Radio teaching Series
How God Meets Your Deepest Needs
Your deepest needs can only be met through Jesus Christ.
Join Pastor Rick as he walks through God’s provision for you — from his constant presence to his purpose for your life to his preparation for a place for you in Heaven. Be renewed by God’s promises to give you hope and a future!
May 28, 2013
Unlike your human father, God has known every thought you’ve ever had, and he’s understood you completely. You can turn to him when you need acceptance, when you need approval, and when you need attention. He will never leave you, and he loves you more than you will ever know.
May 27, 2013
In this broadcast, Pastor Rick describes our “Abba,” who is never too busy for us, who loves to meet our needs, and who is sympathetic to our hurts. God is close to you. Will you turn to him to meet all of your needs and heal your hurts?
May 24, 2013
“Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you” (1 Peter 5:7). Much of our worry stems from the fact that we don’t view God as a loving Father. Once you realize how much God cares for you and is committed to taking care of the details of your life, you’ll learn to trust him more.
May 23, 2013
It is never God’s will for you to run from a difficult situation. Instead, God wants you to stand strong. In this broadcast, Pastor Rick explains what it means to “stand strong” when you’re faced with an overwhelming situation.
May 22, 2013
No matter how impossible your situation seems when you feel overwhelmed, your problem is never too big for God to handle. In fact, Pastor Rick uses this broadcast as a reminder that when the odds are against you, go first to God in prayer and trust him to be your defender.
May 21, 2013
Pastor Rick warns that when we trust anyone or anything other than Jesus Christ to be our Savior, we are in danger of failing a test. Will you accept that God is in control, that he knows what’s best for you, and that his plans for you are good? Will you trust God with your disappointments?
May 20, 2013
God is ready to pour out his blessings upon you, but first you have to decide: Who will be first in your life? This is a critical decision for you to make as you walk with Jesus. Ask yourself, “Will I depend on myself or will I depend on God today?”
May 17, 2013
You can’t have the peace of God until you first make peace with God. But how do you do that? In this broadcast, Pastor Rick reveals the evidence of a life surrendered to Christ and how to make God your first priority.
May 16, 2013
The starting point to peace is accepting what cannot be changed. In this message, Pastor Rick teaches that becoming resentful, bitter, or guilty over things you cannot change will keep you stuck on the road to peace. Learn how to change what you can and accept what you cannot.
May 15, 2013
God sees it all, God knows it all, God cares about it all. God is in control of it all. So what are you worried about? In this broadcast, learn how to break free from worry, conflict, and “when and then” thinking so that you can be joyful, no matter what happens.
May 14, 2013
A joy-filled person has more creativity, energy, and productivity. But first, you must learn to forgive the past, trust God for the future, and understand God’s purpose for your life. “Give yourselves completely to God — every part of you — to be tools in the hand of God to be used for his good purpose” (Romans 6:13).
May 13, 2013
Despite your hidden wounds, God wants you to experience his best for your future. Since you move toward what you are focused on, Pastor Rick helps you learn how to refocus on Christ and let go of your past so you can choose to be happy.
May 10, 2013
Pastor Rick teaches in this broadcast that God wants to heal your hurts, habits, and hang-ups — your hidden wounds. Using two practical steps, let God transform the way you think so that you can heal from the memories of prejudice, ridicule, bitterness, and regret.
May 9, 2013
You may feel hopeless because you think God has forgotten you, but he has always been and will always be with you. Find out what you should do in a hopeless situation so you can discover new hope in Jesus Christ.