Sometimes, what we consider our everyday reality and even sense of self and identity can feel very faraway from what and who the Bible says we are. In this sermon, our Brother Kudzo Seneadza, encourages us to pursue the truth of our new identity in Christ, until it becomes our tangible, everyday reality. We hope it encourages you.
If anyone is going to find out who they truly are, and what they’re here for, they’ll have to ask God. In this sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah introduces us to the powerful truths in the opening verses of Ephesians, and encourages us to explore and embraces who God says we truly are. We hope this sermon blesses you.
Every Christian, not just the evangelist, is called to bear witness of Christ. Why are so many failing at it? In this short sermon, Brother Pakwo Shum shows us how to get equipped for effective witness, focusing on the fruit of the Spirit. May the Lord bless, equip and use to reach the lost, as you listen to this sermon.
In this sermon, Brother Mensah Seneadza, point us to the courage and humility with which Christ faced His imminent death, as proof that He truly is the promised Saviour and King. And when we get to understand the enormity of His sacrifice and the depth of His love, it becomes easier to fulfil our God-given assignments and purposes here on earth.
Giving or Generosity is probably one of the most abused topics in Church but the Bible clearly speaks for itself, and offers the Christian guidance on the proper way to be generous. In this short sermon, preached over Zoom, Pastor Jeff Korum shares some insights with us. We hope it blesses you.
God, our Daddy, is responsible for His children’s welfare. So why do we worry when difficult times come? Why do we, like the disciples, sometimes question if God even cares about us? In this short sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah points us to how we can walk in assurance, even in difficult times. May God bless you.
There are three gifts all mankind receives from God- Time, Talent, and Treasure. In this short sermon, Ken Krieger encourages us to identify, grow and use our gifts in the service of the One who called and equipped us to be relevant in our generation. We hope this sermon blesses you.