Sermons from 2020
Overcoming Adversity—Part 1 of 2 Nehemiah 4.1-15 vv. 6-7a “… we built the wall … for the people had a mind to work. But when …” (esv) WE FEEL LIKE GIVING UP BECAUSE OF … * Fatigue v. 10a “The strength of those who bear the burdens is failing.” (esv) * Frustration v. 10b “There is too much rubble.” (esv) * Fatalism v. 10c “By ourselves we will not be able to rebuild the wall.” (esv) * Fear v. 11…
AWAY IN A MANGERAdvent 2020: Celebrating The True Light – Week 4Luke 2.1-20 NAME THAT TUNE: #1 “Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room” v. 7 “… because there was no place for them in the inn.” (esv) Matthew 6.33 “But seekfirst the kingdom of God and his righteousness …” (esv) #2 “Why Lies He In Such Mean Estate?” v. 8 “… shepherds out in the field …” (esv) v. 11 “For unto you is born this day in the city…
SALVATION SINGS THROUGH SILENCELuke 1:57-80 LET US CONSIDER ANEW HOW GOD HAS … Provided Salvation FOR US * From External Enemies * From Internal Enemies Paid A Price FOR US Prepared A Place…
Rev. Jacob Clutts, our Youth Pastor, preaches on Psalm 50 this morning.
Today’s sermon is titled The Lord’s Prayer and is taken from Matthew 6:9-13. This is Dr. Mark Coppenger’s last sermon as our interim pastor. He and his lovely wife Sharon have been serving with us for a year. Dr. Coppenger, we will greatly miss you!
Rev. Chuck Henderson delivers a timely message called Markers of a Healthy Church. His text is Colossians 1: 3-8. Click on the marker in the video timeline to jump to the sermon.
This Sunday morning, we’re in Matthew 11 (verses 16-24), where Jesus comments on the shabby reception he and John the Baptist had received from the current generation and where he issues some harsh words for cities indifferent to his miracles. I’ll make some application to our nation, with the title, “Whither America?”
This Sunday morning, we find Jesus addressing and healing a leper in Mark 1:40-45. The title, “Good News for the Leprous.”