Series: Big, Message: “Big Faith”, by Pastor Jack Moon. In this message Pastor Jack challenges us to read the eleventh chapter Book of Hebrews and be inspired to be apart of the Hebrews heroes. He discusses how we should use our faith to anchor to our promises and dreams. We are taught that faith does require action. Pastor Jack encourages us to have declarations of faith followed by actions.
We are cautioned to stay focused on Jesus. Pastor Jack conveys how it is not about us. Nor is it even about any miracles but it is all about JESUS! We are encouraged to keep our focus in the right area. We should not focus on the opposition but look towards the promise. Pastor Jack encourages us to write down our dreams. He believes if we do not record our dreams and vision they do not truly exist. Operating in faith will require hard work and sacrifice but God will supply your needs. Let’s listen in as Pastor Jack explains “Big Faith” to us.
Series: Invasion, Message: How Great is Our God, by Pastor Mathew Young. Today, Pastor Mathew attempts to explain the grandeur and splendor of God as our creator, while admitting that is humanly impossible to adequately express the wholeness of the glory and being of our God. In our attempts to understand this concept Mathew explains how Jesus loved us enough to invade our world and existence. Mathew teaches us that His purpose was to give us an opportunity to accepted Him and put our faith in Him. By doing this Jesus gives us the right to be the children of God. We are not His children by our own nature or desires. Jesus is the one who makes us His children. Let’s listen in and see how Pastor Mathew uses the expression “making much of Jesus.”
Series: Summer at Southside, Message: Being Visible by Pastor Jack Moon. As the summer is winding down and the children heading back to school Pastor Jack keeps the bar raised high to the follows of Christ to be visible. Pastor Jack reminds us of the fact just because someone around us seems that they would never become a follow, oh so rough & tough. Well there is even hope for them, taking us back to him becoming a Christian when Kenny Holcombe who was one of the tough guys in town who had become a Christian told him that Jesus loved him. Then the Apostle Paul who was one tough cookie but even he due to other became a Christian. Being visible to other is the challenge, want you be visible to someone today? Pastor Jack brings out the fact it takes love, courage, and power.
It began as a vision from Rev. Roberson of Kingdom Life Ministries and he joined with Rev. Moon of Southside Assembly of God to see it come to life. Tibet Avenue had recently been the place of the murder of a young man, Marcus Allen that lived in this neighborhood. Both pastors want Tibet Avenue to be a place where families can attend church, have friendly neighborhood functions, and students can safely walk to and attend school.
With the help of members of each congregation, city officials, and businesses that line Tibet Avenue the cleanup began. People walked the street and cleaned up the roadway, the business areas, the school, and the neighborhoods that line Tibet Avenue. This project was supported by the City of Savannah through the Great Savannah Cleanup. There were many in attendance that day: Aldermen – District 5: Clifton Jones, District 6: Tony Thomas; Mayor Pro Tem Edna Jackson; Largo Tibet Administration-Dr. Andrea DeShazo, Principal and Dr. Melinda Bryan, Asst. Principal and Staff; Colonial Village Neighborhood Watch team leader-Helen Beddow; Chatham Furniture; Savannah Youth University; BP Station; Petway Cleaners; and SunTrust Bank manager Kirk Farkas.