In today’s sermon, “The God Who Makes A Way for Us,”Jonathan Cornelius talks about the heart of God in always taking the initiative in order to make a way for His people to be with Him.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych dives in the Scriptures to help us, not to find ourselves in them, not to better our lives, not to understand His plan, not find our purpose, but to see with our whole self who God actually says that He is, “The God Who Searched Us.”
In today’s sermon, our CORF Discipleship pastor, Joanne DiLeo talks about the heart of God, which remains the same from the beginning until now, always being close to His people. Even with our sins, our failures and shortcomings, “God Comes Close.”
In today’s sermon, CORF Speaker David Mengi talks about “God The Maker” to remind us of this paramount truth that God is at the source of everything and reigns supreme over it all.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych talks about “God The Redeemer,” and helps us see this truth in the understanding that our God is the same and does not change. This sermon is also the start of something new that will be carried out throughout the rest of the year. We are not going to...
In today’s sermon, “The Power that Uses Us to Give God What He Wants,” Pastor Abie Kulynych concludes the mini series on “The Baptism of the Holy Spirit.”
In today’s sermon, “Filled to Be Poured Out,” Pastor Abie Kulynych at God’s work in the first disciples for a greater work of saving souls.
In today’s sermon, “Nothing Better than Knowing God,” our very newly ordained Discipleship Pastor Joanne DiLeo reminds us of the most precious thing we as Christians should always long for, the knowledge of God.
Acts chapter 1 says that for 40 days Jesus showed himself to his disciples and he gave many convincing proofs that he was alive and he spoke to them about the kingdom of God. So we spent the last 6 weeks talking about those 40 days. Through scriptures we see that Jesus rose to give...
In this week’s sermon, “Take the Cup,” our Youth Pastor Amanda Mackie takes us back to the time before the resurrection and before the cross to revisit Jesus’ prayer in the garden of Gethsemane as he faces the divine plan of the cross for the salvation of mankind.