Service Archive

April 2014

Peter – Not a Whole Lot Different Than Us

You can still download or listen online to the audio version, but if you are interested in seeing the video version, here it is:

Peter – Not A Whole Lot Different Than Us from Lake City Foursquare on Vimeo.

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Easter 2014

This week is our first video version of our sermon!!

You can still download or listen online to the audio version, but if you are interested in seeing the video version, here it is:

Easter – 4-20-14 from Lake City Foursquare on Vimeo.

Paul: Recalibrating Our Hearts

Going Our Way Instead of the Right Way

Isn’t it true that we can be going in one direction, thinking it is right but really be headed the wrong way? If our compass is off, we can think we are going right, but we are going wrong. That’s the way it was with a man named Paul who had been called Saul of Tarsus. What he thought was right was absolutely wrong; and the direction that he thought was the correct one was just the opposite. God had to get his attention as he traveled from one

Shadrach, Meshack, & Abednego – The Three Who Would Not Bow

So for the last couple of months, we have been looking at the lives of people in the bible and drawing some really good life lessons from their story, and applying them to our lives.

These people are like extended family, you don’t see them every day, so once in a while you go to a reunion and you sit and talk to them and get these amazing stories that  and get the chance to get firsthand accounts of how the family has evolved.

My family is from Arkansas; that about says it right there!

March 2014

Mary – Learning to Listen

So as we have been doing for several weeks now, we are having a conversation with someone who lived thousands of years ago but they have a lot to say to us today.

We get to take a walk and have a conversation with a couple of ladies today that knew Jesus really well, in fact the week leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus he spent most of His time with these two and their brother. They were some of His best friends, people who knew him, loved him very much; Mary and Martha from Bethany.


David – When is Enough, Enough?

When is enough… enough? A person’s answer to this particular question reveals a lot about them. It’s a matter of the heart because in the heart you will find either a greedy or a giving person. In your heart you will find you are secure or insecure, angry or patient, rich or poor. And in this message, we’re going to answer the question of “When is enough… enough?”

First allow me to share a children’s story. There once was a young girl whose parents took her to the shrine of th

Nicodemus – Going Public

So today we are going to hear from a spy, an undercover, covert operative that is right there in the bible and was hanging around Jesus. This is really cool stuff!

I have to admit I always thought it would be fun to be a spy. Kind of a James Bond type of guy, I think that would be really cool right up until they start shooting at you!

Undercover agents have the job of try to get information on someone or something without getting caught, so they wind up living a life of deception and secre

Herod – The Sway of the Crowd

One of the really cool things about the bible is we get to sit and listen to life stories from people who lived thousands of years ago and left behind some really good advice. We can take a walk with kings and rulers, talk to poor people, widows, people who suffered but somehow came out winners. We get to listen to their stories and see the things they did right and learn from the really dumb things they did. I love taking a drive with these people and asking them to unpack their life and the

Noah: The Man Who Believed God

If you think about it, the bible is pretty impressive, it is God writing down these incredible raw accounts of men and women, hand-picked for us, so we can distill principles and gain wisdom form how they lived their lives.

Some we look at and say; “I don’t want to do that”. Like last week, Absalom, or the week before, Judas. We look at what happened in their life, and say “no way, I am not going there!”

Others, you see and say, “now that is the way I want to do things!” Raha

February 2014

Absalom – A Case of Unforgiveness

The Gift of Forgiveness

One of the greatest things our hearts will ever know is the gift of forgiveness. When we have learned this, we will have caught the very heart of God, if we miss it we have destined ourselves to really living below our potential.

If you kept record of our sins, no one could last long. But you forgive us, and so we will worship you” (Ps. 130:3-4 CEV).

So this morning might have a little twist if you will, a different way to