In today’s passage the author implores us again, to remember the faithfulness of God and to remain in the hope that can only be found and sustained in the Son of God, the Lord Jesus Christ. This hope is so sure and safe, that our trust in God will increase and protect us from considering other options when we are facing difficult season in life.
What is keeping you from the filling of the Holy Spirit? This filling isn’t a one-time thing…it is continual. Are you continually being filled?
On Sunday, March 3, 2019, Gil Blanco visited Gateway from Mexicali. Listen to his sermon here!
On Sunday, February 24, we hosted International Worker Penny Iverson from Taiwan.
“Today is my day, I need encouragement!” If this is you today, take heart! God provides faith sustaining encouragement!
Jesus was made fully human to meet you in the shoes you are walking and to show you he loves you. As we continue in our study of Hebrews, search the scriptures to hear why Jesus is Better and He’s Been There.
In the chaos of life, who are you listening to? Have you drifted away from Jesus? On Sunday, January 27, Pastor Mike Marczak encouraged us to return to Jesus and listen to Him.
In the first sermon in our Hebrews series, Pastor Gary Weston points out that this book is a sermon, rather than a letter and while we are going through this book in the next few months, we should be ready to be called to commit ourselves to Christ more deeply, and passionately, and steadfastly than ever before because Jesus is better…
On January 13, 2019, Pastor Gary Weston preached the second sermon in our Faith-Filled Giving series.
Where you spend your time and money is an indicator of what is important to you. Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. On Sunday, January 6, Pastor Gary Weston began a two-part series on Faith-Filled Giving.
On Sunday, December 30, 2018, Pastor Gary Weston preached our New Year’s message – What Does God Want for You?
God isn’t a vending machine; you don’t put in a dollar and get a dollar’s worth of answers. God is more like an ocean, as soon as you jump into his presence, you can swim and keep reaching new depths of his care for you, but it’s up to you how deep you want to go. In this sermon from our service on December 16, 2018, we continue our sermon series in James: Doing Truth – Keep Praying.
God has a time for everything he brings into our lives. Our Father stands at the door, ready to spring into action, to offer us hope in our dark moments of suffering if we will call out to him.
On Sunday, December 2, we had a special service focused on Missions and our part in God’s plan for Missions. Listen as Pastor Gary Weston preaches on Sending.
Have you become the sovereign authority of your life? Is God treated as a distant cousin in your life? On Sunday, November 25th, Pastor Mike Marczak preached this sermon: Misplaced Sovereignty, as a continuation of our Doing Truth sermon series.
Our job is to love others and believe the best about them and leave judgment up to God. In our continuing sermon series, Doing Truth, Pastor Mike Marczak tackles the difficult subject of judgement.
First Rule of Holes — When you find yourself in one, stop digging. Find out more in this sermon from the book of James. This is a continuation of our Doing Truth sermon series.