August 16th, 2020 | 30 mins 16 secs
assurance, church at home, it is finished, live through a bad day, omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient, purpose, run it back, tetelestai
In the third week of our “Run It Back” series, where we’re revisiting messages from the first 100 weeks of our church, Pastor Brian shares from the “How to Live Through a Bad Day” series. The Bible reminds us that in the midst of a bad day, we can be assured that there is a purpose in our pain, and there is an end to our bad day.
July 12th, 2020 | 33 mins 59 secs
facts, liberty, life, love, miles mcpherson, purpose, pursuit of happiness, responsibilities, unalienable honor
We are all created by God, in His image, with a God-given love, destiny and purpose. And every person we come in contact with was created the same way. When we are dishonorable and choose to act inconsistent of God’s heart, we are acting inconsistent of our design. Join us for week three of the series as guest speaker Pastor Mile McPherson discusses the “Unalienable Honor” with which all of us were created.
This series is based on Pastor Miles McPherson’s book, "The Third Option".
January 19th, 2020 | 38 mins 7 secs
design, destiny, fundamentals, make a difference, purpose
You are designed by God to make a difference, and to do this we must discover the purpose He planned for us. God’s design in you reveal’s God’s destiny for you. During week 3 of our Fundamentals series, Pastor Brian discusses the importance of discovering your God-given purpose.
October 27th, 2019 | 37 mins 37 secs
beth cunningham, comfort, comparison, condemnation, guest speaker, issues, purpose
The enemy constantly comes with lies trying to divert us from what God is calling us to do. The steps we take every day determine if we live a life of purpose, or a life in our issues. Join us this week as Pastor Beth Cunningham shares the great reminder that “My Purpose is Bigger Than My Issues”.
April 7th, 2019 | 30 mins 56 secs
bible, how to live through a bad day, hurt, it is finished, jesus, pain, purpose, queen city church, sermon
When bad days hit, it may often feel like our pain and difficult situations have no purpose, but Jesus showed us a different perspective. This week, Pastor Brian discusses the most famous statement Jesus made on the cross and how we can be encouraged that our pain and challenging circumstances are not wasted.