"serve [God] with an undivided heart and a willing mind.” - 1 Chron. 28:9 (GNB) Often we can get get distracted, our focus can drift, and our heart can become divided. God’s desire for us is to not just start but to finish well. He wants us to mature spiritually, walk in greater freedom and victory, and to know more of himself. May King David’s charge to Solomon echo to us. David’s charge and desire for Solomon was that he would serve God with an “undivided heart.” He states in 1 Chronicles 28:9 “And you, Solomon my son, know the God of your father and serve him with a whole [undivided] heart and with a willing mind, for the Lord searches all hearts and understands every plan and thought.” Solomon did encounter God and was greatly blessed but in the end "when Solomon was old his wives turned away his heart after other gods, and his heart was not wholly [undivided] true to the Lord his God” (1 Kings 11:4). We want more of God in our lives and we want to see God move in our nation. We want to have undivided hearts. “We will never have time for prayer - we must make time" -Richard Foster

Is My Heart Planning to Persevere?

What is the most importance change you could make this year? What about heart change? In discussing the vision of having an undivided heart that pursues Jesus before all else, this teaching examines one crucial step – repentance. Looking at Psalm 32, Pastor Brett discusses how repentance is not a punishment but a gift. We aren’t to resist exposing our hearts before God. If we are going to have our hearts change then we must repent.

Luke 11:1-13
January 22, 2017

Is My Heart Ready to Change?

What is the most importance change you could make this year? What about heart change? In discussing the vision of having an undivided heart that pursues Jesus before all else, this teaching examines one crucial step – repentance. Looking at Psalm 32, Pastor Brett discusses how repentance is not a punishment but a gift. We aren’t to resist exposing our hearts before God. If we are going to have our hearts change then we must repent.

Psalm 32
January 15, 2017

Have I Checked My Heart Lately?

Have you ever wondered if God is pleased with our goals and hopes? If he was to make our resolutions would they be different? Pastor Brett looks at King David’s charge to Solomon and how it can echo to us. The charge to serve God with “an undivided heart.”

1 Chronicles 28:9-10
January 9, 2017