In today’s sermon, our speaker David Mengi to explore and rediscover this beautiful and majestic name the Lord God chose to reveal Himself to humanity as it relates to the Salvation of Israel and humanity, “Wonderful Counselor.”
Author: City of Refuge
In today’s sermon, “Give Thanks for Jesus,” pastor Abie Kulynych answers one question, what should I be thankful for? With all that he’s seen in his family, friends, the church and his neighbors, one thing has been consistent, he is thankful for Jesus.
In today’s sermon, pastor Joanne continues on with our series on giving thanks for God with a particular focus on the reality that our God, the Creator of everything, “He Is Magnificent.”
In today’s sermon, pastor Abie Kulynych continues with our series “Thank God” and challenges us to move from just saying that God is in control to actually believing in what we are saying, “He Is Sovereign.”
In today’s sermon, pastor Abie Kulynych begins a new series “Thank God” as call to remember how blessed we are in God and give thanks to the One from whom all blessings flow, “He Is Faithful.”
In today’s sermon, pastor Abie Kulynych concludes the eight week series on Life in the Spirit addresses God’s desire for His people, His children especially when things are chaotic, “Rivers and Springs.”
In today’s sermon, pastor Abie Kulynych addresses this question, Why is that the Holy Spirit lives in us? The answer is found in God’s expression of love for us and how He has always dealt with humankind, “God Desires to Be with Us.”
In today’s sermon, pastor Abie Kulynych wrestles with these two questions, what does it mean to “Walk by the Spirit”? and what does it look like to “Walk by the Spirit”?
In today’s sermon, “Life in Perpetual Relationship with God,”pastor Abie Kulynych challenges us with this question, Why is it so hard to live in the Spirit? By answering the following question, What is life?, he makes it clear that our struggle is connected to our lack of understanding of life.
In today’s sermon, “Life for Jesus,”pastor Abie Kulynych challenges us with this question, Are we here for Jesus?