Pace Cars - Ignition

When we pour the spirit of mothers and fathers upon children, it restores sons and daughters and breaks the spirit of rejection off of them. Pastor Mitch starts off this series talking about how we clothe our children with dignity.

Brian + Dianalee Walrond

We were honoured to have Brian and Dianalee Walrond from RS1 Motivational Media with us. Brian shared a dynamic message about salvation and repentance. God wants to eradicate death so that life can flow freely through us.

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Grave Matters: Easter Service

The Grave of Christ is famous because of what it doesn’t contain. Watch our Easter service with testimonies from a couple of people saved from their own “graves”, and Pastor Mitch talking about the eternal plan the empty grave means for us.

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This Present Future - PT 6

Nothing done in the name of Christ is ever wasted. Pastor Mitch wraps up this series talking about the “what” of this present future. To love deeply is to live a life of sacrifice.

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This Present Future - PT 5

In this fifth part of our series, Pastor Mitch addresses the “where” by talking about the model, the mission, and the miracle. We learn that our “where” isn’t necessarily a place, but actually the hearts of people.

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This Present Future - PT 4

Pastor Bryan picks up the series talking about the “how” of growing into our future. This means we have to be willing to step out in obedience to the Lord’s leading, and expect Him to do what only He can do.

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This Present Future - PT 2

Are you living the “R.A.W.” life? Pastor Mitch talks about us being people who are Ready, Activated and Willing. We can answer the “when will we be ready” question by living a life with the believing attitude. “When” is now!

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This Present Future - PT 1

Why are you alive? Why are you here? Pastor Mitch introduces this new series talking about vision that requires your whole being; and vision that addresses the question of “why”?

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