Our mission is to lead people to KNOW God personally, GROW in their relationship with Jesus Christ, and GO in ministry.
Invite you to develop a personal relationship with Jesus. We believe God wants a close and personal relationship with you that will impact every aspect of your life. He can be known personally, and we want you to know Him. You will get to know God as you read the Bible daily, reflect on it, and pray asking God to direct your every move. Your relationship with Him will be strengthened as you gather with others each and every week at our Sunday Celebration Service. A personal relationship with Jesus is the key that unlocks the power of God in your life.
Join with others for on-going growth and encouragement The goal as you travel on your spiritual journey is to grow closer to God and other Christ followers through biblical community. At Storehouse, we connect together weekly in small groups to grow spiritually, emotionally, and relationally. This happens as each group explores the truths of Scripture, prays for one another, encourages each other, and applies God’s Word to their lives.
Every person can make a difference by putting their love for God and others into action through using their time, talents, and resources to impact our world. We help you discover your God-given talents and provide opportunities for you to contribute in the church, in our local communities, and in the world.
- An authentic Biblical community that gathers publicly and from house-to-house.
- A partner with regional service agencies, making a tangible difference.
- An incubator of new groups, leaders, pastors, and churches.
Although our approach is anything but traditional, we are a Free Methodist Church and believe in and maintain a conservative theological position. Distinctives: Free Methodist Church Doctrine: Free Methodist Church
Jamison Nesta - January 28, 2018
All Kinds of Prayers for All Kinds of People
From Series: "Dig Deep"
It's easy to be enamored by what we display on the surface. Our title, status, achievements, and impression are a reflection of who we are, but the real us is found within - deep within. In our study of 1 Timothy we will look at Paul's instruction to young Timothy to direct his focus on the work of Jesus within him. We will be challenged to deepen our spiritual roots as we trust God to produce the outward and visible fruit. The depth we are willing to go, is determined by the value of what we believe will be found when we dig deep.
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