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How do we tap into the victory of Jesus the Messiah?

How do we tap into the victory of Jesus the Messiah?

“Never had the kingdom of darkness suffered such a mortal blow than when Jesus burst through the grave.”

In this message Christian Training Center director, Larry Pons, takes us through Colossians 2 and reminds us of the glorious victory of Jesus the Messiah!

What does the resurrection of Jesus mean? Can it bring revival?

Susan Pons speaks about resurrection and revival in nature, in the life of Jesus and in our lives.

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Colossians 2: The Victory of Christ

“Never had the kingdom of darkness suffered such a mortal blow than when Jesus burst through the grave.”
In this message CTCI director, Larry Pons, takes us through Colossians 2 and reminds us of the glorious victory of Jesus Christ!

WATCH the Full Video HERE.

Resurrection and Revival

In this Easter Sunday message, Susan Pons speaks about resurrection and revival in nature, in the life of Christ and in our lives.

WATCH the full-length video HERE.

LISTEN to the full audio message HERE.

Up From the Ground

I love spring. I think it’s fitting that winter’s barrenness is followed by the most colorful season of them all. It is a time of new beginnings, of freshness, a time of awakening. Sitting on our porch is a birdhouse which was built by one of my kids. As I walked by the other day, I glanced in it and saw eggs sitting there waiting to be incubated. Two weeks ago it was snowing and today there are eggs. Springtime is exploding all around us. Although winter will probably try to hold spring down or turn it back, we can be assured that warm weather will prevail.

What does this have to do with Easter? Well, it is no coincidence that way back during the Exodus, slavery was dying and freedom was bursting forth during this time of year. It wasn’t by accident that Jesus conquered sin and death during this time of year. It was God’s plan that a season in the story of mankind would end with the most crucial event in all of history. You see, the same way that germination causes a plant to come up out of the ground, our Lord rose up from the ground on Easter.

What does this season look like to me? It signifies the end of slavery to legalism. It looks like a fresh beginning in my walk with him. It is a time of growth. It is a time of victory. No matter how dark the barrenness of winter has been, new life is waiting for you. Allow the fullness of resurrection to enter your soul.

How can you respond to Him this Easter?

1) Yield yourself to His touch. Slow down and surrender.

2) Hear His voice. Quiet yourself, wait and listen.

3) Walk with Him. Fellowship with Him and walk in His ways.

4) Thank Him. For all He has done. For what He is doing. For what He will do. For His resurrection – and yours.

Experience new life this Easter.