Below are downloadable audio files of the messages presented on Sunday mornings. Usually, the last two sermon series are available so you can follow the entire theme. Sermon notes are included, however notes from visiting Pastors or missionaries may not be available. browse the library and enjoy.
It is critical that we understand the difference between what is required for salvation and what is required to be a disciple. Salvation is a free gift of God; there is nothing we can do to earn it. Discipleship is an ongoing process of learning to follow Jesus through obedience. We then work for Jesus,…
Fake news is not new. It’s just another form of accusation. The Apostle Paul was accused of it when he preached that faith in Christ, not the Law, was the fulfillment of the Gospel. Turn to the first chapter of the book of Galatians.
An introduction to the book of Galatians and the Gospel of Grace.
What will become of you after death? What does the Bible say about the prophesied words of Jacob, concerning the futures of his twelve sons. Let’s explore today.
As Jacob is coming to the end of his life, he blesses his sons and passes on his hope for eternal life.
Grandparents can have a great impact on their grandchildren, far beyond their “earthly estate.” They have the opportunity to impart valuable spiritual truths that have been learned over a lifetime.
As Jacob cherished and blessed his grandchildren, so we are called to value our grandchildren as the crowns of our later years.
Whenever we feel that everything in life is against us, its important for us to understand that even during these times, God is for us.
We are constantly being called to return to the first love we had with God through active obedience to Him and return to His truths and promises.
One evil act is never fixed by another evil act. We are prone to be escalators. How we handle a crisis is indicative of our intimacy with God or lack of it. We are called to live a life that is counter-cultural. “A life that is a glorious contradiction to what the world calls normal.”