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Urgency of Prayer

Join us as we dive into a new series titled Urgency of Prayer. This week’s message will start in the book of acts and cover questions like: why do we pray? how does it work? why does God want us to pray? Live Stream at 9am & 11am.

Urgency of Prayer
  • Revelation

    We conclude our series on the urgency of prayer by looking at the book of revelation. The author was one of Jesus’ closest disciples. And he has the great joy of seeing heaven and seeing what is to come. Not everything in this book would have been easy to see or write. But throughout the book we are continually reminded that Jesus is the king of kings and that his kingdom will never end. Throughout this book we can almost see and hear what worship will be like when we are finally face to face with God. This is only a taste. The Spirit and the bride say ‘Come’!

    This message is an invitation to all who hunger and thirst.

    • DateNovember 29, 2020
    • Speaker(s)Donavan Friesen
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  • 1 John

    1 John teaches us that God loves us overwhelmingly, and out of our love for Him our response should be an increased and increasing desire to live holy lives. How do these two truths affect and transform the way in which we approach God in prayer?

    • DateNovember 15, 2020
    • Speaker(s)Darryl Friesen
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  • 1 Timothy

    As we’ve studied the topic of prayer in the New Testament – we come to two letters written from Paul to his ‘apprentice’ Timothy. These are letters written about helping to lead the church moving forward. It speaks of thanksgiving, intercession, prophecy and the laying on of hands. With a constant reminder that we live for an entirely different kingdom the Kingdom of Heaven. It presses us to do the work of God – by faith; it reveals the great gifts of the kingdom of heaven – for those who believe; and demonstrates that if Paul can be redeemed – anyone can be. It’s an exciting couple of letters – that propels the hungry children of God to join the mission of God.

    • DateNovember 8, 2020
    • Speaker(s)Donavan Friesen
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  • Thessalonians

    • DateNovember 1, 2020
    • Speaker(s)Donavan Friesen
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  • Colossians

    The urgency of prayer will bring in other elements of kingdom living. One of these elements is praying for a supernatural response from us as Christians in times of hardship. We will look at Paul’s response to such times and discover how we can also cultivate a supernatural kingdom attitude that’s not dependent on outside of influences. We will look at how he prayed for the church in Colossae and how we can model our prayer for both ourselves and others accordingly.
    I want to remind us that He rescued us from the domain of darkness, and transferred us to the kingdom of His beloved Son. No matter what is shaking our personal world, we need to hold on to foundational principles that we know to be true and that the joy of the Lord is our strength, and we find our hope in Him.
    • DateOctober 25, 2020
    • Speaker(s)Ármann Pálsson
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  • Philippians

    There is such a critical difference between self-improvement and transformation. Prayer makes the essential difference and is the catalyst for transformation. Whether facing hardship or ease, plenty or want, living a life of prayer-motivated transformation enables our desire to be true imitators of Christ as we journey through this life to the next.

    • DateOctober 18, 2020
    • Speaker(s)Darryl Friesen
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  • Ephesians

    The church in Ephesus was on fire! They loved God, the church was growing rapidly and they had so much faith. Paul writes down several prayers in this letter. Most notable is Eph 3:14-21. Reminding them to not neglect the inner person. Continuing to Grow in their love for God. 40 years later in the book of revelation we see that they have neglected this very thing. And God tells them to remember what their faith and love were like 40 years earlier – and tells them to repent.

    This is a beautiful study of reminding us to keep our priorities right

    • DateOctober 11, 2020
    • Speaker(s)Donavan Friesen
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  • 2 Corinthians

    As we continue to study the role of prayer throughout the New Testament Church – the book of 2 Corinthians leads us to many important conclusions.   In this message we are going to look at who God really is – through his Son Jesus.  Why is this important?  Who you believe God is – deeply impacts the way that you live.

    • DateOctober 4, 2020
    • Speaker(s)Donavan Friesen
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  • 1 Corinthians

    The young church in Corinth was trying to find its place in an alien culture. The gifts of the Spirit and prayer were prominent with the saints, but they were bringing in pagan influences from their culture and old ways of doing things. Paul speaks to them as their father in the faith and seeks to get the church back on track. We look at the Corinthian church and find parallels with our current struggles, but we will also look at how our week was. How much time did we spend with God, and what was the quality of that time?

     

    Scriptures used: 1 Corinthians 1:4-7; 2:12-13; 4:18-21; 11; Acts 18; 1 Thessalonians 5:18, 1 Samuel 1:11; Luke 1:13-17; Judges 13-16.

    • DateSeptember 27, 2020
    • Speaker(s)Ármann Pálsson
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  • Romans

    I believe God wants to inspire us with this sermon to become excited about his word again and excited about a supernatural relationship. He wants to remind you; you are a child of God, in his kingdom, in his family, anything is possible. Never lose the sense of wonder. The childlike faith of anything is possible because we serve an unusual God! God wants his church to approach him expecting an answer, expecting that he will move, that as a loving Father he wants to interact and cover us with his arms. God is not done with us yet, let’s not put limits on his activity in our lives or in the church.

    Scripture used:
    John 21:24-25.
    Isaiah 55.
    Psalm 34:4–8.
    Hebrews 13:2.
    Romans 1:8-10.
    Romans 8:24-26
    Romans 8:28.

    • DateSeptember 20, 2020
    • Speaker(s)Ármann Pálsson
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  • Prayer in the Early Church

    In this message we will be looking at the impact of prayer in the early Church. What did that look like? What was the role of prayer in the first 30 years of the Church? Live Stream at 9am & 11am.

    • DateSeptember 12, 2020
    • Speaker(s)Donavan Friesen
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  • Intro to Prayer

    Join us as we dive into a new series titled Urgency of Prayer. This week’s message will introduce the series and start in the book of acts. We will cover questions like: why do we pray? how does it work? why does God want us to pray? Live Stream at 9am & 11am.

    • DateSeptember 5, 2020
    • Speaker(s)Donavan Friesen
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