In this sermon series, we studied the three commitments every WCC member should make. 1) Celebrate God’s Son 2) Connect to God’s People and 3) Contribute to God’s Kingdom

iCommit to Contribute to God’s Kingdom

August 19, 2012 | Matthew 20:25-28 | generosity, three commitments

Pastor Gary Combs concludes the 4-part series “iCommit” with this message from Matthew 20. In the book of Matthew, the mother of James and John asked Jesus for seats of authority for her sons on either side of Jesus. Jesus told her and all the disciples that following Him was not a call to be great in the way the world sees things. He said that the greatness they were called to was called servanthood. He told them to follow His example of service by being willing to contribute all that they had in serving God.

iCommit to Connect to God’s People

August 12, 2012 | Romans 12:4-5 | community, three commitments

Pastor Gary Combs continues the “iCommit” series with this message from Romans. In the book of Romans the apostle Paul told the Roman Christians that even though they had followed Christ by an individual decision they must recognize that in following Him they had become one body, connected to other believers. When we follow Christ we make must make an individual decision to follow, but that leads to a corporate identity. We become the body of Christ connected to every other believer.

iCommit to Celebrate God’s Son

August 5, 2012 | Mark 12:30 | three commitments

Pastor Gary Combs continues the “iCommit” series with this message about the importance of making a simple commitment to worship God by giving Jesus first place in your life. This message is taken from Mark 12:30 where Jesus simplifies all of Scripture by teaching the great commandment to love God.

iCommit: Three Simple Commitments

July 29, 2012 | Matthew 4:19-20 | three commitments

Pastor Gary Combs begins a new 4-part sermon series entitled “iCommit.” This series begins from Christ’s call to his disciples in Matthew 4 to “come” and “follow.” In this culture of chaotic busyness, Christ’s simple call to follow him helps us focus on what really matters.