In honor of 10:2 Sunday (Luke 10:2), Merlin Miller touches base with the theme of being Available. This message is to specifically challenge whether we have changed anything in our desire to be available to the Lord.
Merlin Miller continues the Foundations series. This message focuses on Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
Merlin Miller continues the Foundations series. God has revealed himself in three distinct forms and this message addresses Him as Father.
Merlin Miller begins a brand new series called Foundations, a study of our theological beliefs. Of course the study has to begin with God himself.
Merlin Miller concludes the series on the Acts of the Apostles with the 73rd message that ties together the major themes of the book.
Merlin Miller continues the study of the book of Acts with this 72nd message taken from Acts 28:16-31. This is the final text of the Acts of the Apostles, an open end to Paul’s captivity in Rome. But Paul continues to do what he always does: share the Gospel, first with the Jews and then with everyone.
Merlin Miller continues the study of the book of Acts with this 71st message taken from Acts 28:1-16. Finally back on solid ground, what faces Paul & his companions on the island of Malta? As we have seen over and over again, no matter the circumstance the Gospel expands onward and those spreading it are encouraged.
Merlin Miller returns to the study of the book of Acts with this 70th message taken from Acts 27:27-44. We return to Paul on the ship lost in the midst of a mighty storm on the Mediterranean Sea. God has promised that they will all survive - will His word be borne out? What kind of faith and trust in His promise is required to arrive safely?
Special guest Bridger Estell, representing Vision Beyond Borders, shares this morning about his travels and adventures.
Kris Reckers shares an evening message on our spiritual gifts.
Merlin Miller returns to the study of the book of Acts with this 69th message taken from Acts 27:1-26. Though men may have thought themselves in control of the situation, God continues to show that He desires Paul to testify of Jesus in Rome before Caesar, and uses His sovereignty to bring that about. But the way is not without adventure, and danger!
Glen Gingerich shares a message on idolatry, especially idols of the heart.
Merlin Miller shares a special message for those who are making a public confession of faith in Jesus Christ through baptism. The subject is on the heart, with the teaching coming from the book of Proverbs.
Merlin Miller checks in with the theme of the year: Available.
Merlin Miller continues the study of the book of Acts, with the 68th message taken from Acts 26:24-32. As Paul is telling his story he is interrupted and called insane. Will the unflappable apostle finally lose his patience? Even if he doesn’t, will it make a difference in the overall trajectory of his journey?
Merlin Miller continues the study of the book of Acts, with the 67th message taken from Acts 26:1-23. Paul repeats his incredible story of how God changed him, reinforcing the real reason why he is standing on trial despite his innocence. Though the story has become familiar to us, there are a few specific details worth digging into.
Merlin Miller continues the study of the book of Acts, with the 66th message taken from Acts 24:13-27. What do you do when you find someone innocent, yet are unwilling to release him? What do you do when that person then moves the case to your superior? How will you explain yourself? Festus finds himself in this position and King Agrippa comes to visit, so he hopes to take advantage of his counsel.
Merlin Miller continues the study of the book of Acts, with the 65th message taken from Acts 24:1-12. Now that Festus is in charge, will things go different? There is a change, but only one that takes Paul closer to the final destination God has already revealed he will end up at.
Merlin Miller continues the study of the book of Acts, with the 64th message taken from Acts 24:22-27. Felix has heard both sides of the case, yet delays making any judgment despite demonstrating his awareness of Paul’s innocence. Does Paul complain, or take advantage of the opportunity? Will Felix take advantage of the opportunity he receives?