Services on Isaiah (Page 2)
Jesus promised a life full & abundantly; yet, how can we truly have that when we carry around unforgiveness? What if this year we can truly our hearts set free from all the stuff that pollutes & harms us & we can be purified white as snow. Are you dreaming of a White Christmas?
In week 2 of the Baggage series, we will look at the Emotional Baggage brought on by the lies and statements that leave us so bogged down, beaten down, depressed and have warped who we really are in Christ.
If you are ready to see a spark in your life this three-week series, Praycarious, teaches us to pray prayers that do just that. In this last week of the Precarious series, we boldly trust in the Lord and His direction for our lives by lifting up the praycarious pray saying “God, Send Me.”
Scripture(s): Isaiah 11:2-5; Luke 2:1-7 (NIV) It’s that time of year when we celebrate the Lord’s birth with help from many of our Sunday School kids. They always do a fantastic job & really help us connect to the real reason we celebrate. Join us this year for, The Road to Christmas.
Going Deeper is a series that focuses on God’s will — in Week #1 we look at a different way to seek and experience the will of God in our lives. As 2015 begins, get ready to get Going Deeper.
If everything is so festive and wonderful, why is depression at an all time high, where mistletoe and ivy stoked the fires of dread and despair?
We finish this week’s sermon series with a focus on Jesus and the cross and how his “monster faith” in action that opened eternal life for all who believe in him.
How can we be renewed, refreshed in the amazing presence of God which at times seems to drain more than fulfill. Yet, Jesus says, “Come to me you who are weary and I’ll give you rest.
One of the great Christmas songs of all time is O Come, O Come Emmanuel, and really the only time many of us use this term.
As we approach this weekend, we look to the 10 year anniversary of 9/11, we are reminded of the events that occurred that changed our world as we knew it. In addition, for Haven Church, we look to this week as Commitment Sunday as we step forward as a church to a new phase of ministry.