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Unified in Truth

Pastor Bryan Gantt begins a series of messages exploring the powerful doctrines found in the Apostles Creed. This promises to be not only a practical, but powerful, teaching series. While there is great diversity within the Body of Christ, we are united in a body of truth that the Apostle Paul calls the "traditions," and from which Paul warns us that we should not depart.  Enjoy "United in Truth". 

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An Other Spirit

Pastor Michael Gantt makes strong declarations in today's message - An Other Spirit.  Launching from Numbers 14 where God declared, "But my servant Caleb who has a different spirit I will bless. . . . "  In this hyper charged political climate, in a world that is disintegrating morally, in a hostile environment where Christianity comes under increasing pressure, we must be of a different spirit - and "other" spirit. This message will challenge you to rise up in with a victorious spirit in a day when many fear defeat. 

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Pastor Bryan Gantt presents a very practical exposition of the 12 Chapter of the Book of Romans. Paul begins by declaring, "I beseech you brethren, by the mercies of God that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable unto the Lord, which is your reasonable service of worship - and do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind...." Paul then proceeds to display the "marks" of one who has heeded the words of Paul. These issues to not "save," but they do reveal the heart of one who has truly been converted. Good words from Pastor Bryan. 

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Pastor Bryan Gantt brings an important teaching from the ancient Hebrew feasts. Teshuva, The Feast of Trumpets - was a time of calling the nation to repentance. If there was ever a time when the United States; the body of Christ and the Nation needs the hear and heed the call of God to repent, it is now. Good Word from Pastor Bryan. 

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Dead To Sin

Pastor Bryan brings a powerful message from the book of Romans, "Dead to Sin" The Apostle Paul urges us to reckon ourselves dead to sin and alive to God through Christ. Great Teachings!

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No Excuses

From Romans 1, Pastor Bryan brings a message which is both instructional and convicting which warns us that all men will stand before the Throne of God, with no excuse for not serving Him because the eternal Word of God declares that all men are "without excuse" as the glories of the Creator are clearly seen in all the things that He has made. 

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Preaching from the 8th Chapter of Nehemiah on the Anniversary of the attacks on America on September 11, 2001, Pastor Michael Gantt draws some strong parallels between Israel and the US and reveals important principles for healing after the chastening of God. 

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Pastor Michael Gantt addresses an important topic this morning. We've all heard the phrase, "We're All God's Children." But are we - all God's children.  With a careful exposition of the Scriptures, Pastor Michael settles that question -and it turns out that we are in fact NOT all God's children. However, there is good news! We can be blessed in the spirit of Adoption and by that adoption, become sons of God! An important teaching in a day when there is a lot of bad (and deadly) theology around. 

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Misquoted

Pastor Bryan Gantt tackles an oft mis-applied scripture with regard to the believer's authority in Christ. We do have authority in Christ, but we must be careful to exercise that authority within the confines of Scripture and proper application of the Scriptures. Find Matthew 18 in your Bible and follow along. . . . you will be blessed and empowered in this teaching. 

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Pastor Michael Gantt demonstrates from the life and ministry of the Prophet Elijah that God does not typically call the strong, or brilliant, or most eloquent. Usually, God calls the weak, the unexpected, the empty vessels (not full of themselves) to fill with His Spirit and turn on the enemy as a powerful weapon. 1 Kings 17 and James 5

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