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.
Author: City of Refuge
In today’s sermon, “Life for Jesus,”pastor Abie Kulynych challenges us with this question, Are we here for Jesus?
We’re in our fourth sermon of the series Life in the Spirit. The Bible is clear that if we are in Christ, then the Holy Spirit is in us. While this is an absolute truth, we are in agreement that a lot of time we are not in the Spirit. In today’s sermon, pastor Abie...
In today’s sermon, the third in the series, Life in the Spirit, pastor Abie Kulynych answers the following question, how do we stop living in our own strength, opinions, thoughts, desires, pride, anxiety, hurt, anger, grief or trauma, unbridled tongue and unchanged heart? By living a “Life of Obedience.”
In today’s sermon, pastor Abie Kulynych continues the series, Life in the Spirit, and makes a point that God’s heart from the beginning of time was always to make His home in us and reminds us that in Christ, “You Are the Temple of the Holy Spirit.”
In today’s sermon, pastor Abie Kulynych opens a new series that will explore what it really means for us believers to have “Life in the Spirit.”
In today’s sermon, Jonathan Cornelius speaks about the holiness of God to show us that the whole character of God is one with His holiness.
In today’s sermon, Noah Kulynych continues on the trend of what we’ve been talking about over the past year and a half focusing on God’s character, but with a more unorthodox approach as he looks at “The Authenticity of God.” He argues that the reason we value authenticity so much is because our Creator is...
In today’s sermon, our Youth Pastor Amanda Mackie looks at Psalms 18 to remind us that high moments and experiences of our lives should never be our foundation. Only Christ can be our foundation because He never changes.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych looks at Leviticus 10 to show that sin is an enormous deal but God’s compassion makes a way for his people and invites us to be “Holy Like Him.”