Peter Dupre
Role: Lead Pastor
Latest sermons by Peter Dupre
God Still Wants a Family
Sunday, 14 July 2019

Have you ever wondered why there is so much evil in the world? Have you ever wondered why God doesn't just take care of it? In part two of the series, "Family Portrait," Pastor Peter share God's intention to carry on with plan A to have a human family even if it means that humans will live in a broken world separated from Him. We will discover that God knew this would happen and had a plan before even created a thing. And, that plan would involve God coming to earth as one of us to bring us back to himself.

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What Does God Want?
Sunday, 07 July 2019

In this introduction to the new message series, "Family Portrait," Pastor Peter answers the question, "What Does God Want? The answer may surprise you and is life changing if you accept it.

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Shadows
Sunday, 30 June 2019
Duration: 38 mins 55 secs

The enemy of our spirits likes to attack from the shadows. We never see it coming. Maybe that's why we are a tend to fear shadowy places and shadowy people. But not all shadows are made alike. In this inspiring message, Revive welcomes back our good friend, Pastor Jim Ennis who shares from the Psalms that God doesn't live in the shadows, but in God's shadow is a great place to be!

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Better Call Saul
Sunday, 23 June 2019
Passage:Acts 11:1-26
Series:Unfinished
Duration: 40 mins 37 secs

Pastor Peter teaches from Acts 11 focusing in on why Saul was the perfect person to lead the church at Antioch and what Saul was probably doing over the 10 years he was in Tarsus.

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To the Ends of the Earth
Sunday, 16 June 2019
Passage:Acts 10:1-48
Series:Unfinished
Duration: 37 mins 35 secs

The book of Acts takes a dramatic turn in Acts 10. The first nine chapters have focus on the first three phases of the Great Commission: Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria. The work of the church thus far has focused on people who were part of reclaiming the Promised Land. Now we see the Gospel breaking down the barrier between Jews and gentiles. In the account of Cornelius and Peter we learn that God wants everyone in his family and how to pray from our loved ones.

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