In this message, Pastor Ritch teaches that the love of God never abandons, leaves or fails His children. This love of Christ does not spare believers from experiencing severe hardships in this world, but it does make certain their eternal joy in God.
We will never find confidence in our salvation if we only engage with God emotionally. We will find confidence in God’s saving love for us when we engage with God theologically, doctrinally, and historically. In this message from Romans 8:32-34, Pastor Ritch proclaims the confident assurance of our salvation in Christ.
Because God chose to set His love upon His children in eternity past, we who are His children know for certain that our future is one of unending joy and glory in God. In this message from Romans 8:31-32, Pastor Ritch teaches about the unstoppable love of God.
In this message from Romans 8:29-30, Pastor Ritch teaches about the foreknowledge of God in securing salvation for all of His children, and why believers can rest (and rejoice!) in the security of that salvation.
When we find joy in something, it is the most natural thing in the world to invite others to join us in expressing joy in that joyful thing. In this message, Pastor Ritch teaches from Psalm 95, about pursuing joy in God by worshipping with our brothers and sisters in Christ as the gathered church.
While love in the local church is not the only thing that matters, if love is not dominant in the local church than nothing else we do matters. In this message from I John 4:7-21, Pastor Ritch teaches about this defining characteristic of the body of Christ.
While God’s sovereignty extends over all of creation, he still calls the church to participate in accomplishing those plans through prayer. In this message from Acts 12:1-19, Pastor Ritch teaches about Peter’s miraculous escape from prison and the call to earnest, corporate prayer that the early church demonstrated for believers today.
While not all are called to serve as pastors, all believers are given the privilege to share God’s Word with others. In this message from 2 Timothy 4:1-8, Pastor Ritch teaches about the importance of listening to the Word of God with the gathered church and how it prepares us to share the Word of God with others.
We must be filled with the Spirit if we are to have a Christ-like response to persecution and hardship. In this message from Acts 7:54-8:3, Art Georges (Senior Pastor of Living Hope Community Church) teaches about the death of Stephen and the encouragement it holds for the church to stand for Christ today.