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As Easter is quickly approaching, Pastor Dana begins a new series, “The Cross”. Today we are looking at the steps, the rationale and the revelation of this who choose to follow the way of the cross.
Join us as Pastor Dana takes us on a journey through Psalm 27 and shows how this psalm from King David is a reflection on our posture of prayer.
Do you struggle with prayer? Join us today as Pastor Aaron teaches on how to pray by looking at The Lord’s Prayer. Jesus shows us that prayer should be a staple in our lives just like bread. Are you ready to make prayer a staple in your life?
Pastor Dana begins a new series in prayer. The focus of this message is the opportunity we have in prayer as seen through the life of Moses going to the top of the mountain.
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Pastor Dana leads us through the birth of Moses, showing us how God has a plan for all things, as well as how we all have value in God’s plan.
Rev. Chris Steinle shares with LWC the mission of Poured Out Ministries, helping us to see how they are being the hands and feet of Jesus Christ both locally and globally. He also delivers a powerful message on not hiding and using the talent that God has given you to make a difference in the…
Pastor Dana looks at Psalm 4, to help us see how we can look to God when we are having one of those days that are filled with muck, and things just don’t seem to be firing on all cylinders.
Pastor Dana presents Lennon Wesleyan Church with a message on the State of the Church as we begin the new year. It is an informative look at where the church has been over the last year and where he sees God leading us in 2015. If you missed the morning service, you will want to…
District Superintendent, Rev. Richard Meeks speaks on what it means to go fishing for people. If you are part of the Body of Christ at LWC and a follower of Jesus Christ, you are part of Lennon Wesleyan’s “Fishing” ministry.