In this stand-alone sermon, Canyon Hills explores what happens when we lose our spiritual sharpness. The message begins by examining those things that separate us from God and then explains the necessary steps to restore our “cutting edge” for Christ from a Biblical perspective. Pastor Larry reveals how Elisha’s actions in 2nd Kings bring hope that we will once again find a powerful cutting edge!
This summer Canyon Hills presents our seven-week series dedicated to the final words of Jesus on the cross. Throughout the series we will hear from a variety of the church’s pastoral staff and break down the key messages communicated by Jesus as He made the ultimate sacrifice. “When Love Speaks: Seven Words from the Cross” is an inspiring series that takes an in-depth look at forgiveness, assurance, love, substitution, humanity, victory, and trust from a Biblical perspective.
This Father’s Day weekend Pastor Larry shares a special message just for men. The sermon explores the three most important spiritual pursuits of a real man and identifies the Godly ways in which a true father must lead his family. Rather than leading by way of the world, this message encourages all men to walk the path set apart for men of Christ. So read and listen to this week’s message to find out, “What is a Real Man?”
In this two-part series, we examine how to live the life God intended for each of us. So often we stray from the blessings that God has in store because we are distracted by sin. This series identifies the most common obstacles that keep us from God’s best. After understanding how envy can be holding us back, we will learn how to keep the Sabbath so that we may be used by God in amazing ways!
On June 3, 1990, Canyon Hills Friends Church opened its doors for the first time. This message celebrates the 22nd birthday of the church and the many ways that God has worked in Canyon Hills over the years. While the sermon reflects on the past, it also contemplates the future, as Pastor Larry presents the ways in which we can “build the body” of Christ to do even more and better works for the Lord in the future!
Is Jesus one of many or is He your one and only? This message delves into that question and examines what it means to truly follow Jesus. Twenty times in the New Testament Jesus Christ issued a compelling and challenging invitation: “Follow Me.” Jesus is not interested in mere fans. He does not want enthusiastic admirers. He wants completely committed followers. Some people do not know what they’ve said yes to and other people do not realize what they’ve said no to. But Jesus is ready to clearly define the relationship He wants with His followers.
In this series Canyon Hills explores the power of prayer. Throughout the series we will be exploring how to become people of prayer and model Jesus in transforming your life through communication with Him. The power of prayer should not be underestimated. James 5:16-18 declares, “…The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective,” and we will learn how to tap into that amazing power. Just pray and see for yourself!
Join Canyon Hills as we explore the role of the family in the Christian home. This multi-part series examines the Bible’s direction towards the family unit and focuses on the importance of elders in the family. From excuses to leadership, this series takes an in-depth look at how the world influences our families and how to combat those pressures to build a home where Jesus is the center.
How many of you would admit that at some point in your life you have needed to be rescued? This Easter, Canyon Hills explores the greatest rescue mission of all time. The Bible is full of examples where God has come to the aid of great Biblical figures. Ever since Adam and Eve committed the first sin, God has been bailing out His people from generation to generation. Yet, there is no greater rescue story than that of Easter. It is the moment when God reached down from Heaven and decided to rescue us. It is about God Himself coming to Earth in the form of Jesus Christ to rescue every human on the planet! Jesus actually did come! He is risen!
Have you ever wondered why life is so challenging? When life began for Adam and Eve, life was great! There was no sickness, no sin, no sorrow, no brokenness. However, when Adam and Eve chose to go their own way instead of God’s way, sin entered the world and life became difficult. Ever since then, we have been doing the same thing as Adam and Eve – doing what we want and what we think is best for our lives. This sin is the cause of all life’s problems. This battle is a battle for your life. We stand in an invisible battlefield where our enemy’s mission is to conquer us and hold us captive in Hell forever. So come and learn how to win the invisible war!