One of the greatest challenges in our world today is fatherlessness. We are so grateful that at Hope Rock church we’ve been blessed with so many great fathers and so we want to honor and celebrate them on Fathers Day as we hear from Leo & Christine (NCMI / GGC LIFE Church, Sydney).
Podcast: NCMI Apostolic Input
Throughout scripture, we see God establish local churches that plant and resource other churches throughout their region and even the known world at the time. What are the key components of that sort of church, and how can each of us find our call in it?
This Sunday we had Joe and Sue Cano ministering to us. They have been married for 38 years and have 2 daughters and 4 grandchildren. They are NCMI partners who have planted two churches. They lead Gracious Living Church (GLC) in Upland, Southern California. Joe is also active in the marketplace. Joe preached a powerful
This Sunday had NCMI partner Cameron Boyd bringing a message from the Lord. Cameron and Valerie moved their 3 girls here from Aberdeen, Scotland where they served the Lord for 13 years. The Lord called them to Katy, Texas to plant a church and reach more people with the gospel.
Signs and Wonders are not dead and gone. In this final session we look at how sign and wonders follow us and how we are all equipped through the Holy Spirit to move in miracles.
We look at what is essential, effective, and the main priority in ministry. We see four great ingredients that the believer and the church needs in this time.
Many people lose their way when they lose their way! In this session, we look at several keys to Kingdom ministry and how everything surrounds the person of Jesus Christ.
In this session we look at, JESUS and how he is our everything.
In this day and age, the world is in chaos, however, the kingdom is not in chaos and it is still advancing. In this session, we look at how God is still on the move and our response needs to be drawing closer, bowing down, and lining our lives up with his Kigdom Vision.
Jesus rules, and Jesus reigns. He is the first and the last, and through Him all things are held together. This Sunday we are challenged to bring everything that we do through Jesus and not over or under Him. Pursuing Jesus is our greatest calling, and out of this place we take Him to the
We are so caught up with the wrapping paper that we miss the gift. This statement represents a lot of the church today. We are so caught up in all that we are doing that we forget the power that we need to accomplish what we have been called to. In this final session we
In Session 4 we look at several key priorities that we as the church need to be working on in these times.