VS: Marriage

As we continue in the “VS” series, we’re looking at another opponent in our lives and faith. We’re tacking the topic of marriage, looking at the reality that it is both beautiful and difficult.


This weeks message from Steve Carpenter is from our Atoka Campus.  If you missed the message or want to hear it again, listen on-line or tune in to our podcast. 


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VS: Addiction

There are so many things that we struggle with.In this series is we’ll face our greatest opponents head on. Even the ones that we have a hard time being honest about. In this message, we’ll start with addiction.


This weeks message from Steve Carpenter is from our Atoka Campus.  If you missed the message or want to hear it again, listen on-line or tune in to our podcast. 


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All In: Generosity

King David was one of the wealthiest and most powerful kings in the history of Israel. In fact, David was so grateful to God for all his blessings, that he wanted to do something for God with his great wealth. In the midst of all of this, God would teach David an important lesson that we all need to learn:

“God doesn’t need our money, but He wants our hearts.”

By observing David, we can learn some important principles when it comes to giving and what it means to be ALL IN with our possessions. Today, we’ll see how David went ALL IN with the mission of God.

Money can quickly replace God in our hearts if we are not watchful of the way we use it. It can steal away our heart from God and become the thing that we hope in.

“Command those who are rich in this present age, not to be haughty, nor to trust in uncertain riches, but in the Living God, who gives us richly all things to enjoy. Let them do good, that they may be rich in good works, ready to give, willing to share, storing up for themselves a good foundation for the time to come. . . .”
I Timothy 6:17-19

God invites us to give, not because He needs our money, but so that we can go to war against the idolatry that corrupts our hearts.

“The primary purpose of giving is not that God would get the money out of our pockets, but that He would get the idols out of our heart.”

This weeks message from Steve Carpenter is from our Atoka Campus.  If you missed the message or want to hear it again, listen on-line or tune in to our podcast.


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Missions Conference

Make plans to attend our first ever

Missions Conference

July 28 – 30

We will be hosting our missionaries from
Ecuador, Colorado, and Oregon.
Check out the schedule:

Friday July 28

Join us for a unique worship service like you’ve never experienced. 6-8pm
(Childcare provided)

Saturday July 29

9-11 Breakfast & Engage our Community
11-2:30 Lunch & hear from our missionaries
6-8pm Firefall Prayer Meetings:
Bryan Lark from Colorado at the Carpenters
Ryan Sidhom from Oregon at the Rodgers
The Tenants from Ecuador at the Conners

Sunday July 30

Bryan Lark will preach at the Atoka Campus
Ryan Sidhom will preach at the Munford Campus

ALL IN: Prayer & Fasting

Wouldn’t it be amazing to see a genuine Spiritual Awakening in our community?

How exciting would it be to see the Church step out of the shadows and begin to actually BE the church? Our community would never be the same. Homes could be put back together. People would come to Christ every day. The work of God’s Spirit could move uninhibited through the lives of those we love and care about. Wouldn’t it be incredible to see that kind of revival

Every great revival always begins in the church. Real revival has some very important ingredients. Today, in the story of an Old Testament revival, we will see the ingredients of a true Spiritual awakening. King Hezekiah’s story is the most often told story in the Old Testament. It’s found in three different books. It must have been a very significant story to the Israelites as they tried to follow God. Hezekiah’s father, Ahaz, had been one of the most ungodly Kings that Israel had ever seen, and the people were far from God. Hezekiah took over for his father at age twenty-five, and the Bible says that he “did what was right in the sight of the Lord.” He would lead Israel back to God in a most unlikely national awakening!

What would an awakening like that look like in our town and community? It all begins with the church. Today, we’ll see the steps to Spiritual awakening, and decide if we are willing to be “ALL-IN”.

This weeks message from Steve Carpenter is from our Atoka Campus.  If you missed the message or want to hear it again, listen on-line or tune in to our podcast.


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