Rev. Shaw filled the pulpit while Pastor Les was away. The message was about the coming of Jesus to Rapture the Church.
This is a sermon based on Ezekiel’s vision of the valley of dry bones (Ez. 37:1-14) and Paul’s warning to Timothy that in the “last days” people would have a form of godliness but no power (2 Tim. 3:5). The message emphasizes the need for the Holy Spirit’s presence and how to obtain it. To…
This sermon was given on Sanctity of Human Life Sunday and it emphasizes the biblical truth that all humans are created in the image of God and therefore sacred. An attempt is made to define what the image of God is and the reason why it is so important for a Christian view of life….
This sermon discusses the deliverance of the Israelites from bondage in Egypt then it makes applications to living our lives in faith each day as we face a New Year and an uncertain future. To read excerpts of this message, click here.
This message was given for a worship service that included the sacrament of communion. It is based on the prophecy of Zech. 13:1 and it applies the wording of the prophet to the sacrifice of redemption provided by Jesus Christ. If you wish to read excerpts of this message, click here.
This sermon was given on the last day of the year 2017, and it focuses on trusting God to demonstrate His divine power to do something new in our lives that will bring us closer to Him and will glorify Him. To read excerpts of this message click here.
This sermon was given during Advent and it discusses the words of Simeon that were spoken when he saw the baby Jesus in the temple as he was being presented by Joseph and Mary. The message emphasizes the necessity for every one of us to see Jesus as our only salvation. To read excerpts of…
Rev. Chester Rowan, twin brother of Pastor Les Rowan, shares his personal testimony of recovery from alcoholism and commitment to Christ as his personal Savior.
This sermon, given during a communion service, discusses the different people who are reported as being at the cross when Jesus was crucified and making applications for our own responses to His sacrifice on the cross. To read excerpts of this message, click here.
This is the final message in a series of sermons on the book of 2 Peter. The message focuses on 2 Peter 3:10-18 and emphasizes Peter’s admonition for how believers should live in light of the coming “Day of the Lord.” To read excerpts of this sermon click here.