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God Has Visited His People

This sermon is based on words found in the prophecy of Zacharias, the father of John the Baptist, and recorded in Luke 1:68, 78. The message explores the meaning and significance of God visiting the human race through the incarnation of Jesus Christ. To read excerpts of this sermon, click here.


Love that Satisfies Hope

This is a sermon that was preached on the second Sunday of Advent on the theme of Love. It is based on Romans 5:5 in which the theme of love is directly connected to the subject of hope, which was the theme of last week’s sermon. The Apostle Paul emphasizes the fact that adversity ultimately…


Hope in Times of Trouble

This is a sermon that was given for the first Sunday of Advent on the theme of “hope.” It is based on a passage from Lamentations chapter three, and it speaks about a message of hope that Jeremiah receives from the Lord even after a description of the judgment the people have suffered for their…


Nurture and Admonish

This sermon was given on a Sunday in which Pastor Les and Kris’ infant grandson was dedicated to the Lord. The message is based on Eph. 6:4 regarding the Apostle Paul’s instructions to bring up our children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. To read excerpts of the sermon, click here.


Death on Purpose for a Purpose

This message is based on a text in 1 Peter 3 which speaks about Christ’s suffering and death. It includes a phrase that indicates the real purpose for His suffering. This message was used to remind the listeners of Christ’s substitutionary sacrifice for our salvation, and was given for a worship service in which the…


Living to Please God

This is a sermon that explores what the Bible has to say about pleasing God. Several passages of Scripture are used which speak of various actions that are pleasing to the Lord. When we say that we want to conduct our lives in a way that is pleasing to the Lord, what does that entail?…


Something Worth Dying For

This is a message that relates to the observance of the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. Using a slogan that was recently launched by the Nike Corporation in an advertising campaign, this sermon focuses on much more important issues than “selling athletic shoes.” Are we Christians who are sincere enough about our…


Myths and Mysteries – Security

This is the fifth message in a series of sermons discussing some of the common misconceptions Christians hold that are not supported by an accurate understanding of the Scripture. This sermon addresses the “myth” that once a person puts faith in Christ for salvation, then they can never “lose” or forfeit their salvation. To read…


Myths and Mysteries – Prayer

This is the fourth message in a series of sermons discussing some of the common misconceptions Christians hold that are not supported by an accurate understanding of the Scripture. This sermon talks about the “myth” that we can use prayer to manipulate God into doing our wishes if we just make sure we use the…


Myths and Mysteries – Isolation

This is the third message in a series of sermons that address common misconceptions people may believe that are not consistent with what the Bible teaches. This sermon speaks about the “myth” that Christian believers do not need to be involved in a church fellowship in order to survive and thrive in their life of…