Best Life – Pastor Ben Sanders

In this message we explore the universal longing for fulfillment beyond material success. Through introspection and surrendering our attachments, we’re challenged to build our lives on a foundation of Faith, transcending mere ambition and finding true contentment in God’s presence. This transformative journey invites us to embrace a life that surpasses earthly desires, leading to a deeper understanding of fulfillment and purpose.

One Way – Pastor Ben Sanders

Dive into a profound message with Pastor Ben as he explores the essence of building life God’s way, emphasizing the pivotal role of faith as the foundational element for a purposeful and fulfilling journey. Drawing inspiration from the creation story in Genesis, the message highlights the importance of aligning every aspect of life with God’s principles. Pastor Ben shares practical insights on starting relationships & rebuilding marriages God’s way!

Win Everyone – Pastor Ben Sanders

It is a great honor to lead others to Faith, boasting not in pride but in the positive impact we’ve had. As messengers of God’s love, let’s envision lives transformed, baptized, and entering heaven with joy. This vision fuels our commitment to the Great Commission, sharing the transformative power of Faith!

Win Your Family – Dr. Landon Galloway

Uncover the parallels between Nehemiah, a cup bearer in the king’s palace, and the challenges we face in our families today. This message calls us to wake up, break free from complacency, and actively fight for our families. Don’t miss this stirring message that encourages us to prioritize what truly matters—our loved ones. It’s time to be a force for change and restoration in our homes.

Win Yourself – Pastor Ben Sanders

Join us for a powerful message that delves into the essence of crucifying temporary suffering to attain imperishable glory. Emphasizing the importance of self-discipline for the greater purpose of guiding others. Gain insights into facing life’s challenges, embracing suffering, and finding strength in seeking God’s kingdom first. Learn to crucify your temporary struggles, trusting in the promise of a new, glorified body and eternal life.

Vision Sunday

“Two Words for the New Year: Muddy Water” In the heart of the story of Naaman, a commander afflicted with leprosy, lies a profound metaphor for our spiritual journey. This narrative is more than a biblical tale; it’s a reflection of our own struggles and the path to receiving what we seek from God. Naaman, a man of stature and pride, initially balked at the prophet Elisha’s simple solution to wash in the Jordan River. His reluctance echoes our own hesitance to obey God. Naaman’s story is a reminder that true healing and transformation often come through simple acts of faith and obedience, much like the act of immersing in the muddy waters of the Jordan. In our lives, we encounter our versions of ‘muddy water’ – those unassuming opportunities for growth and renewal that we often overlook or undervalue. Just as Naaman had to shed his pride and follow Elisha’s instructions, we too are called to let go of our preconceived notions and ego. It’s in these acts of surrender that we often find the most profound growth. The muddy waters symbolize not just a physical action, but a spiritual stance of humility and trust in God’s plan. The …

Unwrapped: Gifts to God

Today we are finishing up our series called “Unwrapped.” What a perfect name for a series at Christmas right? We learned about a few of the gifts that God has provided for us as His children and followers. So the first gift was the gift of justification, which was really the gift of peace with God. We talked about the gift of redemption, which brings us joy, the joy of salvation. And then last week we talked about the gift of sanctification, which is really the gift of love as we are molded in the image of the one who loves us. Now, let’s discuss some gifts that WE can give to God. Let’s look at Luke 2:10-14 which says, “And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger. And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and …

Unwrapping Sanctification – Christine Burch

Today, we wrap up our series called “Unwrapped” with one more word that you may have heard before. We have looked at justification and redemption and today we will look at sanctification. To summarize what we have learned, justification is the act of being made righteous through the atoning blood of Jesus. We are in fact sinners, but because Jesus died on the cross, God no longer sees our sin, but He sees us as righteous. Redemption comes from Jesus dying on the cross to save us from our sin. This was God’s amazing plan to save us from an eternity in hell. What is sanctification? It means to be set aside for a sacred purpose. A great example of being set aside is when your grandma or mom tells the family that the “good china or silver” is never to be touched except for special occasions. Why? It was because the owner wanted these items to be special and protected. You don’t throw a hot dog down on your special china! No, you use a paper plate or your every day dishes for that. The china is for holidays and very special occasions. I know these words can be …

Unwrapping Redemption – William Burch

Grasp the profound truth that, in spite of our imperfections, we’ve received an extraordinary gift – Redemption! He, in His boundless mercy, has rescued us! Through the transformative power of His sacrifice, we’ve been liberated from the shackles of sin! Revelation Frisco is a Spirit-filled, diverse, non-denominational church family located in Frisco, TX. Led by Pastor Ben Sanders, we envision a church that is vibrantly alive with true worship of Jesus Christ. Visit us online at http://rev.church.

The Gift of Justification – Chuck Sanders

Today we are going to look at our new series titled “Unwrapped.” We are just a few weeks away from Christmas, and I know everyone loves a great present to unwrap. However, these presents are temporary no matter how well they are made. Let’s dive into something that is extremely valuable and eternal! Wherever you are on your personal journey, whether you are a non-believer, new believer or veteran in the faith, there is a gift that once unwrapped only needs receiving. This gift is called justification. Sounds important doesn’t it? Well, it is and you will see why. I think we can all agree that just because we accept Jesus, it does not mean that we instantly understand all that there is to know about Him. Look at the thief on the cross who was one of two criminals who were crucified along with Jesus. He was very aware of his crimes and knew he deserved to die. However, he saw Jesus suffering on the cross and knew that He was innocent and that this man and His teachings should be loved and followed. He didn’t have time to get saved, attend church for years or even be baptized. …