Nos Béquilles , Sa Table

David a vaincu Goliath, mais par la suite, sa vie n’a été qu’une succession de rencontres qui lui ont ôté tout soutien naturel. Dieu a pris ses béquilles et l’a aidé à apprendre à se reposer sur Lui seul et les provisions de Sa table. (1 Samuel 18-20 ; Psaume 73:18-19) Intervenant(s) : Pasteur Thomas Schaller, Pasteur Steven Scibelli […]

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Notre Concept de Dieu

Considérez la question qui est Dieu ? Nous sommes étonnés de sa nature. Comprendre  qui nous adorons, nous laisse brisé et émerveillé. Le concept d’un “petit Dieu” conduit  à une vie de péché. (Michée 6 :3 ; Luc 7 :37-50) Intervenant(s) : Pasteur Thomas Schaller, Pasteur Eugene Davis Sermon 12062 Culte de 11h00, le 21/03/21  

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Plus Désirable que l’Or

Beaucoup voient la Parole de Dieu comme un ensemble de choses à faire et à ne pas faire. C’est bien plus que cela. La Parole est vivante pour nous rendre sages à salut. La Parole ravive et restaure. Cela construit en nous un sentiment d’honneur et de valeur, envers nous-mêmes et les autres. (Psaume 19:7-13) […]

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The message of God at work in our world has been communicated to us. We have heard the stories and testimonies of Moses and Israel, of the Apostles, of Paul and his missionary adventures. Let’s live in the vision that these stories inspire in us. (Acts 14:19-26; Psalm 44:1; Deuteronomy 11:18-20) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller Sermon 12050 […]

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Love, Joy, Community (french)

We have found love in Christ and in the Church. In Him and among His people, we can escape the labels that people lay upon us. We have found joy and this safeguards from temptation. We understand what is really valuable and we refuse to enter into judgment. Rather, we rejoice that mercy is given […]

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Love, Joy, Community (Spanish)

We have found love in Christ and in the Church. In Him and among His people, we can escape the labels that people lay upon us. We have found joy and this safeguards from temptation. We understand what is really valuable and we refuse to enter into judgment. Rather, we rejoice that mercy is given […]

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We can live in amusement — an existence marked by non-thinking. Or, we can live in the edification of the Body of Christ. The Church is a gift to us. There, we find exhortation, relationship, joy, and comfort. We can be built up in the midst of a culture that’s falling apart. (1 Corinthians 14:3-6, […]

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