"trust" Tagged Sermons

"trust" Tagged Sermons

God's Plan Is Worth The Wait

God's Plan Is Worth The Wait

See the Christmas story from the perspective of Simeon. He’s a less mentioned character who can help us see that God’s story is worth waiting for. The time is NOW to invite your family, friends, neighbors, coworkers, fellow students and others to be a part of the excitement and growth happening at WEAG. All are welcome as we draw closer to Christ’s love and grace! About WEAGWhat you’ll find at WEAG is a diverse, vibrant church community in Richmond VA…

How Trust Outweighs Questions

Mary’s perspective can show us that sometimes God will ask us to do things outside of our comfort zone. Even in the midst of pain and hardship, trust needs to outweigh our questions. The time is NOW to invite your family, friends, neighbors, coworkers, fellow students and others to be a part of the excitement and growth happening at WEAG. All are welcome as we draw closer to Christ’s love and grace! About WEAGWhat you’ll find at WEAG is a…
Re-Discover Joy! | Tony Robinson

Re-Discover Joy! – Joyride pt5

Re-discover joy by knowing and trusting God regardless of your circumstances. Overcome the Joy Jammers of fear, selfishness, bitterness, sin/guilt, and isolation. Pastor Tony Robinson delivers a personal message of struggle and outlines six steps to rediscover joy regardless of your past and life circumstances. Invite your friends along for this final stretch of our summer Joyride journey. Simply share the link to this sermon. Invite your friends along for this final stretch of our summer Joyride journey. Simply share…

Controlling Money – Broken & Beautiful pt7

Got money? Or does money have you? Gotta have it. Yet, yet money can easily have us. Just as there are two sides to every coin, there are two opposing perspectives to dealing with money. Watch as Lead Pastor Shane Schlesman delivers a message on the subject of finances to align our thinking and habits with Jesus. Shane also challenges us to pursue two 3-month challenges…Challenge 1: Keep track of your spending for the summer. A little over 2 months.…