In the fourth message in the Friend of a Friend series, Pastor Andrew Gard reminds us that a ministry can be built in any context if Jesus is the master of ceremonies.
In the next message of our “Friend of a Friend” sermon series, Pastor Andrew Gard encourages us not to let rejection keep us from making an impact in the lives of others.
Continuing in our Friend of a Friend series, Andrew Gard teaches on the chain reaction that is created when we realize that our friendship with God can have greater implications than we can possibly fathom.
Andrew Gard begins a new series titled: Friend of a Friend, which explores the benefits of friendship with God. In week one of our sermon series - He Calls Me Friend - Andrew shares how religion offers a distant acquaintance, while Jesus offers close friendship.
This week, Pastor Jon Laurenzo shares how our reaction to our struggles will either make us sense Jesus more, or make us see Jesus less.
This week we hear from Christina Gard as she walks us through the story of the woman with the issue of blood. She uses her story as an example of how our reach sets the pace for our race.
This weekend, Andrew Gard reminds us that God is not looking for perfection, but is looking for commitment. We shouldn't just make a decision to follow Jesus...we must make a commitment to follow Him.
In the last message of our Philippians series: Owed Nothing...Given Everything, Andrew Gard reminds us that a debt erased should bring relief to not just us...but to those around us as well.
In this episode of SESSIONS, Pastor Andrew interviews longtime friend Dr. Kent Ingle, President of Southeastern University, one of America's fastest growing private Christian schools. The topic of this discussion is "being a lifelong learner."
Continuing in our Philippians series, Andrew Gard challenges us to let the reward of heaven inform the decisions we make, and the way we live every aspect of our lives.
In the next sermon of our "Book of Philippians series", Pastor Andrew explains how confidence comes from knowing our limitations and encourages us to look to God to fill in the limitation gap so He can do more in our lives.
In part three of our, "Philippians" series, Andrew Gard reminds us to walk in constant humility knowing that a posture of humility comes from knowing everything we have is from God.
Christina Gard teaches this week on “A Neighbor in Need”. She challenges us to meet needs around us by doing for one what we wish we could do for everyone
Pastor Andrew Gard, teaching out of chapter one in our new Philippians series, cautions us not to miss moments that matter because of our insecurities, lack of awareness, our past, or our pride.
In this episode of SESSIONS, Andrew interviews Pastor Scott Thomas of Free Life Chapel in Lakeland, Florida. This session is an important discussion about "pastoring a multi-cultural church."
Pastor Andrew Gard begins a new series on Philippians and encourages the church to lift their gaze as they make decisions realizing that moments impact more than just us and our current situations.
Our friend, Joel Milgate, joins us this week with an encouraging message: Falling is not Failing. Pastor Joel explains that falling isn't failing if our response when we fall is to return to Jesus
This Easter, Pastor Andrew Gard reminds us that Easter is a celebration of God’s ability to do the impossible. He reminds us that Jesus is not in the grave...He is with us.
This week, Pastor Christina Gard shares the significance of the passage, Jesus wept. She challenges us to have a heart that breaks for that which breaks the heart of God.
This week, our friend, Pastor Robert Madu in his message: The Water and the Wilderness, shares how critical it is how we apply the word of God to our lives.