Sermon from November 10, 2019 Picking up where he left off a couple weeks ago, Pastor Justin completes his sermon about the final Jewish festival, Feast of Tabernacles. He covers the importance of the feast in the time of Jesus and when we will be celebrating it again. Plus, there's also some interesting information on the actual time of Jesus' birth.
Sermon from November 3, 2019 Phil Shively from the Family Heritage Alliance fills in as Pastor Justin is away for his National Guard duty. Phil discusses whether believers should be involved in government and how being "in Christ" vs. "Christ in me."
Sermon from December 30, 2018 Pastor David’s sermon, “Lord, Teach Us To Pray,” is the first in a series on prayer. He discusses Jesus' response to a question from the disciple and then explains several ways we are not to pray.
Sermon from December 23, 2018 “Light in the Darkness” is the fourth advent service from Pastor David. This week's sermon comes from John 1:1-18. Jesus is the light in the darkness. Are you?
Sermon from December 16, 2018 Pastor David’s sermon, “Faithful Witnesses,” comes from Luke chapters 1 and 2. This is the third sermon in the current Advent series. Learn about the people surrounding the birth of Jesus that were faithful witnesses to that event. There were a few audio difficulties in the recording of this sermon, which we apologize for.
Sermon from December 9, 2018 “God's Eternal Plan,” is the title of Pastor David's sermon from Mark 1:1. Pastor David has done the seemingly impossible and found the Christmas story in Mark! All jokes aside, this is part two in his Advent series. A great sermon from the first verse of Mark.
Sermon from December 2, 2018 Pastor David’s sermon, “That it Might be Fulfilled,” comes from Matthew 1:22. He discusses Matthew's record of the genealogy of Jesus along with the many ways and people that God uses to fulfill His wishes for mankind.