Sermons

February 18, 2019

Living Opportunistically (Open your Bibles to 1 Samuel 14) John Wycliffe lived 200 years before the Protestant Reformation, which ushered in a belief system that moved the church away from Roman Catholicism, and towards a belief in God and the Scriptures as the source of divine revelation. Wycliffe, and others like him, seized the opportunities … Read more



February 11, 2019

Living Victoriously While I only watched a little bit of the Super Bowl last Sunday, by all accounts it was more of a defensive game than an offensive one. Now, in the sports world, there is a saying that a good offense begins with a good defense, and it’s defense that wins the game. And … Read more



February 4, 2019

Living Above the Bar At the end of last week’s message on living intentionally knowing that our days are numbered, I ended with a story about a high jumper who finally cleared 6’8” and then related it to our lives and how important it is to identify God’s eternal values and invest our lives in … Read more



January 28, 2019

Living Intentionally As we are entering into a new year, I thought it would be beneficial to look at how we as Christians are to live our lives in this crazy mixed up world. So far we’ve looked at in-between and meanwhile living. Today, I’d like to look at intentional living, which is about our … Read more



January 21, 2019

Living in the Meanwhile We live in world and county filled with unprecedented violence, political upheaval, and uncertainty. These are coupled with an increase in natural disasters, and so we wonder if this is ever going to change, or are we in for more of the same as we approach this next year. Last week … Read more



January 14, 2019

Living in the In-Between Living our lives as a Christian goes something like this. God gives us a vision, plan, purpose and calling for our lives, but He doesn’t give us all the details at the same time. These we receive along the way as we look to Him. And I think God planned it … Read more



January 7, 2019

God’s Resolutions Before we look at the resolutions that God has made concerning all of us, I began by thinking about our New Year’s resolutions, and then I thought about what it meant and where it all came from. It seems that the word, “resolution” had its origin back in the late 14th century. It … Read more



December 31, 2018

Be Ready And Prepared A New Years Message Ephesians 5:15-20 Introduction As we approach New Years Eve and 2019, we’re all ready to list out our resolutions. As I was pondering these New Year’s resolutions, a story came to mind about a young man calling his folks to wish them Happy New Years. As he … Read more



December 24, 2018

God’s Design in Man’s Despair Matthew 1:1-25 Looking at this title, “God’s Design in Man’s Despair,” it doesn’t look or sound like a positive and uplifting Christmas message, but stay tuned, because I believe you’ll be blessed knowing that God’s has a design for our lives. This actually came from two sources, first was Jesus’s … Read more



December 17, 2018

Christmas Service Matthew 6:25-34 As you look at the screen, you may be thinking that today is our Christmas service, and you may be thinking of Christmas songs and a message, hopefully short, about the Christmas story, that is, the birth of our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ. Now, I really don’t want to burst … Read more



December 10, 2018

The Giving of Christmas “Christmas is For-Giving” Last week we looked at the first giving of Christmas, which was “Thanks-Giving,” and that’s because Thanksgiving is always before Christmas. Today I’d like to look with you at the second giving that is associated with Christmas is that Christmas is “For-Giving.” Forgiveness is something that touches every … Read more



December 3, 2018

The Giving of Christmas “Christmas is for Thanks-Giving” With Thanksgiving over and Christmas right around the corner, we find ourselves in the middle of two of our countries most iconic holidays, where the giving of thanks is front and center, I’d like to take some time and do a two-part series on the topic of … Read more



November 26, 2018

When Foundations Crumble There’s a saying among seismologists: “Earthquakes don’t kill people. Buildings kill people.” It’s not the enormous shock waves that cause most injuries and fatalities. It’s how the structures in which people live, work, and congregate react to those shock waves that literally spell the difference between life and death. While all buildings … Read more



November 19, 2018

What We Believe The Second Coming of Christ 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 If there is a subject that has been historically near and dear to the hearts of believers it is the return of Jesus Christ. And without a doubt the return of Christ is going to be an exciting event! However, throughout the years there’s … Read more



November 12, 2018

(This sermon was taken from my upcoming Pamphlet “Doctrinal Cliffnotes: The Trinity.” This is a shortened version to make it fit into a sermon for my series on “What We Believe.”) What We Believe “The Trinity” Through many of the social media sites there’s a lot being said about the nature and character of God. … Read more



November 5, 2018

What We Believe Stewardship: Taking Care of God’s Possessions Matthew 25:14-30 The Bible makes it clear saying that everything in heaven and on earth belongs to God. “Indeed heaven and the highest heavens belong to the Lord your God, also the earth with all that is in it.” (Deuteronomy 10:14 NKJV) “The heavens are Yours, … Read more



October 29, 2018

What We Believe Divine Healing John 5:1-15 When we look at the people around us what do we see? While people are adept at putting on faces and putting up fronts, the truth is that we see people who are hurting. We see people who are troubled and in need of peace. We see lonely … Read more



October 21, 2018

Help My Unbelief Mark 9:24 Background After Jesus’s return from the Mount of Transfiguration, He is met by His disciples and what would seem like a mob. What happened is that a father brought to Jesus his son to be healed saying, “Teacher, I brought You my son, who has a mute spirit. And wherever … Read more



October 15, 2018

Moved By The Spirit Ezra 1:5-6 This past week while in the hospital’s waiting room, I started to read the book of Ezra. Why, I’m not quite sure, but the Lord wouldn’t allow be to go beyond verse six, and to specifically meditate on verses five and six. Ezra begins by taking us back to … Read more



October 8, 2018

Renewed, Refreshed, and Revived A customer wrote a letter of complaint to a company he had bought a knife from. He said that as he used his new knife it had gotten dull, and he had expected that it would last a long time. The company responded, “It will. Sharpen it and try it again.” … Read more





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