In this message, Pastor Duane wraps up the Redemption Realities series with a focus on the life saving blood of Jesus Christ. Find out why the Bible says it is so important to have faith in His blood.
Pastor Duane continues with Redemption Realities and asks us the question: Do you have enough Gospel in you to get charged with intent to distribute? As an ambassador of the Kingdom of God, you are called to share the Gospel that is in you!
Pastor Duane continues his series with Part 6 of Redemption Realities. God gives us over 3,000 promises in the Bible, and 2 Corinthians 1:20 says that all of the promises in God are “Yes” and “Amen”. Watch this program to find out what is available to you in Christ!
The Bible says that there are a lot of good things in you when you are in Christ. In fact, there are over 130 verses in the Bible that talk about who you are in Christ and what belongs to you in Christ. On this program, Pastor Duane teaches what it is that God did for you in Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection.
Did you know that there are over 130 verses in the Bible that talk about who you are in Christ? These verses can help you as you face the difficulties of life because you can not believe God for what you do not know or understand. Find out more by watching this fourth message in the Redemption Realities series.
In this third message of the Redemption Realities series, Pastor Daniel Vander Klok speaks about the importance of acknowledging every good thing that’s in us in Christ. We are told in the book of Philemon that when we do this, our faith is energized and becomes more powerful.
In this message from the ‘Redemption Realities’ series Pastor Duane will be talking about who you are in Christ and what belongs to you in Christ. The Bible says that when you become a Christian you are a new creation, that the old things have passed away. But what does that mean exactly? Find out in this message.
What does it mean to be a Christian? In this new series, Pastor Duane will be showing us from the Bible what it means to be redeemed and what the death and resurrection of Jesus means to you and me.