Pushing Through

by Bobby Martin
Sun, Jul 15, 2018

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Sun, Dec 20, 2015
One depiction of Christmas shows Santa Claus kneeling beside the manger. At that first Christmas, a group of educated, wealthy, and influential men did the same. What is it about that night that makes the world stop and sing; not lullabies, but carols of worship? The answer might drive you to your knees.
Sun, Dec 13, 2015
Part of what makes the Christmas season so meaningful for many of us is the familiarity. We like things to be the same way every year. We are familiar with the story, the decorations, the music, and the atmosphere. However, the unfamiliar frightens us at times. Mary and Joseph found themselves in an unfamiliar location, surrounded by unfamiliar people, in an unfamiliar environment. Bobby will show us how their response proves that God is still at work, even in the unfamiliar.
Sun, Dec 06, 2015
For Mary and Joseph the entire Christmas scenario was unexpected. Let’s be honest. Many of us don’t deal well with the unexpected. In this message Bobby shows us how to respond when God puts us in an unexpected situation. Believe it or not, we have a choice.
Sun, Nov 29, 2015
Do you remember as a child what it was like enduring those days before Christmas? It was the anticipation that made Christmas, Christmas. There's always been a sense of anticipation around Christmas. The first Christmas was no different. Maybe that anticipation is needed. Maybe it’s what happens in that waiting that is the most important. In this opening message, Bobby explains “The George Bailey Syndrome”.
Sun, Nov 22, 2015
Passage: Matthew 5:14
Series: Thanksgiving
Sun, Nov 15, 2015
Passage: Mark 1:4 & John 1:15
Series: Killin' It
We all want to be friended, followed, linked, and mentioned. We all want to be recognized, admired, sought after, and envied. We hunger for approval. We want applause. We want to be known. But what do you do when there is no amount of “known” that will satisfy your appetite?
Sun, Nov 08, 2015
Passage: Daniel 5:17
Series: Killin' It
Maybe you’re a “Three P” person—you have power, prestige, and possessions. You have influence. You are envied. People take you seriously because of what you’ve accomplished, what you look like, or who you’re married to. There’s nothing wrong with being a “Three P” person. But when it comes to pride, “Three P” people face a unique challenge.
Sun, Nov 01, 2015
There is a sin that is so common to the human experience, it is the gateway to all other sins. It promises to make us bigger, better, and more important, but only makes us smaller and meaner. It strips us of our capacity to connect with others. It stands between us and our heavenly Father.
Sun, Oct 25, 2015
Passage: John 6:1
Throughout the ages and even in today’s culture, our hands represent power, strength and ability. God has given us our hands for His purposes and for the advancement of His kingdom. We are to ask ourselves the question, What could God do if I made my hands available for His use?
Sun, Oct 18, 2015
The paths we place our feet on ultimately determine our destination. In order to remain on the right path, we must stop, look, listen, and learn. We should stop and evaluate what we are doing, look where we are headed, listen to wise counsel, and learn from our past experiences and trials.
Sun, Oct 11, 2015
Our words and expressions reflect our hearts. If we have spiritual heart problems, it will manifest itself in other areas. The people closest to us catch the shrapnel our hearts expose. By confessing, forgiving, giving and celebrating we learn to appreciate what God has given us.
Sun, Oct 04, 2015
Our words are very powerful. They can either build others up, or tear others down. Our lives are impacted by our words, and how we treat one another verbally is a reflection of our relationship with our Heavenly Father. We need to stick to a standard of speaking: Is what I'm saying building others up according to their needs?
Sun, Sep 27, 2015
Who and what we listen to will impact what we do. Alliances always equal influence. We must be willing to listen to the voice of reason, and not have "selective" hearing. Who we don't want to hear from, and what we don't want to hear is generally what we need to hear most.
Sun, Sep 20, 2015
Passage: Luke 11:33
What we view and see often determines the direction of our lives. What comes through our eyes impacts our prospective on life, and our sensitivity to the truth. The best way to understand darkness is to walk in the light, and view things that honor God.
Sun, Sep 13, 2015
Our bodies are temples created by God, for God, to honor God. Everything created is for a purpose, and incredible contentment and happiness comes from discovering our purpose with God. Our neglect or worship of our bodies is an act of sacrilege. The answer isn't balance, but perspective.