“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.
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.
"Knowing God" is the title of the sermon this week Pat Karn preaches today from John 17:3. He also takes us back to Genesis to review the way Abraham and Sarah came to know God.
The sermon this week, “Guarding Your Heart,” comes from Proverbs 4:23. In a expansion from his message on spiritual warfare, Greg talks about the primary target of the enemy, your heart. Today, he gives several ways to guard your heart and explains why the advice of Solomon is so important.
“Living in the Life of Sanctification” is the title of the sermons from Philippians 2:12-18. Jordan Hirshfeld speaks today from Philippians about what it means to hold fast so that we can see what God is doing in our lives.
Psalm 147:1-3 is the text for the sermon this week. Matt Brown speaks about praising God in whatever circumstances that you find yourself.
The sermon this week, “Principalities and Powers,” comes from Ephesians 6. Local knucklehead Greg delivers this sermon and covers the realities of spiritual warfare and how we can help each other deal with the attacks that we will suffer.
This week is the third of a three part series on stewardship. Ryan Delzer delivers Pastor Tim's final message in his stewardship series. This message, again from 2 Corinthians 9:6-15, will address responding to God with our treasures, talents and time.
Ben Jastorff fills in this week.
This week is the second of a three part series on stewardship. “How We Give” is the title of this sermon. It comes from 2 Corinthians 9:6-15. Pastor Tim will explain that we need to give faithfully, joyfully, purposefully and generously.
This week is the first of a three part series on stewardship. “Why We Give” is the title of this sermon. It comes from 2 Corinthians 9:6-15, as will all three sermons. Pastor Tim will remind us that we give to submit to God, team up with God, and because we trust God. Lots of food for thought this week.
This week is Pastor Tim’s final sermon from James. “Doing the Will of the Father,” comes from James 5:19-20. He talks about wandering from the truth, bringing a person back and turning a sinner from error.
Pastor Tim’s sermon, “The Heart of the Righteous,” comes from James 5:13-18. He will talk about healing the sick, confessing our sins and the prayers of the righteous. Do you have the kind of faith that it takes to control the weather or heal the sick when you pray? You'll learn from examples of people who do have that kind of faith.
Pastor Tim’s sermon, “Patience in Action,” comes from James 5:7-12. He has a great story about a farm boy and his dad! From this passage, we'll learn about farmers, the prophets, the trustworthy and theirs examples of patiently waiting.
Matt Brown filled in this week to preach from James 5:1-6. The title of the message is "Rich Man on Trial". Matt talked about what it means to be rich, what it means to be a brother and how to evaluate who we are by our priorities.
“A Faith That Remembers” is the title of the sermon for this week. The sermon comes from James 4:13-17. Pastor Tim talks about faith in self, faith in God and knowing, but not doing. Should we be confident in our plans? Tune in and find out!
Pastor Tim’s sermon, “The Authority of a Merciful Judge,” comes from James 4:11-12. He'll try to break down James' logical process by asking us some questions. He'll also talk about judging others and judging the law, judging the law or keeping the law, and the law giver and the judge.
The sermon this week is titled “Choosing Your Friends Wisely,” and comes from James 4:4-10. Pastor Tim is back from Canada, eh! In this sermon, he discusses intimate friendship, the grace of a friend, and trust between friends.
“You Better Check Yourself” is the title of the sermon this week from James 4:1-3. Ben Jastorff fills in and takes a stab at the greatest sermon ever preached. He discusses expectation versus reality. Our motives definitely have an affect on the outcome of our prayers and of our lives.
Pastor Tim’s sermon, “Two Kinds of Wisdom,” comes from James 3:13-18. What kind of wisdom do you exhibit? Wisdom from God or wisdom from the world? Are you wise or foolish? Find out the answers to these questions and more!
The sermon this week is titled, “Tongue Tied,” and comes from James 3:1-12. Pastor Tim will talk about a warning to teachers, taming the tongue and contradicting language. He also discusses being either waffle or spaghetti brained. Tune in to find out more!
Pastor Tim’s sermon, “Pro Mercy,” comes from James 2:20-26. Pastor Tim will have some great questions and answers, as well as talk about Abraham and Rahab, along with faith and works and how they relate to the Christian life.
The sermon this week, “A Revealing Faith,” comes from James 2:14-19. Pastor Tim will talk about the evidence of a living faith, faith in action and being identified by our deeds.
The sermon this week, “Your Mercy, Your Judgement,” comes from James 2:8-13. Pastor Tim will talk about the Royal Law, breaking the Royal Law and a law that brings freedom.
Pastor Tim’s sermon, “Financed by Faithfulness,” comes from James 2:1-7.This week, the topics of favoritism, discrimination and faithfulness are covered. It's sure to make you think about how you look at those around you.
Dave Hughes filled in this week and taught from James 1:19-27.Dave discusses how to be quick and slow at the same time and the difference between hearing and listening.
This week’s sermon, “The Temptation Tour Guide,” is from James 1:13-18. Do you know what, or who, is the cause of evil in the world? Do you often persevere in faith? Or do you persevere in your own self efforts? Pastor Tim tackles this interesting topic in this sermon from the book of James.
Pastor Tim’s sermon, “Pride and Humiliation,” is the second sermon from the book of James. The scripture for this sermon comes from James 1:9-12. He'll talk about trials of the poor, trials of the rich and a new beatitude.
This week is the beginning of a series in the book of James. “Dear Mountain View” comes from James 1:1-8. Pastor Tim will talk about the Path, the Destination and the Advantage. Have you been through trials of many kinds lately? How have you responded?
Pastor Tim’s final sermon in Acts, “Call and Response,” comes from Acts 28:17-31. This week, we'll look at the words of Paul when calling to Rome, the words of Isaiah and the words of Jesus. We'll also learn about who and what is worth paying attention to! We apologize for the technical difficulties in the recording this week.
The sermon this week, “Hospitality in the Storm,” comes from Acts 28:1-16. This week Paul gets shipwrecked on the island of Malta! Pastor Tim covers examples of hospitality given, hospitality returned and the spread of hospitality. Are you better at giving or receiving hospitality?
Pastor Tim’s oddly titled sermon, “Shipwreck Casserole,” comes from Acts 27. This sermon covers the attempt to transport Paul to Rome and how he was the voice of reason, the voice of faith and the voice of encouragement. Couldn't we all stand to learn something and listen to the voice of reason, faith and encouragement during rough times, but also in the good times?
Pastor Tim’s sermon, “Get A Grip,” comes from Acts 25:23-26, 32. Paul is still on trial and defending his way of life. Do you think you could outwit, outplay, outlast and survive trials like the ones Paul had to endure? Listen to this week's sermon and hear what happens!
This week’s sermon is titled, “Paul: A Life of Faith and Consequences,” and comes from Acts 25:1-21. Pastor Tim details how Paul's life was threatened and the charges brought against him. Pastor also discusses the attitudes of the rulers that were going to hear Paul's case.
Pastor Tim’s sermon, “Paul’s Trial Before Felix,” comes from Acts 24. He discusses Paul’s trial from the perspectives of the prosecution and the defense. There is sort of a verdict in the trial and that is also covered. Tim also talks about our purpose and the examples that we can learn from.