Sermons: 2021

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MOST RECENT SERMON

In our modern world, hope is a vanishing resource. Many would say that the future looks bleak, yet Jesus tells us to be watchful and pray. On November 28, 2021, we will be challenged to live today in the hope we have of Jesus’ arrival tomorrow. Please join us in reading Luke 21:25-36 in preparation for this message: The Beginning of the End. Click on the image to watch. Click here to listen.

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Additional Sermon Series

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Arrival

November 28, 2021 to the present

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Resting Our Souls in Thanksgiving

September 21, 2021

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Can you sense the stress of the season that is upon us? How should we as followers of Christ handle the anxiety? How do we find the rest for our souls during this season? On November 21, 2021, guest speaker, Curtis McGinnis will challenge us to think of one relationship that we have and one action that we can take this week to improve the way we relate to them. Please join us in reading Matthew 5 and Romans 12 in preparation for this message: Resting Our Souls in Thanksgiving. Click on the image to watch. Click here to listen.

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Portrait of Christ

August 22, 2021 to the present

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LGBT: Made in the Image

September 19, 2021 to September 26, 2021

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Be Mature

May 2, 2021 to August 15, 2021

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Testimony
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August 1, 2021

What is the significance of a person’s life story? What difference does it really make to those who hear it? The truth is, more than we will ever know. God tells us our stories are the part of the tandem (coupled with the blood of Christ) with which we overcome the evil one. Our stories are extremely significant. On August 1, 2021, guest speaker, Donn Schroeder will share his personal story of how God has transformed his life and continues to do so. Please join us in reading Revelation 12 & 22 in preparation for this message: Testimony. Click on the image to listen. Click on the Facebook logo to watch.

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What About My Family?
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June 20, 2021

Family is important to most people. Yet, many people choose to live as spiritual orphans, rejecting God’s invitation to be part of His greater family. On June 20, 2021, we will be challenged to live as part of God’s family in a world of orphans, inviting those around us to be part of His family too. Please join us in reading Matthew 5:13-16 in preparation for this message: What About My Family? Click on the image to listen. Click on the Facebook logo to watch.

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The Everlasting God
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April 18, 2021

Are you bone tired, worn down, and weary? Is there any relief in sight? On April 18, 2011, guest speaker, Rick Walston will teach us to wait on “The Everlasting God”. Please join us in reading Isaiah 40 in preparation. Click on the image to listen. Click on the Facebook logo to watch.

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Everyday Resurrection
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April 4, 2021

If we asked the average Christian today what difference the resurrection makes in their everyday life, we would likely only receive a blank stare. Yet, the apostles continued to testify to the resurrection though their lives were threatened, and the early church fathers created creeds to protect the meaning of the resurrection. On April 4, 2021 we will examine what God’s word tells us about the resurrection and be challenged to live each day in the light of what we discover. Please join us in reading Acts 4 in preparation for this message: Everyday Resurrection. Click on the image to listen. Click on the Facebook logo to watch.

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One Body, Many Parts
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March 21, 2021

Have you ever thought about the differences between an organization and an organism? Scripture presents the church as a body--specifically, the Body of Christ--with each believer a part of that Body. What part are you? What relationship do you have with the rest of the Body? Please join guest speaker, Rick Walston, in reading 1 Corinthians 12:12-30 in preparation for this message: One Body, Many Parts. Click on the image to listen. Click on the Facebook logo to watch.

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Living Out Our New Life
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March 14, 2021

If we grew up in the church, we likely grew up singing, “This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine.” But what does that look like lived out in our everyday lives now that we’re adults? On March 14, 2021 guest speaker, Todd Looney, will challenge us to live born-again lives that have been transformed through our relationship with Jesus. Please join guest speaker, Todd Looney, in reading John chapter 3 in preparation for this message: Living Out Our New Life. Click on the image to listen. Click on the Facebook logo to watch.

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Building Bridges

January 10, 2021 to April 25, 2021

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Rebuilding the Wall
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January 3, 2021

At the start of each year, during our message time, we usually take a look back over the past year to acknowledge what God has done and to the future to see what He may have in store for us in the coming year. This year this isn’t the easiest of tasks. Many of our hopes for 2020 now lie in ruin like a crumbed wall. How can we hope for the future when all we see is shambles? On January 3, 2021 we will look to Nehemiah, who saw God’s plan when all those around him saw only a fallen wall. Please join us in reading the book of Nehemiah in preparation for this message: Rebuilding the Wall. Click on the image to listen. Click on the Facebook logo to watch.