Presented by Pastor Lynden on November 25, 2018
Proverbs 3:9, 10 tell us, “Honor the Lord with your possessions, and with the first fruits of all your increase, so your barns will be filled with plenty, and your vats will overflow with new wine. “ (NKJV). In the fourth installment of this series Pastor Lynden provides clear and definitive Godly instructions on the appropriate management of first fruits of the believer’s increase.
Presented by Pastor Lynden on November 18, 2018
Part three in this series connects Worship of our Lord to Godly stewardship. We must be careful not to place worship in a box that contains music and our favorite Christian songs. We can worship Christ with music but many things we do in our Christian lives are a demonstration of our worship. Jesus said those who worship God must worship Him in spirit and in truth. Godly stewardship starts with being faithful in the least so God can entrust more to us to accomplish that which He has called
Presented by Pastor Lynden on November 11, 2018
John 1:2, 3 read, “He was in the beginning with God. All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made.”(NKJV) As a result of the stewardship of Jesus, He was given authority over all things by our Father God. God the Father and God the Son desires to freely give us all things and requires us to be faithful in the least so we can be trusted with the much. This series will challenge the tight fisted closed heart believer to open both and
Presented by Pastor Lynden on November 4, 2018
This message is the first in the series designed to lay a foundation of knowledge and understanding of biblical and Godly stewardship. Lots of people are aware of “stewardship Sunday” in their local church but true everlasting stewardship is so much more than financial pledges. Stewardship is a way of life. Jesus in John 17:4 proclaims, “I have glorified you on the earth. I have finished the work which you have given me to do.” (NKJV) This statement exemplifies Christian stewardship. Open your heart and prepare to open your hands
Presented by Pastor Lynden on October 7, 2018
During this special service the Pastors and Associate Pastors of the WNC Freedom Center were honored and recognized for their many years of selfless service. The WNC Freedom Center members were taught on the scriptural duties and responsibilities of the Pastors toward the flock. The flock was instructed and taught on their duties and responsibilities toward their Pastors.
Presented by Pastor Lynden on September 23, 2018
1st John 1:5 states, “This is the message that we have heard from Him and declare to you, that God is light and in Him is no darkness at all.”(NKJV) Well-meaning, religious minded and tradition bound Christians often blame God for darkness in their lives; however, according to 1st John 1:5 there is no darkness in God so He is not in heaven handing out something He does not possess. Pastor Lynden’s message challenges the believer to align their words, thoughts, actions and beliefs in accordance with the knowledge of
Presented by Pastor Lynden on September 16, 2018
Pastor Lynden goes into great detail to describe an area mentioned in Mark 5:1-20. The area is Gadara. The geographical area had a lot of challenges and couple of residents, who were demon possessed, consistently tormented the people in the area. That is until Jesus Christ arrives. The arrival of Jesus made a significant difference in the area of Gadara. When a sinner allows Jesus to enter their heart and life through the free gift of salvation (eternal life) He will make a difference in their life. Check out this
Presented by Pastor Lynden on September 2, 2018
“You sure have your hands full” is a common phrase and is called an idiom. It is commonly used to describe someone who is experiencing a challenging set of circumstances. The WNC Freedom Center intercessory prayer team is specifically praying for God’s Holy Spirit to draw people back to Jesus Christ. As people are drawn to Christ and return to church it will be important for God’s children, who have remained faithful to their local church, to have their hearts full of the love, power and faith of Jesus Christ.
Presented by Pastor Lynden on August 19, 2018
1st Corinthians 2:9-10 reads, “But as it is written: “Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor have entered into the heart of man the things which God has prepared for those who love Him. But God has revealed them to us through His Spirit. For the Spirit searches all things, yes, the deep things of God.” (NKJV). I travel a great deal and until the last few years it was common to see numerous churches announcing the dates of a Revival on their marquis. I don’t see that much
Presented by Pastor Lynden on August 5, 2018
Nehemiah lives in a time when the people of God had a cold hearted indifference toward God. During this time of exile Nehemiah was trusted by the king and served as his cupbearer. He stood between the king and death. He literally became God’s prophet to carry out the prophecy of Daniel 9:25 as God chose him to stand between God’s people and death. His prayer of revival and restoration is outlined in detail in this message by Pastor Lynden.
Presented by Pastor Lynden on July 22, 2018
The ultimate purpose of the Church is to bring honor and glory to its head, Jesus Christ. Just as responsible loving parents do not simply bring a child into the world and then leave it to fend for itself, the church should not abandon the flock to fend for themselves at the time of trouble and adversity. Hosea 4:6 says, “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. Because you have rejected knowledge; I will also reject you from being priest for me, because you have forgotten the law of
Presented by Pastor Lynden on July 15, 2018
The law of gravity is invisible but we all know it works. When I was a young boy about eight years of age I tied one of my mom’s best bath towels around my neck hoping to duplicate the power in the cape of superman. I proceeded to disobey my “mother’s law”, and with the assistance of my older brother, climbed onto the roof of our home and leaped off. Less than a second later, as I lay on the ground trying to get back the breath that had been