one another, love our neighbors and lift Jesus! Galatians 2:16