We all face spiritual battles in our lives. Some of these battles lead us to a life of depression and fear. The good news is that we can be overcomers during these battles. Pastor Mark L. Williams shows us how we can be “More Than Conquerors” and prove that the devil is a defeated foe.
Have you ever felt as though everything is lost and there is no hope of recovering the past? Rest assured, it’s not over!! Join Pastor Mark L. Williams as he takes us on a journey through Joel 2:23-26, where God makes the promise, “I will make up to you for the years that the swarming locust has eaten…The creeping locust, the stripping locust and the gnawing locust…my great army which I sent among you.”
Do you ever feel the pressures and pains of life? Do you sometimes feel as though you are spinning out of control, and God barely has you in his sight? Then come to The Potter’s House. Join us as Pastor Mark L. Williams takes us on a visit to The Potter’s House…a place of revelation, reformation, and redemption.
During the time of Jesus, the cross was thought of as a place of cursedness. However, Jesus made the cross a royal standard for His Church. Join Pastor Mark L. Williams as he tells the story of 3 crosses. A cross of rejection, a cross of repentance, and a cross of reconciliation. A cross in sin, a cross to sin, and a cross for sin. A cross for sinners, a cross for a saint, and a cross for A Savior!
“They took palm branches and went out to meet him, shouting, ‘Hosanna!’ ‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!'”
The anticipation of Jesus on Palm Sunday was at a fever pitch as people waited to see him….little did they know that calamity was awaiting in just a few days. Join Pastor Mark L. Williams as he takes on the journey during the Passion Week beginning on Palm Sunday with the message “Jesus Coming as King”.
Fear touches us all, and we all go through storms in our lives. It is a living reality where we live and with who we are. Dr. Mark L. Walker, Vice-President of Ministerial Studies at Lee University, shares with us how the object of your faith can determine the outcome of your storm.