The Bible is filled with men and women who were regular, flawed humans with messy and imperfect stories. But through God’s divine power, He gave them great and precious promises that enabled them “to share His divine nature” (2 Peter 1:4). The good news for each of us today is that we too share His divine nature!
No matter who you are—even if you feel like you’ve messed up too badly—you can still be used by God. Through Pastor Robert’s new series, Divinely Human, you’ll discover you cannot mess up too much for God’s grace to cover you! In fact, He has an even greater plan for your life than you could ever imagine!
A Better Covenant
Pastor Robert begins his new series, Divinely Human, by encouraging us with the reminder that God still uses imperfect people because of His new covenant with humanity.
Pastor Robert continues his series Divinely Human by sharing that even though we are human and make mistakes, God can still use us to build His kingdom like He used Peter the disciple.
Abraham and Sarah
Pastor Robert continues his series Divinely Human by sharing that even though we may struggle with trusting God and His promises, He is still faithful to fulfill His words to us.
Moses and Zipporah
Pastor Robert continues his series Divinely Human by reminding us through the story of Moses and Zipporah that even when we may see ourselves as disqualified or others speak against us, God equips us for His perfect work.
Pastor Robert continues his series Divinely Human by sharing how John the apostle witnessed Jesus do great things and how we can witness Him do great things in and through our lives too.
Mary and Martha
Pastor Robert continues his series Divinely Human by showing us how God can transform simple, human moments into divine encounters with Him.
Pastor Robert continues his series Divinely Human by teaching us that we have to surrender control and be born of the Spirit to become true partakers of the divine nature.
Pastor James Morris continues the series Divinely Human by reminding us that in order to operate in God’s divine nature, we must be willing to obey God and allow Him to work in and through us.