Oct 18, 2017
Through The Bible 2 Kings 6:24 – 7:20
How do you respond to bad situations?
Do you play the blame game and blame someone else?
Do you act in total disbelief and doubt what is really going on?
Do you use reasoning and try to make sense out of what’s going on?
Or do you disregard self and give what you have in order to bring hope to those buried in fear? 
God’s plan is always bigger than our vision. We may see the problem staring us in the face, but we have to stretch beyond our own vision to see the bigger picture:  God’s will coming to fruition.
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  • Oct 18, 2017Through The Bible 2 Kings 6:24 – 7:20
    Oct 18, 2017
    Through The Bible 2 Kings 6:24 – 7:20
    How do you respond to bad situations?
    Do you play the blame game and blame someone else?
    Do you act in total disbelief and doubt what is really going on?
    Do you use reasoning and try to make sense out of what’s going on?
    Or do you disregard self and give what you have in order to bring hope to those buried in fear? 
    God’s plan is always bigger than our vision. We may see the problem staring us in the face, but we have to stretch beyond our own vision to see the bigger picture:  God’s will coming to fruition.
  • Oct 15, 2017The Ministry of an Apostle 1 Corinthians 9
    Oct 15, 2017
    The Ministry of an Apostle 1 Corinthians 9
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    Series: (All)
    "Let me ask this question to you today: ARE PEOPLE'S LIVES CHANGING BECAUSE OF THE WAY YOU LIVE YOUR LIFE?  On an everyday basis, do people see you and say, "Wow!  You know, there's something different about that person.  I'd like to become like that!   If not, we need to reevaluate the way that we're living and say, "Hey, you know what?  The way that I'm living is not changing lives."
    -Excerpt from today's message:  The Ministry of an Apostle, by Pastor Dwayne Dasher
     
     
     
  • Oct 8, 2017Freedom in Christ 1 Corinthians 8
    Oct 8, 2017
    Freedom in Christ 1 Corinthians 8
     
    The new church in Corinth had some questions for Paul, and ones worth addressing today.  
     
    When someone does something, though socially acceptable, that may offend a new believer or deter a potential believer, what should you do?  Act as if everything is just fine or should I sacrifice something as to not derail what they perceive as wrong, even though it's not technically wrong to me?
     
    The list for what could be perceived as being morally wrong is too long to put in a post.  We may think it's ok, but it's not to someone else.
     
    In this message, Pastor Dwayne Dasher digs into the heart of the matter:  what WE should do when it may be a stumbling block to someone else.
  • Oct 4, 2017Through the Bible: 2 Kings 4 & 5
    Oct 4, 2017
    Through the Bible: 2 Kings 4 & 5
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    In 2 Kings 4 & 5, Pastor Dwayne Dasher contrasts the false god, Baal, with the true God, Yahweh, throughout the the miracles performed by Elijah and Elisha.  Baal was the god of water, fire, the harvest and life.   Too many times the misled  Israelites worshiped this false god praying for things that just wouldn't come.  But God through the two prophets in many situations took a direct stab at this false god proving time and time again who is the real God.
  • Oct 2, 2017Grow, Go and Know 1 Corinthians 7:17-40
    Oct 2, 2017
    Grow, Go and Know 1 Corinthians 7:17-40
     
    Where were you before you knew Christ?
    Where are you now as a believer in Christ?  
    Where are you headed?  
    What do you need to work on?  
     
    The new church of Corinth was bombarding Paul with questions like these as they fumbled around like a child learning to walk.  Paul was able to calm their nerves by letting them know that the first step in faith isn't necessarily the hardest step at all.  Sometimes you just have to grow a little where you are currently planted.  Then, as God leads, go to where your next step is.  But you must know God's voice, will, and intent for you.
     
    This passage speaks more directly to the social dynamic of his day, but the intent transcends generations.  We, too, though walking different paths, are called to do the same thing.  Pastor Dwayne Dasher makes this more applicable to us in our generation and challenges us to see where we are, recognize where to go, and to discern God's will for our life.
     
  • Sep 27, 2017Through the Bible 2 Kings Chapter 1 & 2
    Sep 27, 2017
    Through the Bible 2 Kings Chapter 1 & 2
    We continue our journey through the Bible into 2 Kings where we see that last of Elijah and the beginning of the ministry of Elisha.
     
    There is quite a bit of things that take place in this scripture, but one thing remains true:  God is speaking and His prophets are listening.  With each step they take, either protective or aggressive, God is there guiding them with each step.
  • Sep 24, 2017Concerning Divorce and Remarrying 1 Corinthians 7:10-15
    Sep 24, 2017
    Concerning Divorce and Remarrying 1 Corinthians 7:10-15
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    Series: (All)
     
    This week, Pastor Dwayne Dasher continues going through the book of 1 Corinthians and digs into Paul's teachings on divorce and remarrying.  It can safely be said that we know someone who has gone through rough marriage that has ended in divorce.  But what is God's stance on this prevalent subject?  Pulling from scripture, we are assured that though divorce is a sin, God loves the sinner.  
  • Sep 20, 2017Through the Bible: 1Kings 19:1-18
    Sep 20, 2017
    Through the Bible: 1Kings 19:1-18
    We are continuing our journey through the Bible on Wednesday nights.  Pastor Dwayne picks up in 1 Kings 19 talking about Elijah and what he goes through after magnificent defeat of the 850 prophets and Baal, and then dealing with a death threat from Jezebel.   Whether on a high or a low, whether God is demonstrating His power through fire or earthquakes, He is still the soft whisper in our hearts.
     
     
  • Sep 17, 2017The Storms to Come Matthew 14
    Sep 17, 2017
    The Storms to Come Matthew 14
    It's only human nature to want to call upon God when problems are staring us in the face.  
     
    But did you ever think about building up your faith BEFORE the storm comes?  
     
    In this message, Pastor Dwayne does a different spin on Matthew 14 and shows us a bit more than just Jesus walking on water.  He talks about how to be prepared in faith for the storm, how to endure the storm, and how thrive after the storm.
  • Sep 14, 2017The Heart of a Servant: Matthew 25:31-46
    Sep 14, 2017
    The Heart of a Servant: Matthew 25:31-46
    In this special message, Pastor Dwayne Dasher has just returned from working with the Salvation Army in Houston, Texas, after Hurricane Harvey.  Upon him returning back to the Savannah area, Hurricane Irma already swept through the area and the church building was without power.  Knowing that we needed to come together as a church body after this natural disaster,  we rigged up a generator to get the lights and fans going in the sanctuary.  We apologize for the weaker than normal audio as we weren't able to record with our normal equipment.  But even through all of this, the Pastor's testimony of how God was clearly at work throughout his journey to Texas and back was exactly what we all need to be reminded of.