In this short three week sermon series we are going to take a brief look at the life and ministry of the prophet Jeremiah. Here was a man who was called to the unhappy task of announcing the destruction of the Kingdom of Judah as a result of their rebellion against God. Despite the book’s […]
For this five week sermon series we will be taking a look at the last book in the New Testament: Revelation. While this book can seem pretty overwhelming and confusing at times, Revelation offers us hope, encouragement, warnings, prophecy, and the assurance that the ultimate assurance that there is victory in Christ.
A new sermon series called ‘Seven.’ During this series we are going to look at what have traditionally been called the ‘Seven Deadly Sins.’ As we do this, we will take a look at how these sins are often at work in the hearts of people, our world, and the affects that they have. Conversely, we […]
For the next four weeks we will begin our next series, ‘Fathers of the Faith.’ We are going to look at a king, a prophet, a disciple, and a missionary, two from the Old Testament, two from the New Testament. As we take a look at their lives and study the scriptures we will reflect […]
In this four week sermon series we will look at four different women who were each touched by God in unique ways. In a time where females had little perceived value in the world, God used these individuals to serve, protect, love, and lead in ways that impacted generations to come.
For the season of Lent we will be studying the ‘Final Words of Jesus’ that he spoke from the cross. Each week we will look at one of the phrases and examine how it provides a powerful and moving picture of what was on the heart of Jesus when he died.
September is ‘Alabaster Month.’ Twice a year we take an Alabaster Offering. This is a special offering that is given to the Mission of God all over the world in the form of churches, schools, hospitals, and medical clinics. Do you have loose change? Sure you do! Collect it and bring it to church on […]
Many people, Christians and non-Christians alike, are able to recite the Lord’s Prayer. How many times have we recited the words of that prayer without giving them much thought? Starting January 12th we will begin a six-week sermon series as we take a fresh look at this powerful prayer that Jesus taught his disciples to pray. I can’t […]