May 23rd, 2013 by rubenv84
Sometimes we stand alone. Whether you are the only red head, only male, only sophomore, only Christian, etc. But what does God think? Does He want us to be alone?
May 16th, 2013 by rubenv84
Nobody wants to be second. Everyone wants to be first. What we need to remember is that Christ is first. This series is all about people telling there stories about Jesus helped them in there life.
May 9th, 2013 by rubenv84
We have talked about the things we would like to announce, but what does Jesus have to say about that? If we gave Him the opportunity, if we gave Him the stage, what would He say?
May 2nd, 2013 by rubenv84
We constantly post on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. And everyone loves it when we get comments, likes, and favorites on our posts. Everyday we are making announcements and looking for acceptance. But why?
Apr 25th, 2013 by rubenv84
If it isn't broke, then why fix it? H-Town Master's Commission came back for a round 2. Here is a compilation of the things they said. For more information check www.h-townmc.com
Apr 18th, 2013 by rubenv84
H-Town Master's Commission was in the house and took over our service. They did dramas and worship. Listen to a compilation of the things that different HMC students had to say.
Apr 11th, 2013 by rubenv84
Maybe throughout this series, it hasn't applied to you. Your life is great. You have no problems and no worries. But what if we told you, that you are suppose to be "broken." Not in the sense of hurt but compassion with action.
Apr 4th, 2013 by rubenv84
Job is a very interesting book of the Bible. He was labeled as blameless, yet goes through an awful experience, where he loses everything. Does he blame God, or does he continue to be blameless?
Mar 21st, 2013 by rubenv84
The world is full of broken people. The biggest question after establishing that you are broken is how to we heal. Hear the things you can do to heal from a broken heart.
Mar 14th, 2013 by rubenv84
Pastors Ruben & Alayna answer questions straight from the youth. The first question was cut off. The question was "Is secular (non-Christian) music bad for you?"