True wealth is not measured by how much we make but by how much we use to help others. Pastor Ray Chang continues our series, “The One”, in the Gospel of Luke with a message from Luke 16:19-31.
Not only does Jesus teach us about the inherent dangers of wealth, but also the spiritual opportunities of it’s distribution. We can use our resources to further God’s kingdom. Pastor Ray Chang takes us back to our series, “The One”, in the Gospel of Luke with a message on wealth from Luke 16:1-18.
Our mission is not to build the church – our mission is to unlock the gates of hell. Pastor Ray Chang shares a special message on the true purpose of the church.
A physical body without ligaments would fall to pieces, and so too does a church body without love. Pastor Andre Randolph shares a message on the vitality of love in the church.
The lasting description of love is protection, trust, hope, and perseverance. These are based on God’s nature. Pastor Ray Chang continues our series, “Love Out Loud”, in 1 Corinthians 13.
Only true love can deliver us from the danger of anger. God set the example for us: rather than lashing out in anger, He sacrificed Himself so we can be forgiven. Pastor Ray Chang continues our series, “Love Out Loud”, in 1 Corinthians 13 with a message on the patient and forgiving nature of love.
To love like Jesus starts with seeing all people as worthy of respect. Pastor Ethan Hedberg continues our series in 1 Corinthians 13 with a message on the manners of love.
Love ultimately says, “I’ll die so that you can live.” Ambassador’s Youth Pastor, Daniel Chong, continues our new summer series, “Love Out Loud”, with a message on the selfless nature of love.
Patience is God’s passive love, but kindness is God’s active love. Pastor Ray Chang continues our new summer series, “Love Out Loud”, with a message on the power of kindness. Continue reading
God demonstrates His patient love toward His children by never leaving or forsaking us when we sin against Him. Pastor Ray Chang begins our new summer series, “Love Out Loud”, with a message on the patient nature of love. Continue reading