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All Saints Church Bronx NY
“I am the greatest. I said that even before I knew I was.” -Muhammad Ali What is your definition of greatness? Success? Fame? Money? Power? Living and leaving a legacy? Jesus shares in the Gospel of Mark what it means to be great. Probably will not come as a surprise, but it’s not what we think. Learn more about our church at allsaintsnyc.com
The Power of the Kingdom - Pastor Rich Rivera
#ChurchPlant #NYCChurch #BronxChurch “Power’s not power unless it’s shared.” 🔥 This week, we have Pastor Rich Rivera from Matthew's Table guest preaching as we continue our sermon series through Mark. Learn more about our Church in The Bronx at allsaintsnyc.com
Mark 1 - The Unlikely Beginning
#ChurchPlant #NYCChurch #BronxChurch Have you ever walked past a person on the street and could have swore you knew them but couldn’t quite figure out who they were? Or how many times have you looked for something, only for it to be right in front of you? The mind is tricky. We say I won’t believe it until I see, then we see it and still don’t believe it. This week’s sermon is kind of like that. How often do we miss God because He didn’t show up how we thought he should?
Daily Office, Sabbath, Rules for Life
Did you wake up this morning exhausted? Did you forget to eat breakfast, take a shower, shave, put on deodorant? (Don’t answer the last one). What if there was a way to manage your hours, your days and weeks and then manage your life? There is. And we will talk about it today. Join us!
Enlarge Your Soul Through Grief & Loss
#ChurchPlant #BronxChurch #NYCChurch Bad space mentally + bad day = ❓ Is it binge watch Netflix, sweatpants and a large 🍕 Or can you cope with life stress in a healthier way? That is the topic of today's sermon on The Emotionally Healthy Christian. Learn more about our church allsaintsnyc.com.
Facing the Wall
#ChurchPlant #NYCChurch #ChurchInTheBronx Let’s be honest, you probably are hanging onto a grudge right now. There is probably a persons name that if you hear it, you cringe. That is normal. Yet, Christ calls us to heal, forgive and move forward but how? That is the theme of today's message.
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