Loving Our Jerusalem

In Acts 2:42, Jesus told his disciples that they would be his witnesses in "Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." He said this because they were in Jerusalem. We live in Wilson. Also, in Jeremiah 29:4-7, the prophet God told the Israelites to seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you." In this sermon series, we are learning how to share our love in the city God has sent us to.

The Truth About Witnessing

February 24, 2013 | Acts 1:6-11 | evangelism

Pastor Gary Combs continued his sermon series entitled “Loving Our Jerusalem” with this message addressing six lies that believers have about witnessing that they can overcome with the truth of God’s Word. In this message from the book of Acts we can learn how to truly be the witnesses that Christ commands.

Why Love Wilson?

February 17, 2013 | Acts 2:42; Jeremiah 29:4-7 | evangelism

Pastor Gary Combs begins a new 6-week sermon series entitled “Loving Our Jerusalem” with this message from Jeremiah 29 about why we should begin by loving and being a witness in the place we are now. This is a challenge from God’s Word to be witnesses in the very place you live/work/go to school now.

Healthy for Life

In Luke 2:52, the Bible tells us that Jesus grew in wisdom, stature, favor with God, and favor with man. Do you want to grow more like Jesus? This sermon series will help us evaluate how we are doing in our discipleship - or how we are doing in our journey of becoming more like Jesus.

Growing in Belonging

February 10, 2013 | Romans 12:3-13 | discipleship

Pastor Gary Combs concluded the sermon series “Healthy for Life” with this message from Romans 12 on how we can grow in our sense of Christian belonging.

Growing in Becoming

February 3, 2013 | Colossians 3:1-14 | discipleship

Pastor Gary Combs continues the “Healthy for Life” sermon series with this message from Colossians about how we can grow in our becoming more like Jesus. In other words, how we can cooperate with God’s work in us conforming us to the character and image of Christ.