Today our guest Pastor Ken Malmin unpacks several important thoughts about how we should interact with God’s Word. Pastor Ken come to us from our home church City Bible Church in Portland, Oregon. He serves as an elder of that church and the Dean of Portland Bible College. And, yes, he is the father of our pastor Ben Malmin.
Our guest Wes Shaffer, from the board of our recovery house “Aslan House”, shares the next step in our series. We must Consciously choose to commit all my life and will to Christ’s care and control. Let Go and Let God.
All of us have broken areas of life that bring us grief and pain. We all deal with life’s hurts, hang-ups, and habits. Jesus said, “God blesses those people who grieve. They will find comfort!”Let us look at 5 things about God’s relationship with us that can move us from hopelessness to the hope we need to see real life change.
We will have blankets and a variety of supplies that we can distribute to the homeless over the next two weekends, September 23-25 and 30th – October 1-2. Please let me know if you have time to be a part of this, on any of those dates.
We all deal with life’s hurts, hang-ups, and habits. Let us look at 8 statements from Jesus, for real life change. We’re going to let Jesus lead us into healing and freedom.
If you see God, it changes how you see everything else. Joy & purpose in everyday life, freedom from addiction, hope in the face of evil, being comfortable in your own skin, being healthy, being happy are possible! If God is alive, aware, able, and active then you are loved by Him and can all things are possible.
“If I come to God, what will I find Him to be like?” Ever asked that? I see a God of good love in mercy & grace.
What’s God like? Jesus said, “Blessed are the pure in heart for they will see God.” What does that mean? How can I see God? Maybe it is time for us to ask ourselves, “Have I truly seen the One who sees me?”
Guest speaker Chris Brown from Victory Christian in Goochland, VA shares