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  • Allegiance #4 - Breaking The Cycle Of Pride

    10/23/16 - Pastor Mark Jobe - Continues in the book of Daniel and explains that we might be in a cycle that we are unaware of, and that is the cycle of pride. Daniel 4: 1-37 (10-23-16)

  • Allegiance #3 - 10-16-16 Josiah Jobe Stand Up

    10/16/16 - We can choose the easy way out when life gets tough, but what are we suppose to choose? Josiah Jobe takes us through the book of Daniel chapter 3 verses 13-25 and explains how our choices define us and the freedom we can find in them.

  • Allegiance #3 - 10-16-16 Josiah Jobe Stand Up

    10/16/16 - 10/16/16ŃJosiah Jobe - We can choose the easy way out when life gets tough, but what are we suppose to choose? Josiah Jobe takes us through the book of Daniel chapter 3 verses 13-25 and explains how our choices define us and the freedom we can find in the

  • Allegiance #2 - Don't Waste Your Crisis

    10/09/16 - Pastor Mark Jobe- Today we learn from the Book of Daniel that one of the key times God uses to shape us, mold us and strengthen us are times of crisis. Many times we complain about our circumstances when we should be viewing them as opportunities to once

  • Allegiance #1 - The Power of Resolve

    10/02/16 - Pastor Mark Jobe - Daniel 1:1-21

  • ALL IN #2 - Shape Me, I Want to Grow

    09/18/16 - Pastor Mark Jobe - God loves you just the way you are, but He refuses to leave you that way. He wants you to be just like Jesus. The goal of a disciple is to become like the teacher. There is an important sense in which every Christian must be a teacher,

  • ALL IN #1 - Come Follow

    09/11/16 - Pastor Mark Jobe - Jesus has called those that follow him to be ALL IN. This means that we reject the commonly watered-down, self-centered view of Christianity. To be ALL IN means that we ask Jesus to be the Lord over every aspect of our life. We expect a