2/29/2020 - Take A Flying Leap!
On "Leap Day", Pastor Heath shows three interesting stories from the Bible that use the word "leap".
2/26/2020 - The Way - Part 3
Pastor Heath takes a look at a familiar parable, but from a unique perspective. He looks at the Parable of the Good Samaritan, this time focusing on what we can learn from the point of view of the innkeeper.
2/22/2020 - The Way - Part 2
In Part 2 of his series entitled "The Way", Pastor Heath takes a look at Galatians 4, comparing two different "ways" of living. One is the ordinary way, one is the supernatural way.
2/19/2020 - The Way - Part 1
Pastor Heath kicks off a new series entitled "The Way", which will discuss how the Kingdom of God is God's "way" of doing things. In this first message, he looks closely at something Jesus shared with His disciples: the concept that He is THE way, THE truth, and THE life.
2/15/2020 - Love Grows Up!
On the weekend of Valentine's Day, Pastor Heath takes an in-depth look at 1 Corinthians 13, often referred to as "the love chapter".
2/12/2020 - The Test - Part 3
Pastor Heath shares one of the most important reasons that God allows us as Kingdom citizens to go through tests. He shares the stories of two significant people in the Bible who took tests. One failed his test, the other passed His test.
2/8/2020 - The Faithy Awards
On the weekend of the Oscars, Pastor Heath takes a fun and unique look at Hebrews 11, which is often referred to as "The Faith Hall of Fame." What does God's Word have to say about some of the most significant characters of Old Testament history? The answer might surprise you.
2/5/2020 - The Test - Part 2
Continuing where he left off the previous Wednesday, Pastor Heath talks about why God allows us to go through tests in life. Part of the reason is to test our ability to facilitate the increase of His Kingdom!
2/1/2020 - Teamwork Makes the Kingdom Work!
On Super Bowl weekend, Pastor Heath talks about the Scriptural purpose of unity, using some football analogies. Just as all players on a football team have a purpose, we all have a purpose in the Body of Christ, and that purpose is to DO something productive for the Kingdom of God.