Category Archives: Sermons

The Uncertainties of Life

Life is filled with many anxious moments....especially in 2020. However, it is incredibly reassuring to know God watches over the affairs of our lives. Psalm 121--a song sung by the Israelites when they traveled to Jerusalem--reminds us that God watches over us during times of uncertainty.  Come on out or log on Sunday morning to…
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Redeeming the Time

It is easy to look at some Scripture passages such as Ephesians 5 and come up with a long list of things we shouldn't do, and it is important to be careful to avoid sinful actions.  The Christian life, however, is not just a list of things we shouldn't do, it is a life that…
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The Problems With Being a Dad – LIVE!

This is the week!  We are holding a Sunday service in our building for the first time in 3 months.  The sermon for this week, since it is Father's Day, is "The Problems With Being a Dad.   Please note, however, that the message will have truth and application relevant for everyone! We hope you will…
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Walking in the Light

Do you like to see where you are going?  Have you ever had someone come to your rescue with a flashlight when you were lost in the dark? We as Christians are children of the Kingdom of Light and as a result are called to walk in the Light and thereby be light here in…
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Another Outdoor Service!

We had another wonderful outdoor service today!  God gave us such beautiful weather and many people worked together to make it a wonderful experience with a great music and worship time together. We also looked at the important but difficult issue of racial bias and the need to confront this issue in our own lives…
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Together at Last!

This Sunday we are having our first in person service in 12 weeks!  We are going to use the outdoors as our venue for this first time back together.  Join us for this full worship service with congregational singing, special music, and a message from the book of Matthew that will give us some important…
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Who Do You Want to Be Like?

From the very day we are born, we begin looking to others for cues on how to live.  God has given children the incredible desire to both mimic their parents and seek a response from their actions.  Even into adulthood, the truth is we are still doing this: looking to those around us for cues…
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Answers in the Crisis

Some people are saying that the Corona virus crisis is God's judgment on America (or the world or . . . you pick the target).  Are they correct?  Others are asking, how can a good, loving God allow this to happen?  Does true, biblical, Christianity have any substantial answers for this or just sympathy?  We…
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Trusting God To Provide

This week we will look at a true story from the Old Testament of a widow and her son in a tough situation.  It illustrates Paul's Words from Philippians 4, "I know how to be abased, and I know how to abound. Everywhere and in all things I have learned both to be full and…
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Putting on the New

After making the command to put off the old and put on the new, Paul now gives specific instruction on just how we are to do that. Here in Ephesians 4:25-32 Paul deals with anger and our speech.  He further explains how important this is because if we speak and act according to the old…
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