Oct 8, 2017
Psalms: How Magnificent is Your Name(Psalm 8)
This week's message teaches us about the importance of a stronghold, or place of strength, in the Lord through praise and prophesy. Pastor Lennae brings us this message, showing us that Jesus created His place of strength and security through knowing prophesy as set forth by the prophets before Him and  by knowing His purpose here, on the Earth. Ultimately, His place of strength was so strong that nothing and no one could shake it or steal it from Him - not even Satan. Through Lennae's message, we better understand what prophesy looks like and what we can do with it.
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  • Oct 8, 2017Psalms: How Magnificent is Your Name(Psalm 8)
    Oct 8, 2017
    Psalms: How Magnificent is Your Name(Psalm 8)
    This week's message teaches us about the importance of a stronghold, or place of strength, in the Lord through praise and prophesy. Pastor Lennae brings us this message, showing us that Jesus created His place of strength and security through knowing prophesy as set forth by the prophets before Him and  by knowing His purpose here, on the Earth. Ultimately, His place of strength was so strong that nothing and no one could shake it or steal it from Him - not even Satan. Through Lennae's message, we better understand what prophesy looks like and what we can do with it.
  • Oct 2, 2017Psalms: God’s Unfailing Love (Psalm 32)
    Oct 2, 2017
    Psalms: God’s Unfailing Love (Psalm 32)
          Psalm 32 is closely related to Psalm 51, also by David, in which we see David's confession of all the sins that resulted from his adultery with Bathsheba. In this psalm, thirty-two, David tells us that God hears our confessions of sin and forgives us; and as if that wasn't enough of a blessing, God becomes our shelter when trouble is all around.
          Today, Sam explains and reveals what a blessing it is that God covers our sin.
  • Sep 24, 2017Psalms: Give Glory to God (Psalm 115}
    Sep 24, 2017
    Psalms: Give Glory to God (Psalm 115}
    This week, Pastor Sam's message is on Psalm 115 which tells us to give all the glory to God; that we are dependent upon Him.  As Christians our whole life - what we do and who we are - is all about our creator and provider. 
  • Sep 17, 2017Psalms: Waiting on God (Psalm 27)
    Sep 17, 2017
    Psalms: Waiting on God (Psalm 27)
    No matter what situation befell David, he never turned his back on God or lost sight of the goodness of God. Psalm 27 is a perfect reflection of David's attitude. It is full of declarations of the Lord's goodness and deliverance. It asks for guidance and instruction and that God would be attentive to his prayers and cries for help.   
         It is thought that this psalm was sung on the eve of a battle, but one source speculates it was sung by David after the years of exile and border warfare under Saul when he realized his time had come to take his rightful place as King over Israel. For David, this proved "the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living".
        Sam's wife, Lovena delivers a great word at the end of the service and Tim Moore reads Psalm 27 at the outset. 
  • Sep 10, 2017Psalms: I Will Recount Your Wonderful Deeds (Psalm 9)
    Sep 10, 2017
    Psalms: I Will Recount Your Wonderful Deeds (Psalm 9)
    In this week's message, Pastor Sam presents Psalm 9, which he considers to be a complement to Psalm 13 that he taught on last Sunday. In this psalm, the author affirms his trust and faith in God with four "I will ... " phrases that just seem to answer the "How long, O Lord?" phrases found in the Psalm 13. Bruce Kupersmith reads the whole psalm at the beginning and members of the congregation witness to our Lord's wonderful deeds in their lives during the service. 
  • Sep 3, 2017Psalms: How Long O, Lord? (Psalm 13)
    Sep 3, 2017
    Psalms: How Long O, Lord? (Psalm 13)
    Psalm 13 is a psalm that echoes everyone's feelings of insecurity; of being alone and loneliness; of the condemnation that all those self-deprecating thoughts we all have from time-to-time; perhaps, even of feelings that God really isn't very close, sometimes. Pastor Sam addresses these issues through this psalm, which is one of those that shows the raw emotions to which we are all subject.  
  • Aug 20, 2017Psalms: Introducing Shania Flores and Psalm 29
    Aug 20, 2017
    Psalms: Introducing Shania Flores and Psalm 29
    This week's message is very special: We welcome Shania Flores as the newest member of the church staff! From the beginning of Pastor Sam's tenure at Coquille Foursquare, he has had the dream of instituting an internship for students pursuing the goal of working for the Kingdom. This program is designed to give the student hands-on work in the church, helping them become pastors with the Foursquare Church.  Shania is the first student to participate in this program and at the service, she shared the story of her journey with the congregation. In her testimony, we discover the important role God holds in her life.   Wrapping up the service, Sam delivers a message on Psalm 29 that melds the whole service together in one wrapper.  
  • Aug 13, 2017Psalms: My God; In Him I Will Trust (Psalm 91)
    Aug 13, 2017
    Psalms: My God; In Him I Will Trust (Psalm 91)
    Pastor Carolyn delivers this week's message about our God, who provides protection from a sometimes intimidating - even hostile, world.
  • Jul 30, 2017Psalms: His Love Endures Forever (Psalm 136)
    Jul 30, 2017
    Psalms: His Love Endures Forever (Psalm 136)
    Pastor Sam brings us Psalm 136, a psalm that encourages us to remain mindful of God's love for us, His children.  Each of the 26 verses illustrates a provision, protection, characteristic, or action of God that is for the benefit of His people and also illustrates what our reaction ought to be: Praise, because "His love endures forever". Sit back and enjoy this week's message..
  • Jul 16, 2017Psalms: David and Bathsheba – The Story Behind Psalm 51
    Jul 16, 2017
    Psalms: David and Bathsheba – The Story Behind Psalm 51
    King David is celebrated as Israel's greatest king - yet, in one instance, he sinned grievously and brought hurt, pain and death to many people.  Pastor Sam sheds light on the story of David and Bathsheba as told in 2 Samuel, chapters 11 and 12. We learn that sin cannot be hidden forever and that eventually we will have to face the consequences.  When David was confronted by the prophet Nathan, he considered the magnitude of his sin, realizing that while he had sinned against his fellow human being, his greatest sin was against God, himself, and he wrote his raw feelings in the form of Psalm 51. Join us for this powerful message about the psalm that Pastor Sam has said is a psalm for Christians.