A Better Word
This is the third message in a sermon series entitle The Best Way from Hebrews 3:1-6. The writer was attempting to encourage a group of believers to press on in the faith and to never give up. He encouraged these Christians to focus their thoughts on Jesus; to stay committed to his prefect plan and to stand firm in their faith. We are on the road to victory if we are walking with the Savior.
This message was preached on Dedication Sunday and focuses on parenting. The primary Scripture passage was Deuteronomy 6:4-9 which must be foundational to every Godly family. Christian parents are first called to be a good example for their children. They must diligently look for divine opportunities to instruct their children. And finally, be careful to always avoid some of the traps that corrupt too many families today! Moms and Dads let us get this right.
This was our Independence Day message where we celebrated the wonderful freedom we have as Americans. We also looked in the Word of God and were reminded of the glorious freedom we can have in Christ. There truly is a better way to live and it starts with a relationship with the Lord. Let us always be thankful for the true Liberator of our lives and soul.
This is the first message in a new sermon series entitled ‘The Best Way’ based on the book of Hebrews. We will discover the God loved us enough to send His one and only Son as the perfect messenger. These verses clearly proclaim that Jesus is truly God in the flesh. And finally we can be thankful that this messenger laid His life down so we could experience his forgiveness. Jesus is the Best and Only way!
This was a Father’s Day message that came from Psalm 127. Praise the Lord for Godly fathers who walk with Him. They have been given the responsibility of building a firm foundation of faith. They must be careful not to be distracted from their most important calling. And finally, father’s must do all they can to fulfill the Divine purpose for the family. Every family is incredibly blessed when Dad is walking with God.
This was the final message in a sermon series entitled ‘Who’s Your One’ based on Scripture found in Luke 5:17-26. This is an exciting story about four men that were burdened to get their friend to Jesus. They were motivated to move past all the obstacles, so their loved one could have an amazing encounter with Jesus. What about us? Are we willing to do what it takes to bring people to the Great Healer?
Continuing a sermon series entitled ‘Who’s Your One’ this is a message that emphasizes the importance of every single person in the eyes of God. We will be reminded first that He is a compassionate Shepherd. Next we will see how the very first disciples were burdened to reach their friends withe Gospel. And finally we will see that every person is searching for something to fill an empty void in their life. Jesus is the answer for our world; won’t you care enough to share?
This is a message preached on Memorial Day weekend based on Scripture found in 2Timothy 2:1-7, entitled A Soldiers Cross. The call to be a soldier in the Lord’s army will require four areas of total commitment. There is a call of preparation as we draw close to our Commander; a call to persevere under extreme enemy resistance. There is also a call to complete allegiance and always an attitude of pure appreciation. The call to serve, whether in the Armed Forces or in the Lord’s Army requires complete dedication and is a great honor.
This message starts a brand new sermon series entitled ‘Who’s Your One’ which is a NAMB led emphasis on personal evangelism. Today our text will be Luke 5:1-11 and we will look at what it meant for the very first disciples to follow Jesus. What does being a true follower of Christ look like in our own lives today? WE will discover that God desires to lead us on the path of faith and to leave our old ways behind. We must also learn from the Master and be bold enough to cast the net as opportunities come. Anybody ready to go fishing with Jesus?