Robby Bradfordevangelism, preaching and teaching, spiritual growthLeave a Comment

Here is the last of four messages on the theme “Seasons”.  We explored how spiritual growth and transformation is usually connect to a certain pattern that mirrors the agricultural process. Check out the outline and the message from Sunday, May 22! SEASONS—Harvest 1 Corinthians 3:6  “I planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the increase.” Mark 4:8  “But other seed fell on good … Read More

Spiritual Gifts Assessment

Robby BradfordChurch life, discipleship, discover, First Assembly Community Ministries, First Assembly of God Lafayette, Holy Spirit, leadership, leadership development, spiritual gifts, spiritual growthLeave a Comment

One of the ways that we’re wanting to help you to reach your potential as a believer is by providing a simple path to identifying the spiritual gifts that the Holy Spirit has placed in your life! By clicking here, you’ll be able to take a test that will take less than 10 minutes to complete!  It will then give … Read More


Robby Bradfordevangelism, gospel, growth, outreach, preaching and teaching, salvation, spiritual growthLeave a Comment

This series of messages is exploring the process God uses to bring about spiritual life and breakthrough. This message focuses on what it means to be a planter in the lives of others when it comes to the gospel. Check out the outline and the video below! The message begins at 2:47:00! Seasons–Planting Mark 4:3-8   “Listen! Behold, a sower went … Read More


Robby BradfordBreakthrough, repentance, spiritual disciplines, spiritual growthLeave a Comment

How do we start the process of finding spiritual growth or breakthrough in your life?  It’s through breaking up the hard ground of our hearts. This message focuses on that dynamic exactly. I’m enjoying this four-part series called “Seasons” already!  You’ll find the outline and the message itself below! Life Cycles—Plowing 1 Corinthians 3:6  I planted the seed in your … Read More

SEASONS–Spring 2016 Series

Robby Bradfordchurch growth, Church life, evangelism, growth, preaching and teaching, spiritual growth, spirituality1 Comment

The Bible begins with seasons.  God creates them in the first chapter of Genesis.  The cycle that unfolds based on the seasons fill the rest of the Bible in many different ways.  And in particular, four seasons related to growth emerge: plowing, planting, watering and harvesting. So it is with nearly everything that God does, whether corporately (in the life … Read More

Holy Spirit Conference

Robby Bradfordbaptism in the Holy Spirit, discipleship, discover, events, First Assembly Community Ministries, Holy Spirit, outreach, spiritual gifts, spiritual growth1 Comment

Sunday, April 10 to Tuesday, April 12, 2016 First Assembly Community Ministries in Lafayette, Indiana will host a “Holy Spirit Conference” with guests Tim and Rochelle Enloe.  The Enloe’s have travelled the world bring clear, relevant, practical teaching about the baptism in the Holy Spirit and ministering in the power of the Spirit. Because this conference is of interest to Christians of … Read More

How My Family Celebrates Advent

Robby Bradfordadvent, Bible studies, Bible study, carols, Christianity, Christmas, discipleship, family, holidays, Jesus Christ, joy, prayer, spiritual growth, the Bible, worship3 Comments

Do you suppose the angels in the sky looked at all like this picture on the night Jesus was born?  The following is a guest post from my lovely wife about how my family celebrates the season! Advent is a word that has many different meanings to just as many people.  For some, it is a season of the church … Read More


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You can’t be an effective witness to the power of Jesus to change a life if you’ve not been changed by Jesus.  That’s the basic idea of this message.  Check out the outline and video of week 5 of this series that is moving our church. LIFE ON MISSION—GROW Luke 6:40  “The student is not above the teacher, but everyone … Read More