This week we begin a new sermon series called Behind Enemy Lines. In this series, we will look at a few names given to our enemy and how those names explain his battle plan against us. With this understanding, we will learn how to withstand the attacks and fight back! In this message we will discover how to fight Satan, the Accuser.
This week we begin a quick series called “Emmanuel,” which means “God with us.” In this series we will look at a few things we can expect if God is with us, and we start this week by talking about the healing.
The message this week begins with an update from members of the Destiny Church Leadership. Pastor Kirk shares insights from 2 Chronicles 20:22-26. Join us at one of our weekend services this Sunday! 9:00 & 10:35 am.
In this week's message, Christmas At The Movies, we look into the classics for the meaning for the season. This week, Pastor Sheldon looks at the ways to have a Christmas reconciliation. This only comes by no longer living in offense - with God and each other.
In part 2 of the Legacy series, we acknowledge the fact that if you want to leave a lasting legacy, you have to give. In this message, Pastor Sheldon examines more deeply the kind of givers God has called us to be.
In the final message of the Emotional Vampires series, Pastor Sheldon discusses the power depression can have over our lives. Yet, we don't have to live stuck in the pit. God gives us a simple and practical prescription for this potentially paralyzing vampire.
In today’s message we hear testimony of the IMPACT God is making within the Brown County Jail system through the ministry of Chaplain Karen Konrad, and members of Destiny Church. We’ve been created for Impact!
In part 2 of the Emotional Vampires series, Pastor Sheldon talks about the comparison trap. If we're not careful, this emotion will eat you up. Discover what this emotion does and how we can release ourselves from its grip.
In today's message, we start a new sermon series entitled, Emotional Vampires. These are the emotions that we experience that have the capability to suck the life out of us. In this message, Pastor Sheldon goes right at one of the biggest culprits, resentment, and learn how to get out of its life-sucking grip.
In the final part of the I DIDN’T SAY THAT! sermon series, Pastor Sheldon looks at the paradox of Jesus statement, “Do not judge!” Be cautious, because what it means might not match up with what you think.
In today's message, Pastor Sheldon challenges the misquote that says, "God just wants me to be happy!" Instead, God wants you to know His joy. We look at the difference between happiness and joy, and where joy comes from.
Today’s Super Hero is Moses. His life started out as just and ordinary guy doing his ordinary job when one day he had a defining moment that changed the destiny of thousands of lives. Check out how God uses ordinary people to do the extraordinary.