Join Us in this Verse-by-verse 
Midweek Service & Bible Study
Led by Pastor Sammy Davis
With your host, Pastor Randy Carrasco
At The Garage

Tuesdays at 6:30 PM

Up next, Pastor Larry Murray will be teaching! He plans to complete the second of his two-part series on ethics, the Law and God's Grace. Don't miss out! Invite a friend to come sit with you... and perhaps enjoy some of those delicious tacos that will be provided before the service!

Hey! This is pastor Sammy.  This past Tuesday, I sure was glad to be feeling well enough to be back with you, teaching in Ephesians (Chapter 4, verses 1-6). We were all blessed to see many beloved, familiar faces well as a few new ones! It's a wonderful thing to welcome each person to join in we gather 'round to sit at the feet of Jesus! 

Thank you for all your notes, well wishes and prayers!  I look forward to seeing you all next time as we continue on in Ephesians 4...

'Til then, my prayer is that our wonderful Lord will guide and direct your each of your steps as you as you walk with Him.

Pastor Sammy & Christella welcome you.


The heart of the gospel was perfectly described by the Apostle Paul in 2 Corinthians 5:20-21, “Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, God making his appeal through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God. For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God.”

I am forever amazed at the grace of God; He exchanged my sin for His righteousness to reconcile me to Himself.

This proves His infinite love for me. My sin was a betrayal of His image. My sin was an assault against His character. My sin was an infinite crime against His glory. I deserve eternal punishment and will never deserve to be reconciled to God. But God so loved me that upon the Cross He took upon Himself my guilt and has clothed me with His righteousness. I cannot express the fullness of my gratitude, so I am committed to worship and serve Him forever. And with that in mind, I am thankful for the ministry of Samuel Davis because he strives to keep the heart of the gospel always before me.

~ Jason Robertson, Lead Pastor of Huntington Beach Church