Message: “The Hands and Feet of Jesus” (1 Corinthians 12:12-27) – As a church, we are a family who gathers together and possesses a shared life in Jesus Christ. We are a “partnership” created by God. We are one “body” of many parts put together by God so that we might now be the “hands” and “feet
Message: The Transforming Gift of Gratitude (Colossians 3:15-17) Grace and gratitude walk together hand in hand. Gratitude is more than just a feeling; instead, gratitude involves both words and actions. An attitude of gratitude can do more to order our priorities than perhaps anything else can do.
Message: “Being a Living Sacrifice” (Romans 12:1-2; Galatians 2:20) – As Christ followers, we are urged to “present” or “offer” our bodies as a “living sacrifice” to God. This is our “true” and “proper” worship.
Message: A Partnership Created by God (Philippians 1:3-11) Church means more than attendance & involvement in good activities. The fellowship we enjoy together as a church family is a divine partnership characterized by love & affection that exists because of God’s work of grace in all of our lives
Message: “The Resurrection and the Life” (John 11:25-26) – Today is a “Day” filled with good news! We celebrate today because the miracle of our Lord’s resurrection from the dead inspires eternal hope, promises eternal life, and explains why we have gathered together for worship.
Message: “Standing on the Promises” (Hebrews 4:12-13; 1 Peter 1:22-25) – God is not only a promise maker; God is also a promise keeper. And every promise God has ever made is a promise that God has proven to keep because “the word of the Lord endures forever.”
Message: “God Will Make Things Right” Revelation 20:11—21:5. There will be a Day of reckoning; a Day when God makes all things right. God has set a day in which he will judge the world by righting all the wrongs, by making the Light of the world the light of all the darkness we presently encounter.
Message: “The Power of the Holy Spirit” (Titus 3:3-8) – When we believe, we receive the power of the Holy Spirit. The confession of our faith involves our belief in God the Father, God the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The story of our salvation is incomplete without all three: Father, Son, and Spirit.
Message: “The Test of Joy” ( 1 Peter 1:3-9 ) – Life is not always a “bed of roses.” Our experience of life can be full of thorny moments, some difficult and discouraging times. The test of joy is knowing that God will keep his promises. The joy of our salvation will soon be realized.
Message: “We Believe in the Resurrection” (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18) – Life after death. Life beyond death. Since Jesus died and rose again, we believe that the resurrection of Jesus Christ is the preview of our own resurrection from the dead. What God did for Jesus, God will do for us.
Message: “No Condemnation” (John 8:1-11) – Regarding financial debt, many people owe more than they can pay. But when it comes to spiritual debt, we owe more than we could ever pay. We need a Savior, a redeemer to set us free so that we are no longer condemned by the debt that sin imposes on us.
THE SEASON OF “LENT” AT FCC of ALLEN
“Lent” is an English word for “Spring.” And since springtime is all about renewal and new life, “Lent” is a spiritual season for us to consider the fresh starts and new beginnings we can now know and experience in Jesus Christ.