Further into the oracle of Hosea and understanding how God feels (without thinking about how it relates to us and what we should DO).
A discussion about the hurt we cause God when we are distant from Him. Bad habits are harder to break the longer we have been doing them.
God loves His people, but His people don't always treat Him like they love Him. Yet, that doesn't change how He feels about us.
God so loves us, even when we choose to act out or don't want to listen to His direction.
The first sermon in our series in Hosea.
A special sermon using the metaphor of God as the potter and we are the clay.
Our mission is to tell people the good news and teach them to do what God has commanded us to do (and what we should already be doing, therefore teaching others through our own actions).
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Part of our call is to focus on the present and not worry about future events or let past events keep us back from doing what God has asked of us.
What are we for and why are we here? Not everyone is supposed to be the same thing; we are all gifted and called to do different things for the Kingdom.
Our calling is simply bringing the Kingdom of God to others (and using our gifts to follow that call).
Something has value when we willing to give something we have in order to get something we want. God gave Jesus because He values and loves us.
When you encounter the risen Christ, you cannot walk away unchanged.
Adam Wall shares how the truth that Jesus is alive (just like He said He would be) must transform us because it proves that He is who He said He was.
How to step out and have faith when fear or uncertainty are holding you back.
The first sermon in our series "The Victor and the Prize" on Resurrection Day 2014. Jesus defeated sin and came out of the tomb with the keys to death not by fighting, but by surrendering.
A discussion of how we are to use spiritual gifts and how to discern hearing God and then doing what He has asked.
The purpose of worship is to praise and glorify God, but sometimes God uses our time in worship to transform us.
Are our hearts in line with what we are singing? How to bring integrity to our worship and be active and honest during worship.
Steve shares part of his story to help us see how our lenses affect how we view God and worship.
When we gather on Sundays, we sing because God loves to hear us sing. It is not about what God does for us during our time of worship, it's about what we are giving to God.
A look in Romans to understand the nuts and bolts of why and how we worship.
How the barriers we have with God effect our relationship with Him and our ability to fully worship.
A continuation of the discussion on idolatry and how worshiping Jesus will help break the bonds and desires of other idols.
Anything that we worship that is not God will not be capable of helping you.
While we worship together on Sundays in a corporate worship sense (with a small "w"), true worship comes from the relationship we live every day and the way we honor our King in our everyday actions (big "W").
Adam teaches a bit about prayer and healing, and then turns the morning over to God to work during a time of prayer.
The first message in our series on worship.
A brief introduction to every ministry @ BVC and information on how you can get involved.
Allen discusses where God has led in 2013 and where we think He is pointing us for 2014.
Brad Hudson wraps up our series in Hebrews by weaving the entire text together and finding the central messages.