Special Message by Pastor Bob Tome and Pastor Reggie Hunter of Recovery House of Worship
Even though God called Samson, his life-long problem was his unhealthy relationships with women. He did not admit he was powerless over his problem and that his life was unmanageable. But there is hope. His hair grew again, and you can change too!
Broadcast on 90.3 WJTL on January 13th 2019
Special Message by Next Steps Pastor, Joe Ercoli
Special Christmas Eve Messages from all four of our Pastors
Pastor Brandon Vieth- Student Ministries Pastor
Pastor Joe Ercoli- Next Steps Pastor
Pastor Bob Tome- Mission & Counseling Pastor
Pastor Michael Anthony- Lead Pastor
Message 14 in our series, Heroes and Underdogs
Many of us struggle with understanding God as "Father." The great news is that you don't have to struggle any more. When you understand what God has done for you and to you through Christ, you will be able to enjoy God as your Father.
Broadcast on 90.3 WJTL on December 23rd, 2018
You may have heard it said that God won't give you anything more than you can handle. But is that really true? This message will help you understand how to respond when unexpected hardship comes knocking at your door.
Broadcast on 90.3 WJTL on December 16th, 2018
Most of us don't think nearly enough about the kind of legacy we're creating. This message will help you think and make adjusments so your legacy is built upon hearing God's voice and doing what you need to do.
Broadcast on 90.3 WJTL on December 9th, 2018
Student Ministries Pastor, Brandon Vieth, delivers the next installment of our Heroes and Underdogs series and focuses in on Elisha. He was not the guy that everyone talked about, but he sure knew when to go all in for Jesus. He was a man committed, faithful, and bold enough to seek for more.
Broadcast on 90.3 WJTL on November 25th, 2018
Real heroes are willing to stay behind so others can move ahead. Their lives are built on rock-solid truth, and they become living, breathing reminders of how to live rightly in a world gone wrong.
Broadcast on 90.3 WJTL on November 18th, 2018