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Historical Fiction set in Astoria, Oregon starting in 1937. Exploring time and space in the Wildest Town in the West, where places are not where they appear to be and people are not always the same person you think they are. Follow our scientists, TA DeWalt & Anderson Gustafson, as they wrestle with reality and truth in this rugged American outpost. “Sometimes Dreams Walk Amongst Us”
 
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So many times we pray and ask God for so many things and we don't seem to get an answer. Lord, why don't you answer us? In this message Pastor Peter details some of the reasons why God may not answer our prayer. What is it that God is trying to tell us? The Lord has a perfect plan for our lives and will not allow us to take less than what he has fo…
 
In Jacob's loneliness and fear, there appeared a Man who wrestled with Jacob. Who was this mysterious man, and why the wrestling match? There are times we go thru periods of fear and loneliness and actually find ourselves wrestling with God. Rest assured, like Jacob, these divine "wrestling matches" are for your good and His glory!…
 
Wise men came from the East bearing gifts for the young Jesus. How did these men know a king was about to be born, and what was the significance of the gifts they brought? It tells the story of the a great King, who came not from a faraway place on earth, but from heaven to be the Savior of mankind.저자 Pastor Peter Outar
 
There are multiple instances of the Lord speaking to His people in the Bible. At this Christmas season, we read of Mary and Joseph hearing from the Lord. But does the Lord still speak to His people today? The Bible tells us that even today, the Lord is speaking to believers, ever ready to lead us and reveal Himself to us in the most difficult of ti…
 
Armed with the promise he received from God, David pursued the enemy, overtook them and recovered all that the enemy had stolen from him AND more! So it is in the life of the believer in Christ. Let us put aside our apathy, stop procrastinating and go after what God has promised us! Let us retake the joy, time, loved ones, possessions that the enem…
 
David the warrior returned home to find his settlement burnt and the families taken by the Amalekites. One would think this warrior would immediately chase after the enemy, but he did not. Instead this warrior waited on the Lord and received a promise before going to war. In our lives, it is necessary to wait on the Lord and receive his divine stra…
 
David returned with his army to find their homes burnt and their families gone, and wept until they lost their strength. There was a feeling righteous anger, a feeling of desperation and grief at what they had lost? Are you angry at what the enemy has stolen from you, the joy he has robbed you of and the wasted time he has stolen? Then like David y…
 
Caleb received a promise from God and followed thru on it in spite of every obstacle he faced. In the end God gave him victory and he received the promise he waited for. But it didn't stop there. Caleb left an inheritance to those who came after him. He took back what the enemy stole from him and left it to generations that came after him. And so w…
 
The little heard of Caleb in the Bible seized on the promises of God and ascended a mountain of Giants to take what God had given to him. God has given us His promises and even made clear His intentions for us. It is time we be like Caleb and be ready to war for what God has ordained for us and not allow the enemy to rob us of our joy, families, an…
 
Joshua was a worshipper, a warrior, a worker, and was called a servant of the Lord. What does it mean to be a servant of the Lord? A peek into Joshua's admonition to Israel shortly before he died gives us insight into what Joshua, this warrior for God, had his heart centered on.저자 Pastor Peter Outar
 
The life of the Christian is not a static one. The Lord is always moving us on, taking us to a place of blessing, a place of promise. God's dealings with Joshua as he led the Israelites into the promised land is an example for us to follow as we seize the blessing that God has in store for us저자 Pastor Peter Outar
 
One of the fears we have is of people. People who drive fear and intimidation into us on the job, our surroundings, etc. A well known prophet in the Bible had a similar situation and ran away, fearing for his life. God's provision for him in his situation is instructive for us today.저자 Pastor Peter Outar
 
The Lord told Moses that the promised land was given to them, and the people agreed that the land was great. Yet they refused to enter into it, making excuses for why they could not go in. Why? Because they saw obstacles. Fortified cities, strong people and giants in the land who would devour them. They feared. They feared failure, that they would …
 
Fear. Everyone of us has experienced that deep, terrorizing feeling, and it doesn't have to be in a bad part of town at night. We may experience that fear when we are sitting right at home. Fear, anxiety, panic. Where does it come from in the life of the believer? Why is the Christian so gripped with paralyzing fear that keeps them from stepping in…
 
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