Sermon from April 5, 2020 Here is part 2 of the Son of David sermon. Pastor Justin looks at the triumphant entry of Jesus and compares it to when Solomon was made king. The main text is Matthew 21:1-11.
Sermon from March 29, 2020 Last Adam, Second Man is the subject of the message this week. The main text is 1 Corinthians 15:35-49. Pastor Justin looks at this interesting title for Jesus. Where did it come from and what does it mean?
Sermon from March 22, 2020 Pastor Justin is back with a sermon about the Son of David. In a title that has both past and future meaning, Justin looks at some OT and Gospel mentions of Son of David.
Sermon from March 15, 2020 "Prince of Peace" is the topic for the sermon this week. With all the craziness in the world, is it possible to have any peace? NOTE: At 21:40, the verse in Psalm 119 is not verse 65, but verse 165.
Sermon from March 1, 2020 After looking at the title "Lamb of God", the subject this week is "The Good Shepherd". The main text for Pastor Justin's sermon is John 10:11.
Sermon from February 23, 2020 The title of "Lord" is the next in the sermon series on the names and title of Jesus. Luke 6:46 is the text for this sermon. Do you view Jesus as your Lord? Or your buddy?
Sermon from February 16, 2020 The sermon series on the name of Jesus continues this week. The main text for this sermon is John 1:29. Learn about the meaning of "Lamb of God".
Sermon from February 9, 2020 Phil Shively fills in this week and discusses where the church and South Dakota are headed.
Sermon from January 26, 2020 The main text from the sermon this week is Matthew 16:13. Jesus called Himself the Son of Man. What does this name mean?
Sermon from January 19, 2020 The main text from the sermon this week is Matthew 1:21. Pastor Justin looks at the origins of the name Jesus.
Sermon from January 12, 2020 Phil Shively fills in this week. He takes a look at the book of Hebrews and our moral reaction to Jesus.
Sermon from December 29, 2019 Pastor Justin takes a look back and gives a preview of where we are going in 2020.
Sermon from December 24, 2019 Pastor Justin gives a brief message about the coming of the Light of the world, Jesus.
Sermon from December 22, 2019 Feast of Dedication, Festival of Lights, or Hanukkah. This Jewish celebration goes by several names. Pastor Justin covers some of the history of this celebration and what it should mean to us today.
Sermon from December 8, 2019 The sermon this week is from Psalm 1 and looks at the two paths that we can take. Greg filled in today and looks at what it means to be blessed as compared to what it means to be ungodly. You can choose to be blessed or ungodly and the results of that decision are very different.
Sermon from November 24, 2019 Pastor Justin's sermon this week is about the Sabbath. Who created the Sabbath? When was it created? Why does it exist? Who is the Lord of the Sabbath?
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 October 27, 2019 The last of the three Jewish fall festivals is the Feast of Tabernacles. Pastor Justin reviews the previous two festivals (Feast of Trumpets and Day of Atonement) and gives an introduction to the Feast of Tabernacles. Part 2 coming soon!
Sermon from October 13, 2019 Today's message center on a quote from our 2nd president, John Qunicy Adams. "Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." Pastor Justin discusses the erosion of our freedoms and challenges us to make our voices heard.
Sermon from October 6, 2019 There are several Jewish festivals and three of them occur in the fall. Day of Atonement is the second of these. Greg fills in and looks at the theme of atonement that is weaved into the whole of the Bible. The main text is in Leviticus 16.
Sermon from September 29, 2019 There are several Jewish festivals and three of them occur in the fall. Feast of Trumpets is the first of these. Pastor Justin discusses the origins of this feast and what it may mean in the future. The main text is in Leviticus 23.
Sermon from September 22, 2019 Now that we know we need to love our neighbor, we need to know who our neighbors are. Pastor Justin revisits Luke 10:25-37 and expands on the sermon last week about the parable of the Good Samaritan.
Sermon from September 15, 2019 What is loving your neighbor really supposed to look like? Justin returns to the pulpit to delve into the parable of the Good Samaritan. The message comes from Luke 10:25-37.
Sermon from September 8, 2019 In a continuation of the Essentials of the Christian Life theme, today's sermon is about instruction. Greg fills in today and discusses Proverbs 4 and the value that we should all place on receiving instruction and placing value on wisdom.
Sermon from September 1, 2019 Pastor Justin's sermon is from Matthew 7:1-6. How good are you at self reflection? Is there a place for judging the behavior of others? Yes, but we need to do a personal inventory and remove all the logs from our eyes before looking at the specks in the eyes of others.
Sermon from August 25, 2019 The dangers of tradition over doctrine is the subject of today's sermon from Mark 7:1-13. Pastor Justin discusses the origins of the Jewish traditions, points out how fast traditions are able take hold and why they can be dangerous.
Sermon from August 18, 2019 Pastor Justin's sermon comes from 2 Timothy 4:3-4. Paul was warning Timothy about people not wanting sound doctrine. As believers, we need to be sure that the teaching we hear is the truth from God's word. Seek sound doctrine, not just words that are sweet to hear.
Sermon from August 11, 2019 Chaplain Lynn Wilson fills in again. This week he covers blame and it's origins in Eden. We know that Adam and Eve got the blame game started and we still play it today. But, we shouldn't be like them.
Sermon from August 4, 2019 Chaplain Lynn Wilson fills in today and gives a powerful reminder of America's history. God and His greatness was at the center of many founding documents throughout our history. Chaplain Wilson also talks about ungrateful Americans.
Sermon from July 28, 2019 Pastor Justin gives an overview of what OCS is and how he ministers during his time there. There were several photos used during this message, so we're sorry you can't see them.
Sermon from July 21, 2019 Tim Vennell from Mission Aviation Fellowship stopped in this week. Tim gave an update on what is happening with MAF and some interesting information on the Bible translation process.
Sermon from July 14, 2019 Fellowship is the topic of the sermon this week. Pastor Justin talks about fellowship and how it is important for believers to meet with, hang out with, and worship with other believers.
Sermon from July 7, 2019 Pastor Justin resumes his series on the living life as a Christian. This week he covers the importance of the Bible and prayer. While we may take these things for granted, they are vital to our Christian life.
Sermon from June 30, 2019 The book of Esther is the text for the sermon this week, specifically Esther 4:13-14. Esther had difficult choices to make and we are no different today. Will we have the courage to stand up for what we believe, just as Esther did?
Sermon from June 23, 2019 Psalm 60 is the passage for the message today. David was feeling defeated when he wrote this Psalm. We all feel defeated at times. How should we deal with that and how do we move forward? Find out here.
Sermon from June 16, 2019 Pastor David takes a look at a Psalm of David (Psalm 6) in the sermon this week. He talks about anger, the wrath of God, the consequences of sin and hope.
Sermon from June 9, 2019 When Jesus was asked about the greatest commandment was, Jesus returned to the Shema for the answer. Pastor Justin's sermon starts in the New Testament and ends in the Old Testament. Do we love the Lord our God as we should?
Sermon from June 2, 2019 Jack Hall fills in this week and discusses the identity of the church. In our modern times, it's easy to lose sight that the people of the church are special and belong to God.
Sermon from May 26, 2019 In the fifth message in his series on the Psalms, Pastor David looks at Psalm 46 this week. Times of trouble will happen in our lives. Where will you turn?
Sermon from May 19, 2019 In the fourth message in his series on the Psalms, Pastor David looks at Psalm 2 this week. We don't always think of the Psalms as being prophetic in nature. Psalm 2 is a good example of a prophetic Psalm about the coming Messiah.
Sermon from May 12, 2019 In the third message in his series on the Psalms, Pastor David looks at Psalm 137 this week. This Psalm was written during the prophesied exile in Babylon. Could they have escaped this judgment?
Sermon from May 5, 2019 In his continuing series on the Psalms, Pastor David looks at Psalm 150 this week. Music was a large part of the Psalms and Psalm 150 lists several instruments used in the praise and worship of the Lord. No knowledge of music theory required to appreciate this sermon!
Sermon from April 28, 2019 Pastor David will take us through Psalms 4 this week. Have you ever felt impatient in your distress, like God isn't even hearing you? Rest assured that He hears you.
Sermon from April 21, 2019 This sermon is a celebration and reminder of find the empty tomb, because Jesus rose from the dead. The sermon this week comes from Luke 24:1-12. Are you seeking the right things in the right places?
Sermon from April 14, 2019 Does "Doubting" Thomas get unfairly judged? Pastor David covers that and more this week. The sermon this week comes from John 20:24-30. Learn more about seeing, believing and faith, and the legend of the ministry and reach of Thomas.
Sermon from April 7, 2019 The sermon this week is from John 20:11. Is there a time to weep? Pastor David will answer that question, giving examples of times to weep and times not to weep.