Study of Romans 12:2 and other references to transformation as a process rather than just an instant. Meal worms become beetles rather than butterflies.
Luke 24 contains the story of the days immediately after the Crucifixion of Jesus. Kingwood children read and sing about it, Peter Ellis story-tells about the road to Emmaus, and Pastor Dave explains Jesus’ visit to the group.
Matthew 2:1-12 tells the story of the magi from the East. In this message Peter Ellis shows the world mission focus of this story with emphasis on how God speaks to people in a variety of ways to draw them to himself.
Exposition of Exodus 13–the Red Sea Crossing. Sub-title is “The End of a chapter, not the end of the story” to show that while the Red Sea crossing, like receiving Christ, is a major event, it’s really just the beginning of a journey filled with exciting events. Peter Ellis is associate pastor for youth and worship.
Peter Ellis speaks on Paul’s way of dealing with life’s difficulties, especially persecution. Based on 2 Corinthians 11 and 12.
Using Luke 24 Peter Ellis shows how Jesus introduces himself after the resurrection, thereby modeling a Gospel-sharing method.
Fear is not always bad. Fear is biblical and helps us keep God as God. Message by Peter Ellis on Philippians 2:5-12