Ever get to the last remnants of your peanut butter jar and wonder if you should scrape out the last of it or just start over with a new one? Join Rachel, and her daughter, Viviana, as they share a creative way to utilize those last few spoonfuls by making a flavorful Pad Thai sauce.
For this last teaching in our series, on the Fruit of the Spirit, John Graham speaks on the topic of self-control. He brings to light that “self-control,” is the outcome of yielding to the Holy Spirit, and it is not something we can do in our own flesh.
In the eighth week of our series on the “Fruit of the Spirit,” we are on the topic of, “Gentleness.” Join John Graham, as he teaches on the concept that gentleness is a conscious choice for us to make, and how Jesus teaches us how to be gentle through His actions to the least of these, and those lost in sin, but how He is straightforward addressing the religious leaders, and the proud!
Join us in worship today, as Galen brings the song “Cornerstone!” We pray that this time is refreshing and a reminder that we can always rely upon the strength of our Savior, who is Lord of all!
Ever wonder what to do with leftover fries or delicious, cheesy mac and cheese? Wonder no longer, as we join Dr. Deborah in her kitchen, while she prepares hearty breakfast bowls, served with warm, buttery grits!
Join John Graham as he teaches on how “Gentleness,” is a conscious choice, and how walking in gentleness requires receiving the fullness of the Holy Spirit, then living and walking in the Spirit, and not in the flesh!
This week starts off with Graham sharing on faithfulness, discussing how we can come to the Lord with our “I will!”
In this worship song, we sing that the Lord God is our “Firm Foundation,” on which we can reply! He always remains faithful, despite our own failings. He can redeem and restore! Join Galen, today, as he brings us into worship, giving our praise to the Savior!
Join Dr. Deborah, as she shares with us a recipe that can be enjoyed all year round. With a chicken-broth base, this soup is flavorful, nutritious, and easy to assemble!