Northside Christian Church is a come as you are church! We offer our services every weekend at these times: Saturdays: 4:00 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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June 26, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continues our “Marinade” series with “From the Chill-Down to the Break-Down”. We examined Psalm 51 and saw David bring his broken heart to God concerning his adulterous sin with Bathsheba and the murder of her husband Uriah. There is recognition of his sin, a passionate request for mercy, cleansing, and forgiveness, and a resolution to teach others and spiritually “pay it forward”. This Psalm came as a result of the confrontation of a friend. God doesn’t intend to break the strength of our spirit, just the hardness of our hearts. David’s repentance happened over time and all at once.
June 19, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continues our “Marinade” series with “What Happens in the Fridge”. We examined Psalm 32:1-7 and see the thrill of forgiveness and the joy that’s provided with honesty that’s demanded. When we refuse to confess our sin, we experience the agony of resistance, which brings pain. He forgives, and our guilt is gone, when we quit hiding and come clean with our confession. The only place to hide is in God alone, where He protects us from trouble.
June 12, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continues our “Marinade” series with “Picking the Right Spice”. As we soak up the Psalms and reflect on the marinating process, we see how picking the right spice, like the one and only Life and Truth, affects our lives. God’s Word reveals verses that are acidic (troubling), oily (comforting), and spicy (attention-getting). Each can represent God’s marinade in our spiritual lives. We can also see the negative and positive and their consequences in Children Learn What They Live by Dorothy Law Nolte. The symbols of the Word of God (bread, a lamp and a light, fire and a hammer, a two-edged sword, seed, a mirror) represent the experience with God in our lives (sustenance, illumination, purging, breaking, penetration and exposure, germination, reflection).
June 5, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, begins our “Marinade” series with “Take My Advice.” We examined Psalm 1 and saw how David made such a point to warn people to avoid sin on several levels. Take delight in the Word of God to bring joy and encouragement. Putting down roots by His spiritual streams allows us to bear good fruit. The difference between the righteous and the wicked are recognized by God’s mark on our lives.
May 29, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, concludes our “Pursuit of Happiness” series with “The Final Thoughts”. We examined Ecclesiastes 12 and saw life's realities that, while youth is exciting and aging is not, everything fades. Words can prod us, but study will exhaust us. There will be a total recall and God will judge us. He suggests that we remember Him at an early age, fear Him respectfully, and obey Him faithfully.
May 22, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continued our “Pursuit of Happiness” series with “When Trials Come Our Way”. We examined God’s Word and see how trials can be a joyful opportunity to grow. He asks us to deal with trials with one another as a spiritual family. We can expect them to come with diversity. God tests our faith from time to time, but don’t confuse testing and tempting. He’s up to something that’s for our good to help us endure and mature. There’s testing, and there’s blessing for those who patiently endure.
May 15, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continues our “Pursuit of Happiness” series with “Embracing Grace & Bearing Fruit”. We examine Galatians 5 and see reminders along our journey, as we pursue God and the joy and happiness only He can bring to our lives. Trying to work our way to heaven kills grace and does not work for us. Paul’s advice is an honest assessment and personal assurance believing God will prevent further damage. He reminds us our main objective is to serve each other in love. The fruits of the Spirit that God will develop in our lives are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.