Night Of Worship 2018

Night Of Worship 2018

        This past Tuesday we got to celebrate an incredible semester and year at Overflow! We had the privilege of baptizing FIVE students, we sang NINE songs, all lifting up ONE name- Jesus!

I Say To Myself

“I Say To Myself” – Clay Everett

        What we say matters. Our words have serious implications. The Bible says that our words hold the power of life and death. The can build up, or they can tear down. We can use our words to cut to someones worth, or give worth with our words. If this is true then we could all stand to say less!

Speaking Truth

“Speaking Truth” – JJ Clark

        What we say matters, that our words have serious implications. The Bible when it says that our words hold the power of life and death, that our words can build up or tear down. If you that is in fact true, we could all probably benefit from saying less!

Words = Life

“Words = Life” – Clay Everett

        What we say matters, that our words have serious implications. The Bible when it says that our words hold the power of life and death, that our words can build up or tear down. If you that is in fact true, we could all probably benefit from saying less!

Extravagant Love

“Extravagant Love” – Clay Everett

        Easter Sunday is the most significant day and all of human history! Is the day we remember and celebrate that Jesus rose from the grave, conquering sin and death, and proving that He is who He said He is and that He did what He said He would do! With that in mind we took this Tuesday before Easter to prepare our hearts and our minds for Sunday but considering this question… How great is the love of Jesus after all?

In His Presence

“In His Presence” – Dave Yearwood

        When a walk with God becomes just another thing we do, we miss the point of the walk. From the very beginning God created us to be with Him. Not so that it would be our job or so that it would make it on our to-do-lists, but so that we would be in relationship. And when sin broke that relationship God stopped at nothing to bring us back into His presence!

JESUS WINS

“JESUS WINS” – Miles Fidell

        Many of us grew up in church and we missed it. Others of us didn’t grow up around the Christian faith and we never heard it. Either way, each of us needs to know “the why” of our faith. Why follow Jesus? Why surrender your life to Him? Why? The simple answer is this: because Jesus is better! He is better! The question is do you believe that?

Ascend The Hill- Part 4

“All-Satisfying Surrender – Clay Everett

        To “Ascend the Hill” is to follow Jesus where He is and where He is calling us to be! In this series we will walk through some of the most profound teachings of Jesus ever recorded. Before ascending back to heaven, Jesus told His followers to teach everything that He had commanded… which means that every word spoken by Jesus is important. So what did Jesus say in His famous Sermon on the Mount? Why did He say it the way He said it? And what should His words from some 2,000 years ago mean for our lives today?

Ascend The Hill- Part 3

“In The Secret” – Clay Everett

        To “Ascend the Hill” is to follow Jesus where He is and where He is calling us to be! In this series we will walk through some of the most profound teachings of Jesus ever recorded. Before ascending back to heaven, Jesus told His followers to teach everything that He had commanded… which means that every word spoken by Jesus is important. So what did Jesus say in His famous Sermon on the Mount? Why did He say it the way He said it? And what should His words from some 2,000 years ago mean for our lives today?

Ascend The Hill- Part 2

Impossible Perfection – Clay Everett

        To “Ascend the Hill” is to follow Jesus where He is and where He is calling us to be! In this series we will walk through some of the most profound teachings of Jesus ever recorded. Before ascending back to heaven, Jesus told His followers to teach everything that He had commanded… which means that every word spoken by Jesus is important. So what did Jesus say in His famous Sermon on the Mount? Why did He say it the way He said it? And what should His words from some 2,000 years ago mean for our lives today?