This section of the story focuses on the story surrounding Palm Sunday (and yes, we know it's not Palm Sunday at the time of recording!)
This week's message focuses on the fact that Jesus was no ordinary man, while also taking time to talk about our position as people and our job as citizens of the Kingdom.
The Kingdom is with all, because God loves all.
The beginning of the Easter story actually begins with the Christmas story! Though the birth of Christ wasn't as celebrated as you might think. Do you celebrate and invite Jesus into your own life both at easter and throughout the year?
There are times in our faith journeys in which we may feel lost. But with repentance, the help of God can get all back on the right path.
Relationships of any nature may seem easy at the start, but there are steps to be taken that ensure a long-term successful relationship.
Continuing the Mixtape series, Pastor Lonnie focuses on the importance of the little things in a relationship, tying the point back to the Stevie Wonder hit "I Just Called to Say I Love You".
Communication is key - in a multitude of relationships.
Fighting is a part of any relationship, romantic or not, that is to be expected. But a healthy key is working through the issues to work towards making up and moving on in a healthy, happy manner.
Marriage is a complex idea and lifestyle, but along with the two bonded by their vows is God. A relationship with faith in him leads to a relationship that's not focused on surviving, but a relationship that's thriving.
"I Want to Know What Love Is", one of the most iconic classic rock ballads of all times, is the framework for the first week of mixtape. Below its basic meanings, Foreigner's hit has practical applications in the context of both falling in love and in Christian relationships.
As we reflect on the holiday season and 2017, Pastor Susannah shares a message focusing on looking forward to the future in 2018.
On behalf of the pastors, staff and congregation of Assurance, we wish you all a Merry Christmas and look forward to going and growing in Jesus Christ into 2018 and beyond!
Assurance's own choir helps spread the message of Christmas through their musical gifts. Thanks to not only the choir members, but also to Virgie Taylor and everyone who made this production possible.
Contuining into the second Sunday of Advent, Pastor Lonnie focuses on the idea that Jesus wasn't only sent to claim the crown, but also to deliver us.
Marking the start of the Advent season at Assurance, Lonnie begins a new sermon series called "From Heaven Above".
Pastor Susannah takes a deeper look at the concept of being grateful, regardless of the season of life that we may be in or the circumstances that could impact that gratefulness.
Pastor Lonnie wraps up the long (two week) sermon series on forgiveness, focusing on the idea that we are forgiven to forgive.
We all have things that we would change about our past. But we have to get past our past and know that God's grace is allowing us to move on with our lives that are found in Him.
Pastor Susannah concludes the fall's Uanxious series with a focus on the often difficult topic of death and life.
Life gets pretty hectic, which is why scheduling and priorities are such an integral part of our lives.