March 2015

  • FTF-21 - Thy Will Be Done - Learning How To Invite God To Guide Me Through Life
    Date: Mar 1, 2015 | Passage: Matthew 6:9-10
    Series: Face2Face - The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Christians

    Today we begin to look at the third petition of the Lord’s Prayer. This petition that we all know is: “Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven”, can become for each of us, a time when we actually invite to God to guide us through life. Could there be anything greater in life that to have God Himself, walk us through each day? Can you imagine a better way to live than that? When we pray this part of the Lord’s Prayer, we are inviting the Lord to: Guide Me. How to invite the God of the Universe to lead us through life is our focus today: LEARNING HOW TO INVITE GOD TO “GUIDE ME” THROUGH LIFE

  • FTF-22 - Give us This Day Our Daily Bread - Learning How To Invite God To Supply Me Through Life
    Date: Mar 15, 2015 | Passage: Matthew 6:11
    Series: Face2Face - The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Christians

    As we open to Matthew 6:11 in the Lord’s Prayer, we arrive at the central element of these petitions. This fourth of seven petitions, is our shared confession of our need for God to sustain our lives. Simply put, asking God to give us the bread we need for today is us saying: WE NEED TO BE SUPPLIED BY GOD

  • FTF-23 - Hungering For God - A Life Of Prayer & Fasting
    Date: Mar 22, 2015 | Passage: Matthew 6:16-18
    Series: Face2Face - The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Christians

    Do you remember a teacher, or coach, that was so special and encouraging to you? Do you member how much they meant to you? Do you remember how you rose to their expectations of you as they coached or taught you? What type of response do we have to someone we love, respect, and deeply admire? Usually, when they express their expectations or desires, we do everything to try to meet their expectations, right? That experience that many of us have had have shared is really a key to understanding our passage of Scripture this morning in Matthew 6:11. We are looking at the Lord’s Prayer’s seven petitions, and have arrived at the middle, or fourth. The words are simple: “Give us this day our daily bread”. The meaning is also simple, but the message Christ conveys in both the context of this petition to the entire prayer, and the entire prayer to the context in the Sermon on the Mount is profound. Watch what I mean.

  • HFG-01 - Hungering For God - A Life Of Prayer & Fasting
    Date: Mar 22, 2015
    Series: Hungering For God

    Do you remember a teacher, or coach, that was so special and encouraging to you? Do you member how much they meant to you? Do you remember how you rose to their expectations of you as they coached or taught you? What type of response do we have to someone we love, respect, and deeply admire? Usually, when they express their expectations or desires, we do everything to try to meet their expectations, right? That experience that many of us have had have shared is really a key to understanding our passage of Scripture this morning in Matthew 6:11.