- Part 1: Only Jesus
- Part 2: Wonderful Counselor
- Part 3: Mighty God
- Part 4: The Resurrection and the Life
- Part 5: Prince of Peace
- Part 6: Everlasting Father
March 15, 2015
In part one of this new series “Only Jesus”, Pastor Steve Boyce lays the foundation for the next few weeks about who we’re going to talk about…Jesus. For us to really understand who Jesus is, we have to put aside our natural thinking and tap into our spiritual mind to try to comprehend the reality of who He really is.
March 22, 2015
In part two of “Only Jesus”, Pastor Steve explains that Jesus is the only One who will always be there for us, no matter what we go through, He never leaves us. He’s the only One that can speak to us at a level that we can respond to, the only One that can heal and the only One that can transform lives. He’s the wonderful Counselor, He comes to us with mighty wisdom, strength and He’s always available to help us climb out of the mess in our lives. We need to be tuned into the Lord in the spirit, turn off our natural mind so that God can guide us and we can hear His voice clearly.
March 29, 2015
Jesus truly is the Savior, He’s the rescuer, and He’s the mighty God. He’s not getting tired and He can’t help but be a triumphal King. Pastor Steve Boyce continues with part three of “Only Jesus” and explains that God wants to reveal Himself to you in a new way, along with the loving side of God, He powerfully enters our lives to overcome whatever has been holding us back.
April 5, 2015
Jesus is the resurrection and the life. This Easter, Pastor Steve explains that we are a people in desperate need of a Savior and Jesus has come to rescue us.
April 12, 2015
The only one that we need is Jesus. In the fifth part of this series, Pastor Steve talks about the 4th compound name of Jesus, Prince of peace. Jesus is the all-consuming peace, wherever He is, there’s peace and victory just because of who He is.
April 19, 2015
Jesus is the Father of all eternity. When we have God inside of us, the loving and caring side of Him, transfers unto us, His children. In the same way, we must have a heart of compassion and understanding for the next generation that is rising up.