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<br /> <br /> Faith is critical to salvation. It is through faith that we are saved, and it is literally impossible to please God without it. Bishop O’Neal uses Mary Magdalene’s life to teach us a lesson in real faith.<br /> . . . More
Do you question your position in life? Do you feel like you stick out like a sore thumb sometimes? In this Bible Study, Pastor Anthony Hutchins teaches the believer that we are strategically placed within our families, communities, and employment. We are . . . More
Are you an effective listener? Or do you hear in bits and pieces? As a believer, we have the promise of hearing God's voice. However, we tend to surround ourselves with distractions that prevent us from walking out or speaking God's promises. In . . . More
If you have ever underestimated your affiliation with God, now is the perfect time to cease second guessing what He has instilled in you. In this Bible study, Bishop Rosie S. O’neal encourages us to go out into the world and cast out evil using the . . . More
Teens, do you want to sidestep drama or avoid the saddest song ever sung, coulda, shoulda, woulda? How about living a life that is so awesome that others wish that they could be you or a life that blows other people away?
What is holiness as it relates to Christians? Bishop Rosie S. O’neal illustrates how marriage is patterned after the relationship Christians should have with God. Committing adultery on God? Vows alone neither guarantee a strong, loving marriage nor . . . More
So you’ve chosen to live holy, now what? What does living holy look like? We need a role model for holiness, who better than Job. Job’s example shows us holiness doesn’t demand poverty, neither will it exempt you from . . . More
<br /> We’ve learned that holiness is a passion to please God that shows up in our every choice. It is less about what you surrender, and more about what you pursue. How can you guarantee you aren’t doing wrong? Do . . . More
Bishop Rosie O'neal teaches us that, as Christians, God must be the driving force in our lives. Through our righteous living, we are to be the light in darkness. Bishop reminds us that having a conviction protects us from the deceits of the devil because . . . More
Got vision? In this life-changing sermon, Bishop Rosie O'neal teaches us that a vision is just a snapshot of God’s intent for our futures. However, we must understand that it doesn’t come without a price. One must fervently pray, consistently . . . More
Everyone, at some point, has felt a sense of loneliness as if God has forgotten about them. Well, He hasn’t. In this Bible study, Bishop Rosie S. O’Neal reminds us that we always have to respect what God is doing in someone else’s life. . . . More
In this dynamic teaching, Bishop Rosie O'neal instills in us that we must have a deep conviction about God's promises. Using 2 Kings 3:16 as a point of reference, she asks the question, "Where are your ditches?" In other words, where is proof that you . . . More
Pastor Sheryl Brady brings a dynamic word at our Worship and Wisdom Conference about how God can use us for great things! When we give our “not enough” to the God of more than enough, great blessings come forth. God is able to use imperfect . . . More