Sep 26, 2020
The Road to Renewal: Restoring the Foundations
In this last installment of four sermons in this series entitled, 'The Road to Renewal," we learn that in order to experience the restoration of the spiritual foundations of our lives, our homes, our churches and our communities, we need to 1) restore the centrality of the Word of God in our lives, 2) get real with ourselves, God and others, and, 3) make and keep commitments.
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  • Sep 26, 2020The Road to Renewal: Restoring the Foundations
    Sep 26, 2020
    The Road to Renewal: Restoring the Foundations
    In this last installment of four sermons in this series entitled, 'The Road to Renewal," we learn that in order to experience the restoration of the spiritual foundations of our lives, our homes, our churches and our communities, we need to 1) restore the centrality of the Word of God in our lives, 2) get real with ourselves, God and others, and, 3) make and keep commitments.
  • Sep 20, 2020The Road To Renewal: Resisting the Opposition
    Sep 20, 2020
    The Road To Renewal: Resisting the Opposition
    When faced with opposition Nehemiah did three things; he prayed, he remembered the source of his vision, and he revised his plan.
  • Sep 13, 2020The Road to Renewal: Engaging the Task
    Sep 13, 2020
    The Road to Renewal: Engaging the Task
    In this second installment in the study of Nehemiah, "The Road to Renewal," we learn that although renewal is initiated by God, it is facilitated by our obedience. When we embrace the vision, we will be assigned a task. In other words, we’ve got work to do. It's time to rise up and build.
  • Sep 6, 2020The Road to Renewal: Embracing the Vision
    Sep 6, 2020
    The Road to Renewal: Embracing the Vision
    This is the first installment of a four-part series where we examine the life of Nehemiah. In this series we will discover what it means to embrace the vision, engage the process, resist the opposition, and restore the foundations. During this disorienting season of COVID-19, we want to begin to set the stage for renewal and restoration, and with God's help to envision a path forward.