Northside Christian Church is a come as you are church! We offer our services every weekend at these times: Saturdays: 4:00 PM EST and 6:00 PM EST Sundays: 9:00 AM EST and 11:00 AM EST. If you can’t make it to our campus then join us online! It’s "LIVE" online every Sunday at 11:00 AM EST.
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October 19, 2014
Benjamin Woods, Pastor of Spiritual Formation, ends our “Follow-Up Conversations” series with “Anticipating Suffering”. Just as Paul faced worldly opposition, there will be times in our lives when we will suffer because we stood up for the Gospel. God’s power is seen in our weaknesses and will help us endure those hardships. Trust that His grace is sufficient through all our suffering and He is enough.
October 12, 2014
Senior Pastor, George Ross, continues our "Follow-Up Conversations" series with "Encouraging Generosity". We look at Paul's guidance to the Corinthian church in the discipline of generosity and see the journey that leads to giving with generous hearts. Having an open heart to the things of God allows us to declare our affection for Him in our spiritual lives and directs us on a holy pursuit to connect our hearts and minds to Him. Becoming generous involves all areas of our lives as we let God use our hearts to meet the needs of others and allow Him to be praised.
October 5, 2014
George Ross, Senior Pastor, begins our series, “Follow-up Conversations”, with “Are You Willing to Reconcile?” Paul shares a powerful follow-up conversation with the church at Corinth. As we examine the importance of that conversation, we can see how God’s love and comfort for all is funneled through us. Paul reminds us that we are working together as Christ’s ambassadors to reconcile the world to God.
September 29, 2014
Senior Pastor, George Ross, finalizes our “Love Handles” series with “Our Hope and Our Help”. Paul witnessed the risen Christ and shared the good news of Jesus’ resurrection. Because He died for our sins, we have the hope of eternal life. Paul encourages us to be strong and have faith that nothing we do for the Lord is useless. When we allow God to use us, we become a witness to others of His love.
September 22, 2014
Nate Ross, Associate Pastor, continues our “Love Handles” series with “Worship and Women”. The Corinthian church faced many issues relating to disunity. We cannot forget our gifts come from God. He wants us to be obedient and use our gifts to connect, strengthen, encourage, comfort, and edify the Church. Love allows us to build others up and worship in His presence.
September 14, 2014
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continues our “Love Handles” series with “Our Love Issues.” Paul’s teachings include many “love behaviors”, which include patience, kindness, celebration of the truth, hope, and endurance. We are challenged to have an authentic heart of love. Because Jesus “epitomized” His love on the cross, our faith becomes sight and our hope is fulfilled and accomplished in heaven.
September 7, 2014
Senior Pastor, George Ross, continues our "Love Handles" series with "Our Selfishness." We face many issues today that Paul addressed with the Corinthian church. God calls us to be sensitive to the weaker in faith and reach out of our comfort zone allowing Him to use us to save others. He is faithful and provides a way out of our temptations. Each of us is called to examine our hearts and celebrate the return of our Lord, Jesus Christ, while helping new believers understand communion. We are many parts in the body of Christ, each with spiritual gifts, and He has put us just where He wants us.