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Ignite – A People Called by His Name

September 15, 2013 | Ephesians 3:14-4:4 | community, revival

Jonathan Combs concludes our Ignite sermon series by helping us see what it means to be a people called by God’s name. What does it truly look like when a people God submit themselves to daily Bible reading, prayer, and repentance? What does it look like to be a people Ignited by God’s fire?

Ignite – Fanning the Flame with Prayer

September 8, 2013 | Luke 11:1-4 | prayer, revival

Mike Laramee continued our Ignite sermon series by talking about Prayer. Repentance sets the spark of the fire, the Word is the fuel of the fire, and we fan it into a flame by praying. In this sermon, Mike helps us understand how to pray like Jesus prayed using Jesus’ model prayer – also known as the Lord’s Prayer.

Ignite – Fueling the Fire with the Word

September 1, 2013 | Hebrews 4:12-13 | bible, revival

Jonathan Minter continued our Ignite sermon series by helping us see how the Word of God fuels the fire of revival. Whether you have been a Christ-follower for a long time, are a new believer, or are yet to fully surrender your life to Christ, the Bible is what is next for you.

Ignite – Setting the Spark for Revival Through Repentance

August 25, 2013 | Mark 1:14-15 | revival

Jonathan Combs continued our Ignite sermon series by helping us understand the blessing of repentance – that when we receive the Kingdom of God through Jesus Christ, we can repent and believe the Good News that God will not count our sins against us.

Ignite – Preparing for Revival

August 18, 2013 | 2 Chronicles 7:1-3, 10-18 | revival

Jonathan Combs kicked off our Ignite sermon series by helping us see 3 foundational actions that prepare us for revival from 2 Chronicles 7. Do you want God to restore your relationship with him, reviving what is dead inside you?

Wishing for a “do-over?”

May 10, 2013 | calling, do over, fresh start, Jonah, repentance, revival

“Then the word of the Lord came to Jonah the second time” (Jonah 3:1 ESV). Don’t you wish life came with a “do-over” button? You know, so that after you really mess up, blow it, miss an opportunity, or take the wrong path… you could just press the button. And “presto!” You get a fresh