This sermon is the beginning of a series of messages on the Kingdom of God. It introduces the series by providing some Old Testament background for the kingdom of God, Jesus’ emphasis on the message and some basic qualities of the kingdom of God.
This sermon is a message of encouragement for the new year by taking the phrase in Romans 8:31, “If God be for us, who shall be against us?”
This Christmas Day service was a service of Scripture Lessons and Christmas Carols/songs sung by the congregation as well as special vocalists. The Outline for the service was as follows: I. Mankind Needs a Savior II. The Prophets Foretell Messiah’s Birth III. Angels Appear to Mary and Joseph IV. The Birth of Jesus in Bethlehem V. …
Guest speaker, Rev. Russ Smith, speaks on the text in Jeremiah 29:11 and discusses God’s promise to prosper His people. Outline of the Sermon: I. God’s plans for prosperity comes in the midst of punishment. II. Give place to God’s definition of “prosper.” III. Purpose to be productive in the present. IV. God’s plan includes…
This is an Advent sermon that compares and contrasts Jesus’ message about His second coming with some of the details surrounding His first coming. To read written excerpts of this sermon click here.
This is an Advent sermon that discusses the phrase, “…that it might be fulfilled” used many times in the Gospels. The sermon provides some insights about the importance and use of prophecy in regards to the Messiah. If you wish to read written excerpts of the sermon click here.
This is a sermon that was given on Thanksgiving Communion Sunday and it is based on 1 Thessalonians 5:16, “Rejoice Evermore.” It emphasizes the importance of being thankful and “doing joy” even when circumstances are less than favorable. To read a more complete text of this message go here.
This is a sermon on the topic of heaven as described in Rev. 21 and 22. Heaven is a place of perfect fellowship, perfect safety and perfect provisions. To read a more complete text of this sermon go here.
This sermon uses John 18:36 as the basis for showing that Christ’s Kingdom is at odds with the kingdoms of this world. This message was given in observance of the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, in anticipation of the national presidential election in the U.S. and in respect for Veterans Day. To read…
This is a sermon based on Psalm 86. It looks at the prayer of King David and uses it as a pattern for our own prayers. A more extensive written text of this sermon is available here.