Sermons

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



September 23, 2018

What We Believe The Reality of Heaven and Hell Nineteenth century agnostic Thomas Huxley was rushing to catch a train in Dublin. He climbed aboard a horse drawn carriage and said, “Hurry, I’m almost late … drive fast.” The driver set off at a furious pace and Huxley sat back and closed his eyes. After … Read more



September 17, 2018

What We Believe “Being Missionary” 2 Timothy 4:1-5 One Sunday morning, a pastor began his sermon saying, “I’d like to make three points today. First, there are millions of people around the world who are going to hell. Second, most of us sitting here today do not give a damn about it.” After a lengthy … Read more



September 10, 2018

A Joyous Church Acts 2:46-47 One look at human history and what we see a story of humanity’s endeavor to solve its own problems, from food to famines, from violence and war, to who’s got what and how can we get more. And seeing that there are more problems facing the world today than ever … Read more



September 10, 2018

Spiritual First Aid Procuring God’s Peace Before I begin, let me say that God considers peace so important that not only did He give it as a title to His Son, Jesus, calling Him the Prince of Peace, but He also made it part of two life changing teachings. The Apostle Paul lists out peace … Read more



August 29, 2018

What We Believe The Gospel Romans 1:14-17 In our series on what we believe, last week we looked at the Bible and how it is God’s word to us providing answers and directions for life that are practical, beneficial, and relevant. It teaches us what is true and reproves what isn’t, and it instructs us … Read more



August 20, 2018

What We Believe The Bible This morning in our “What We Believe” series, I’d like to talk about the Bible, or God’s word, and how it can be trusted as authority and give directions for our lives. Whenever I do teachings, my proof and certainty of whatever it is that I’m saying is found within … Read more



August 13, 2018

What We Believe “Communion: A Time To Remember” 1 Corinthians 11:17-34 A little girl asked her mother, “Mommy, why do you cut the ends off meat before you cook it?” The girl’s mother said it added flavor by allowing the meat to better absorb the spices, but also told her to ask her grandmother since … Read more



August 5, 2018

What We Believe “Repentance: A One Word Sermon” Many are feeling the pain of being trapped in an unending cycle of sinning and confessing, and unfortunately for some, this is on a daily basis. Day after day they experience the haunting and persistent accusations by Satan, the accuser, and day after day they cry tears … Read more



July 28, 2018

What We Believe The Church: The Body of Christ As we continue through our series on what we as Christians say we believe in, we’ll be looking at a number of different doctrines, or teachings, of the church. And it is my hope that everyone will not only grow in their understanding, but also in … Read more



July 9, 2018

What We Believe “The Fall and Rise of Humanity” Genesis 3 This summer I’ll be going through a series on what we as Christians say we believe in. And while most already know them, like the Apostle Peter I never get tired of retelling them (2 Peter 1:12). And the reason is because while we … Read more



July 2, 2018

July 4th Sermon God’s Declaration of Freedom With all of America’s imperfections and contradictions, July 4th, or Independence Day still represents one thing that all people can celebrate, and that is, Freedom. Freedom is one the great blessings we have as a country. We have political and personal freedoms, that which was fought for, and … Read more



June 25, 2018

Transformed for Significance After three generations of living in the back country with no contact to the outside world, a father decided it was about time they saw what had become of the world. They finally came to the big city where they saw buildings so tall that they quickly became intimated. Leaving his wife … Read more



June 22, 2018

Father’s Day “A Dad’s Legacy” When it comes to holidays, Father’s Day isn’t up there very high, in fact, it might be at the bottom of the ladder, especially when compared to Mother’s Day. Mother’s Day is huge deal and is highly advertised. Hallmark and flower shops make a fortune on Mothers Day, but not … Read more



June 5, 2018

The Names of Jesus The Great High Priest After Jesus’s death and resurrection, He ascended into heaven where He took upon Himself, not only the title, but also the ministry of being our great High Priest, and that for all eternity. It was for this very purpose that Jesus came, to be our Mediator, our … Read more



May 28, 2018

Memorial Day Message “Our Need to Remember” Joshua 4 Originally called Decoration Day, Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering and giving honor to the people who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. The holiday is observed every year on the last Monday of May. While the commemoration … Read more



May 14, 2018

A Mother’s Heart I’ve always been a Calvin and Hobbes cartoon fan. I remember one of their Mother’s Day comic strips. Standing by his mother’s bed Calvin said, “Hey, Mom! Wake up. I made you a Mother’s Day card.” She replied, “How sweet of you.” Calvin said, “I did it all by myself. Go ahead … Read more



May 7, 2018

Bust-A-Move Years ago there was a phrase called, “Bust-A Move.” It is a dancing term, more along the lines of break dancing. But it also means to get moving, which is what we need to be doing as believers and as a church, because time is short. And so today I’d like to look at … Read more



April 30, 2018

“A Promised Rest” Introduction One of the most important and commonly neglected area of our overall health is rest. Rest is essential to good health. And while it won’t provide immunity from illness and disease, it will thwart and slow down some of the more serious physical, emotional, and spiritual problems we face in our … Read more





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