Through the parable of the Prodigal Son, Bishop Frazier shows us that God is full of grace and forgiveness.
Search my heart, oh Lord! Pastor Frazier explores how allowing God to search our hearts can lead to a restored walk with Him.
The builders of the Tower of Babel banded together to attempt a mighty feat, but God had other plans for them. Out of the chaos that ensued, God led us all the way to the Pentecost.
Using the famous children's book "The Giving Tree" and a passage from the Book of Job, Pastor Frazier shows us the lesson that nature teaches us in the life of a tree.
Just as Jesus was God in human form, we are all cloaked in a spiritual identity that represents our relationships with God. Pastor Frazier shows us why we should be vigilant against the devil, and fight against his attempts to steal that identity and make it his own.
In celebration of Mother's Day, Bishop Frazier shows how powerful the prayers and intercessions of mothers on behalf of their children can be.
Being a Christian is very rewarding, both in this life and the next. But there is an investment required. Today, Pastor Frazier explores exactly what it costs us to be a disciple of Jesus Christ.
In observance of the National Day of Prayer, join Pastor Frazier as he highlights the power of prayer in the lives of Zecharias and Elizabeth, parents of John the Baptist.
Salvation is a wonderful gift from God to us! But, we all would like to get to Heaven and spend eternity with our loved ones. Pastor Frazier talks today about the importance of salvation for our family and friends, as well as for ourselves.
Hell is real, and the only way to avoid going there is to accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Bishop Frazier extols the perils of living only in the world, and shows us what life is like living in Christ.
Sometimes, life can cause us to take a huge step backwards, and we feel like we've lost so much, we don't know how to move forward. Pastor Frazier gives us clear steps on how to rebuild when we, like a tree, have been cut down to the stump.
When Joseph reunited with his brothers in the latter part of his life, he had an opportunity to repay them brutally for their betrayal. But, instead, he chose to help them. Join Pastor Frazier as he studies the life of Joseph and shares practical principles for living and preparing for hard times without becoming bitter.
God has done so much for us, and it's easy to get caught up in all of the things we have to do to keep moving forward. Today Pastor Frazier uses God's Word to remind us to push some things aside, and take time to tell God "Thank You."
Sometimes the trials of this life can cause you to feel like your home is ablaze, and everything and everyone you hold dear is about to go up in smoke. Pastor Frazier offers practical advice from the Word on how to defend our homes and families from the fiery attacks of the devil in this week's message.
Matthew 13 tells the story of a man sowing seeds. The Gardener sowed the same seeds but got different results. What type of ground are you? What results do you produce? Bishop Frazier explores this topic today.