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.
This week Pastor Curt continue in Galatians with Part 2 of a message titled , “How to Live Life.” God’s Holy Spirit it with us and in us, but are we in tune with Him? We need to learn to work with Him in order to live an effective and productive life. Let’s use this…
How Do We Live? How do we stand firm, die to self, walk in the Spirit, and love our neighbor? Pastor Curt gives us some direction as continue on our journey of following Jesus.
Becoming a servant requires a denial of self. We choose to serve, even when everything around us is in chaos and we are experiencing fear. Now, more than ever, we need to keep our eyes on Jesus and know that He is God.
We are all experiencing seismic changes in our lives because of the COVID-19 virus. But is it possible that God may be using this outbreak to further His plan and purpose? Let us take advantage of this time of “social distancing” to grow closer the Lord and to learn what new lessons He has for…
We all experience the fear of the unknown. Today we are exposed to more and more stress and fear. How will we deal with it? Pastor Curt gives us Biblical resources to combat the fears that seem so overwhelming.
When we run into apparent conflicts in scripture, it’s easy to avoid them or wind up taking extreme positions. Today Pastor Curt addresses some of these apparent contradictions as he continues the series in Galatians with a sermon titled, “Keep it between the ditches.”
In a world of hurry, we need to slow down, listen for God’s council, and experience the freedom we have in Christ.
Change is difficult. Sanctification is change. While God ultimately changes us, we each have a part to play. The challenge is to determine how to cooperate with this transformation process each and every day. Turn to Galatians 4.
The Apostle Paul pleads with the Galatians to imitate Christ as he does.