The Church is not a building or an event. It is a community. It’s designed by God to bless us and give us support and fellowship. But it can be hard. The effort is worth it, yet the effects of not fostering community can be disastrous.
Does the DNA, the identity, the makeup Heritage Bible Church match the pages of Scripture? Are we a match to the Church Jesus founded? Please join Pastor Dustin Rogers today as we examine the DNA of Heritage Bible Church what it means to be sound in worship.
Does the DNA of your church match the pages of scripture. We continue our dive into scripture to understand the makeup and identity of an authentic church. A Gospel-centered church is another DNA trait, understanding that our faith in God’s redemptive plan is the central story of the bible and that we see that faith is the grid for how we live our lives upward, inward and outward.
Today we continue to put our church under the microscope of God’s word to see if our DNA is a match to the church Jesus founded and intended. In the book of Matthew we will find Jesus’ promise about His Church give rise to a command for His Church. This is a command that continues to be relevant to us today and one that must continue to shape who we are.
Your DNA explains who you are, how you are built, what makes you who you are. But what is the Church’s DNA and what is the recipe for what it is and how it’s built. Pastor Dustin kicks off a new series that explores this theme.
Please join Pastor Mark Blowers as he brings us God’s word from Genesis chapter 32.
God keeps his promises. Always. Pastor Mark Blowers takes us through the story of Abraham and Sarah to show us this truth but to also draw distinction between God and man. Even when we’re unsure, God is steady and keeps his promises. Always.
Please join Pastor Nick Orduna as he walks us through the Old Testament.
“Biblical faith is not a vague hope grounded in imaginary, wishful thinking. Instead, faith is a settled confidence that something in the future—something that is not yet seen but has been promised by God—will actually come to pass because God will bring it about. Thus biblical faith is not blind trust in the face of contrary evidence, not an unknowable “leap in the dark”; rather, biblical faith is a confident trust in the eternal God who is all-powerful, infinitely wise, eternally trustworthy—the God who has revealed himself in his word and in the person of Jesus Christ, whose promises have proven true from generation to generation, and who will “never leave nor forsake” his own.”
The Sermon on the Mount is justly deemed one of the greatest sermons ever given, if not the greatest of all time. This sermon is inspirational and gives us a world to aspire to. But there is more to it than that as it makes us think about why the world we live in is not the way it could be.
Do Christians struggle to celebrate spiritual wins? Have we earned the name the “frozen chosen”? Esther 9 shows us to not only celebrate birthdays, graduations and other life moments but to find joy to celebrate our spiritual successes.