Pastor Kirk closes out this sermon series by applying the “Jesus Stack” to the life of Joseph and offers insight to how this principle can allow us to have the right perspective in our own lives.
Pastor Kirk continues the conversation about how we can live fruitful and effective lives no matter what gets thrown at us in life by uncovering more keys from the life of Joseph.
Pastor Kirk continues his conversation about being powerful people. In this sermon, he starts to examine the life of Joseph and how even though he was a victim, he never carried a victim mentality.
Our lives are going to bear fruit. When we engage in blame and accusation, our lives are going to bear the fruit of our fallen world and not the fruit of God’s kingdom.
Pastor Kirk continues his conversation from last Sunday about how having a thankful mindset allows us to think and act they way we are called to.
In this sermon, Pastor Kirk talks about how powerful people are thankful people and addresses the fact that thankfulness conditions the soil of our hearts to produce good fruit. On a scale of 1 to overflowing, how thankful is your heart?
Jesus was able to model perfect integrity for us in his words and actions because He had perfect integrity in His thoughts. When we sow competing thought patterns in our minds, such as hope and doubt, we find ourselves spinning in circles.
Pastor Kirk addresses how we can be victims right between our ears and how we can stop being victims when we start to resist “Victim Thinking” in our lives.
In this next sermon, Pastor Kirk takes a look at how a victim mentality and the need to blame are contributing to our powerlessness and robbing us of our fruitfulness.
Pastor Kirk launches into a new series titled, “Powerful People”. In this first sermon, he takes a look at what might be keeping us from bearing the fruit we are called to bear in any season of life.