With the arrival of the Corona Virus the way we have church has had to be modified by necessity. That does not mean that we simply cancel services, instead, we find alternate ways to deliver the eternal message of Jesus Christ. Sermons will be available Wednesdays at 6:30 and Sundays at 11.
As we celebrate the freedoms afforded by our great nation, let us never forget the freedom from sin we experience when we accept Jesus as Lord of our lives.
When the seventh seal is broken, we see three preparations for judgment.
1. A shattering silence.
2. The instruments of judgment.
3. The signs of the coming judgment begin upon earth.
A retelling Ananias’ story, leading to see that all that really matters is loving God and loving others.
What do children owe their fathers? What do children need from their fathers? What should children expect from their fathers? The Bible is our ultimate guide for raising Godly children.
The sixth seal is now broken and the great day of God’s wrath begins. We will look at the effects of God’s wrath upon the universe, the effects of God’s wrath upon the people, and the reason for the catastrophes and the panic of men.
Of the 10 lepers, only one returned to give thanks. Thankfulness is remembering, returning, and living to give thanks.
We are ambassadors - never forget to which Kingdom we belong, but let us love the people of this world as much as Jesus loves them.
The events that we will see with the seals are not the end of history itself. They are events that precede the end. The seals have to be broken before the book can be opened. This is exactly what Christ had said.
Philip’s story: persecution to opportunities for evangelism to building bridges to baptism and the Holy Spirit.
This book or scroll is the official document of the last days of human history. The world’s future is about to be unfolded before our eyes.
In this sermon we look at the purpose of Memorial Day, and we look at the importance of remembering Christ.
This is the last church addressed by Christ, and it is the worst church. Christ does not commend Laodicea at all. He doesn’t have anything good to say about them. This is a church that may as well have not existed.
God heals, puts us in conflict situations, and invites us to NOT fight against Him but rather join His unstoppable force.
We are called to bear one another's burdens. The early church was characterized by their unity, generosity, and their powerful witness. What can we, as a 21st century church, learn from the early church.
Sardis had the reputation of being a highly respected church, but it was dead and lifeless. Tonight's study details what led this church to be classified dead or dying and offers hope for churches that are struggling and in danger of closing their doors. Even healthy-appearing churches are not exempt. Join us as we explore why Jesus condemned this church and the implications for us today.
The Holy Spirit comes in community, and creates community. This message leads into communion.
We live in a world of compromise where people seek their own interests at any cost. People, in a sense, sell their souls for the pleasures of the world.
Being part of a community is a basic need for all people. Being part of a church community is even deeper and more meaningful. This morning we examine this need and how we can strengthen our relationships through regularly meeting in the church.
Tonight we examine the third church of the seven Jesus addressed in Revelation, the church at Pergamum. What are the consequences of worldliness? Join us as we examine this very timely subject.