Jonah 3 | Some have said that Jonah chapter 3 is a picture of revival. But Crawford Loritts feels that chapter three is more like a harvest. He takes us through the 3 scenes found in this chapter. We’ll look at a recommissioning, a radical response and a picture of a tender God.
Jonah 1:17-2:9 | Crawford shares 4 steps to take in fully surrendering to God’s plan for your life. They are to remember God, renounce sin and self-reliance, resubmit to God’s authority and receive God’s deliverance. In today’s message, Jonah begins to really get the message that God has a mission for him and wants full obedience.
Jonah 1:17-2:9 | People we consider to be Godly, consider to be close to God, don’t always obey God. That’s what we see in Crawford’s short series called “Beneath the Waterline.” Today’s message looks at how the Prophet Jonah began to understand that obedience to God’s command is always the best way to go.
Crawford reminds us that the resurrection of Jesus Christ is not a metaphor. It is not make-believe. What does the resurrection mean? In short, the whole of our Christianity rests directly upon the resurrection of Jesus Christ.