In this message, “You’re A Piece Of Work!”, Pastor Kenny reminds us of who we are in Christ and that Jesus is purposed in maturing us, the church, so that we embrace and join Him in the work that He has prepared for us to do in this time and space in history.
“Making Disciples” is the seventh sermon in the series “I Will Build My Church”. Pastor Kenny calls us to give ourselves to the great commission; go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teach them to observe all that I have commanded you.
“A More Excellent Way” is the sixth sermon in the series “I Will Build My Church”. Pastor Kenny reminds us that the gifts of the Spirit are to function with love and as we the body of Christ come to gather and function in the gifts and love together we, the body of Christ, become a living expression of Jesus for people to experience the Love of God.
“Belonging To The Church” is the fifth sermon in the series “I Will Build My Church”. Pastor Kenny calls us to be functional members of the local church. He reminds us that each of us is a member of Jesus’ body and that we each belong to Him and each other and that we are called to use our gifts and function in the role God places us so the body will be built up and mature into the community He desires.
“Kingdom Community” is the fourth sermon in the series “I Will Build My Church”. Pastor Kenny reminds us of the devotion of the early church; devotion to the apostle’s teaching, fellowship or koinonia, break bread and prayer. He called us to devote ourselves to the same and we would be transformed by His Spirit to be the community He desires us to be.
“Birth Of The Church” is the third sermon in the series “I Will Build My Church”. Pastor Kenny reminds us that the Holy Spirit is the one makes the birth, life and mission of the church possible; and that the Holy Spirit comes to fill and empower each and every believer, baptizing them into the body of Christ and working in them to be a functional member of the local church.