This is a message preached on Veterans Day based on a passage of Scripture found in Psalm 144. In this Psalm we are reminded that God is our true source of protection. We are also instructed that it is the Lord who equips us for battle and who provides safety in the midst of conflicts. Finally we are called to respond with grateful hearts of praise to our God, but to also honor all those who have fought valiantly in our stead. May God draw our nation’s hearts back to Himself and continue to bless our shores with peace.
This message was preached on the day of our Team Ministry Fair and is based on Scripture found in Romans 12:3-8. The Lord has blessed every believer with a wonderful, unique gift that He wants us to put into practice. We are called to serve Him with a selfless attitude and to follow His example of humility. We must serve with a healthy attitude of a team spirit. Finally every child of God is called to pray and seek His guidance as we look for that special place to serve our King. Are you ready to get to work?
A message in a sermon series entitled ‘The Mission Goes On’. This sermon is based on a passage of Scripture found in Acts 16:19-34. We will discover in these verses that worship is much more than just singing a few songs to God, it is a lifestyle of complete devotion to the Lord. Everything we do as believers should be an act of humble worship to our God. Paul and Silas, in the most difficult situation were able to focus on God, and give Him the glory he deserves. Something amazing happened as the Roman jailer witnessed true worship and felt genuine compassion. Are we ready to worship God like he deserves?
This message is a continuation of a sermon series entitled ‘The Mission Goes On’. This sermon is based on Scripture found in Acts 14:8-20. The call to live for God is not an easy life, but it is the best life and filled with Heavenly rewards. We will discover the call of God will result in much hard work and perseverance; the call requires us to serve with complete humility at all times; and finally the call often results in years of incredible sacrifice and persecution. Have you truly answered the call of God in your life?
This message is a continuation of a sermon series entitled ‘The Mission Goes on’.This sermon is based on Scripture found in Acts 12:1-19 and emphasizes some essentials to a meaningful prayer life. We will discover as we dig into God’s Word that prayer can bring peace in the midst of the most desperate struggles; that prayer can rescue people from inescapable chains; and finally when we call upon the name of God for help miracles can happen. So are you ready to be reminded of the power of prayer?
This is a message from Dr. Larry Cheek, the Director of Stone Mountain Baptist Association. Scripture comes from the Book of Jonah and challenges each of us to listen to God’s voice and to be available to serve as He leads. He has already placed a clear call in our lives to love Him with all our heart and to love one another as Christ loved us. How do we respond when God gives us instructions?
This is message number 8 of a sermon series entitled ‘The mission goes on’. This sermon is based on Scriptures found in Acts 10, and clearly shows that Jesus accepts all who call upon His name. During the first century the Roman empire had nearly conquered the entire world, including Israel. The Hebrew people despised their idolatrous en-slavers and considered them beyond help from all hope of salvation. Peter’s eyes and heart were about to be opened to realize that God loves us all the same and that our Savior died for all people. Nobody is beyond the grace of God; even you and me!
This is message #7 of a sermon series entitled The Mission Goes On. This sermon is based on Scripture found in Acts 9:1-25. In these verses we will see what happens when an angry misguided man has an encounter with the Living God! Everything changes; he has new life, a new purpose, and a new mission. Saul is transformed to the Apostle Paul and instead of trying to destroy the work of God he becomes an amazing church planter. I wonder what would happen in your life if you truly met the Living God?