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Crisis of Pride

  • Pastor Todd Gaston
  • 01/03/2021
  • 34

The revelation from Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show his servants what must soon take place. He made it known by sending his angel to his servant John. Revelation 1:1. The Book of Revelation is a challenging book about battle and final victory of God. The crisis of the Ephesus was PRIDE. Ephesus was a successful church, and success can lead to pride. First Love means: Is Jesus first? Has your love faded from how you loved first?

Crisis Of Suffering

  • Pastor Todd Gaston
  • 01/10/2021
  • 45

The church of Smyrna was about to suffer persecution and be tested by the devil, but the time of testing would not last that long. The church was in the middle of a struggle of good and evil but God would ultimately win.  Jesus wants us to continue in the midst of hardship and difficulty. Let suffering reset you priorities.

Crisis of Compromise

  • Pastor Todd Gaston
  • 01/17/2021
  • 45

What will the church of Pergamum do when faced with compromising what they know is true? Will these believers surrender to Jesus, His Word, and His ways? Or will they surrender to Rome’s power and live like the rest of world? What would you do?

Crisis of Deception

  • Keith Smith
  • 01/17/2021
  • 42

Jesus brags on the Church of Thyatira. It was the model church of the day. The kind you would want to attend. Does that sound like The Mount. But when Jesus called out the church, it wasn’t because someone was sinning. It was because they “tolerated” teaching that went against the Truth he already declared.

Crisis of Complacency

  • Pastor Todd Gaston
  • 01/31/2021
  • 35

This past year 2020 was a year of crisis. Like the Church of Sardis, it’s natural to long for Cries of Complacency. Are you complacent? Has your life bred you to be self-satisfied while ignoring the dangers and the deficiencies? Are you making the right plans for your life?

Crisis of Missed Opportunity

  • Pastor Todd Gaston
  • 02/07/2021
  • 40

Crisis of Lukewarm

  • Pastor Andrew Sergre
  • 02/14/2021
  • 39


  • Pastor Todd Gaston and Brian Morton
  • 03/07/2021
  • 52

Let’s become intentional about growing in our knowledge of and relationships with people of other cultures. Taking the initiative to spend time together begins to break down false assumptions. Real relationships are formed, and mutual respect fosters mutual growth. This creates life-giving environments for all involved, regardless of race, gender, and class. It’s a witness to our community and world when we are undivided.