Faith Lutheran Church - Columbia
This Is War: Shutting the Door on the Demonic, Pastor Jon Palmer
We’re so glad that you’ve joined us for our last message in our This is War series. In this message we close out our journey of exposing the enemy’s tactics as Pastor Jon teaches how we can both identify and close the doors the demonic uses to attack us.
Locations & Times
  • Faith Lutheran Church - Columbia
    600 Columbia Center, Columbia, IL 62236, USA
    Sunday 9:00 AM, Sunday 10:45 AM
Foundational Truths: (REVIEW)
1. Satan is Defeated
2. Jesus’ Victory is Yours
3. You Have Power and Authority to Resist the demonic
Know Who You Are “Wake Up”
Know Whose You Are “Rise Up”
Title – Heart’s Alive
Pastor – Jon Palmer
Summary – We will celebrate the reality of Easter that because of Jesus’ resurrection dead things have both the opportunity and reality of becoming alive again. We’ll look at 2 disciples who encounter Jesus on the day of the resurrection whose hearts were dead but came to life, even in their inability to recognize Jesus, in Jesus’ presence.


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