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A Glimmer of Hope (Isaiah 7:1-17)

Pastor Troy Billow speaks of many of the political conditions that led to the prophecy of the virgin birth of Jesus Christ. What's interesting is that many of these conditions are resurfacing and coming to a boil today.

He Holds the Future (Revelation 5:1-10)

When Christ was on earth, he spoke of the last days as days that will only get worse and worse over time. They don't get any better. However, while the world continues to descend further into turmoil, chaos, pain, and uncertainty, God still holds the future in His hands, and he has predestined a victory for those who trust Him now in their lives, and for His plan of victory in the future.

Ministry Abroad (Acts 2:1-8)

Special Guest Jonas Brenneman, a missionary with Converge (an organization that specializes in church building throughout the world) speaks of his Amish background, his aspirations to evangelize in Germany, and How God has worked in his life to inspire and enable him to be a missionary.

A Thankful Heart Brings Jesus Joy (Luke 17:11-19)

Pastor Troy Billow shows us the similarities between face coverings, social distancing, and quarantining pertaining to the 10 lepers (and the OT policies that addressed leprosy) and similar policies applied today in the midst of COVID-19. It shows us our need to be thankful for things like these, not just because they're amazing and interesting to look into, but because of the compassionate nature of who God is, and the powerful benefits of applying his word to keep people protected.

There Is Another King (Acts 17:1-9)

Despite all of the turmoil, all of the politics, all of the fighting and intimidation that is so prevalent in this world, there is another King who will rule and reign, and its important that we keep that in focus.

The Good Shepherd (Psalm 23)

Pastor John Billow walks us through Psalm 23 and its fundamentals in the midst of disappointment, setbacks, and feelings of despair.

Midnight Song (Acts 16:25-40)

Pastor Troy Billow delivers a message on the impact and witness your faith has when you or somebody you know goes through tough ordeals (whether real or perceived), and they not only remain faithful, but express unassailable joy despite them.

Mob Rule (Acts 16:16-24)

Pastor Troy Billow teaches on spiritual warfare in the sense that the same spirit that stirred up contention against Paul and Silas is the same spirit that stirred up the crowds against Jesus and His people today.

Closed Doors, Open Hearts (Acts 16:5-15)

In this message, Pastor Troy Billow speaks on how people may close their hearts to the Gospel, but at the same time God is working in other people's lives to open their hearts to receiving it.


Follow the Leader (Matthew 16:21-27)

Jesus said that whoever wants to be His disciples must deny themselves, pick up their cross, and follow Him. In this message, Pastor John Billow lays out three different "crosses" that we all struggle with (rooted in our fleshy nature), and offers perspective and insight regarding each one.