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Rod Carver

Rod Carver

Role: Senior Pastor
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Sun, Mar 29, 2020
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52 mins 21 secs
(Habakkuk, a book relevant to the world's dealing with Covid-19.) As Habakkuk's name means, "Embracer" or "One who embraces", Habakkuk is questioning why God uses the wicked to punish and correct the People of God. With that in mind, Pastor Rod gives 9 reasons to put all of your trust in God. Stop and think about how God has delivered, and will deliver, His people!
Wed, Mar 25, 2020
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59 mins 40 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in 2 Kings 21, where we see Manasseh, son of Hezekiah, reign as king over Judah. Manasseh was a wicked king, who caused Israel to sin more than the nations that Israel drove out the promised land. But as 2 Chronicles 33 says, Manasseh repented and God forgave and restored him. How great is the grace of God. Yet, even though Manasseh was forgiven, sin still had its consequences as his son Amon was also a wicked king. Let us live knowing that our actions now can affect generations after us.
Sun, Mar 22, 2020
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49 mins 10 secs
Pastor Rod teaches about the importance of preparation, purpose and peace. We live for Christ and we should remember His Holy Word is our guide. God calls us to shine as the sun. He wants us to have abundant life. Preparation leads to purpose and purpose leads to peace. Stay connected to Him always and join us in prayer.
Sun, Mar 08, 2020
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52 mins 13 secs
"Woe" in any language means "woe" as in something bad is coming. In Revelation 9:1-12, we see the first woe, a fallen angel, a fallen messenger of God... Satan.
Wed, Mar 04, 2020
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1 hr 1 mins 13 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in 2 Kings 20. We see in this story that Hezekiah, after the Lord answers Hezekiah's prayer to save his life from a sickness, Hezekiah shows the king of Babylon all the treasures of Israel. The Lord tells Hezekiah through Isaiah that because he did this, Babylon will one day take Judah captive. We must be careful who we let into our life, and what we show them and tell them. And even when we do tell people about our life, let us give God the glory and point people to Him.
Sun, Mar 01, 2020
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54 mins 10 secs
Pastor Rod teaches about the trumpets that are judgments from God. Although the judgments seem unjust, God is a Perfect Judge. And sometimes God has to do painful things to get our attention. Remember God shows us mercy at first and His Kindness is intended for us to turn from our sin. The good news is that all who believe are justified freely by His Grace.
Wed, Feb 26, 2020
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48 mins 36 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in 2 Kings 19, where we see God save Judah from the Assyrians. In this story we continue to see king Hezekiah go before the Lord as the king of Assyria continues to threaten him. And the result, God delivers Judah in a mighty way. Are you going through a trial? Do you feel like the odds are against you? Go before the Lord, He is mighty to save regardless of what your situation looks like.
Sun, Feb 23, 2020
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46 mins 20 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in Revelation 8, about the Seventh Seal. There is a pattern formed in this passage of scripture. Our time for silence, to be able learn to build a pause to hear God. Remember the importance of prayer, to accept His Gift, the privilege to fellowship with Our Father. And also preparation to see Our Father face to face.
Sun, Feb 16, 2020
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50 mins 27 secs
In this message, Pastor Rod teaches about the Tribulation Saints in Revelation 7:9-17. It is after the Church is raptured out of the world and will be an incredible time of revival, yet it IS NOT the time that you will want to wait to be saved. Be sure to invest in Heaven and all things eternal.
Sun, Feb 02, 2020
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53 mins 56 secs
In this study, Pastor Rod briefly recaps Chapters 1-6 before giving a detailed explanation of of Revelation 7:1-8. Although the contents describe a future event witnessed by John, everything noted is relevant to us today as Christians!