Coast Hills believes in Glorifying God together through L.I.F.E. We do this through learning the Word, investing into relationships, following the way of Christ and engaging our world.
Works Of The Flesh Part 2
Works Of The Flesh Part 1
God's Secret Mission
Celebrating Camp@Coast, Pastor Jason Huffman teaches from Ephesians 3:18. In this powerful passage, Paul's prayer for the Ephesian church is that they would know the deep love of Christ. This love changes us, strengthens us, and allows us to come boldly and confidently to His throne. God's secret mission was to use the Church to demonstrate His love to the world. May we know just how high, long, deep, and wide His love is, so that we can continue our mission to go and make disciples.
The Fight for Control
In this teaching, Pastor Jason Huffman reminds us that there is an ongoing fight between our flesh and the Spirit, but we enter this fight with the upper-hand. Paul explains to the Galatians that when Christians walk in step with the Spirit, they will not gratify the desires of their flesh. In this war of desires, the Christian must choose to fight by living each day open and yielded to follow God's leading. These spiritual steps often look like our everyday practical choices and will yield important fruit in our lives.
The Conflict & Clues Of Legalism
Continuing through Galatians 4, Pastor Jason Huffman shares how Christians are children of promise, not children of performance. Righteousness has not come by keeping the Law. Pride and flesh desire to reach God's perfect standard by ourselves, but such legalism produces heavy burdens on the believer and rejects the invitation of the God who said, "Come to Me and I will give you rest." We need to stop adding works of the Law for acceptance and spiritual growth, and instead to stand firmly in the liberty by which Jesus Christ has set us free.
Freedom From and Freedom For
Teaching on Galatians 5:1-15, Pastor Jason Huffman considers a central part of Jesus' mission: our freedom. Paul says that it is for freedom that we've been set free, but this freedom is for a specific purpose. The purpose is not to go back to being enslaved to the Law, but to live in the unmerited favor of God and to share such love with a world still enslaved to sin.