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?
This was a Mother’s Day message that was based on the book of Ruth. In this beautiful story we can see that a mother’s love is completely pure and forms an unbreakable bond with her children. We are also reminded of the wonderful wisdom that God has given moms and how we should strive to bring them the honor they are due. Praise the Lord for that amazing treasure we call mom! Let her know today.
This message was preached on Senior Appreciation Sunday and is based on Scripture found in Joshua 14:6-15. Caleb was a man of faith that walked with God and passed all the tests of obedience. This passage will look closely at some of the characteristics that transfer well from one generation to the next. May we all follow our Lord closely so we can leave a wonderful inheritance of faith for the upcoming ge
This was a salvation message preached the week after Easter celebrating the fact that Jesus is alive. It seems that some of the Christians in Corinth were actually beginning to change their position on the Resurrection. The Apostle warned them fiercely that without the resurrection their faith is empty and useless. However, with the resurrection we have verification of amazing blessings from on High. Listen and affirm the truth that we serve a Risen Savior!
This message was preached on Easter morning, based on Scriptures found in John 20;1-18. How we respond to the Resurrection is the most important decision one can make. Here we will clearly see the way four of the Lord’s dearest friends responded and hopefully will be encouraged to respond with absolute faith! Do you know that Jesus is Alive
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This was a message following our Easter Cantata, based on Scripture found in Matthew 27:15-26. We all must make a choice of who we are willing to serve. Many on that day made the wrong choice and chose Barabus instead of Jesus. How about you; are you ready to live for Jesus, the one who died for you?
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We are very pleased to share this years annual Easter Cantata entitled ‘One Day’, by Russell Mauldin. We were blessed by our 27 member choir being accompanied by Janie Wells on the organ and Marva Kay Stewart on the piano, and being led by our Minister of Worship, Bethany Wark. Hope you enjoy!
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This is an abbreviated message delivered after our Children’s Easter Program, based on Scripture found in Luke 22:14-20. On the night before Jesus was betrayed He celebrated the Passover Meal with His Disciples. He took time to unfold the mysteries and revealed himself as the perfect Passover Lamb. We are still commanded to celebrate the Lord’s supper in remembrance of His amazing sacrifice. Do you know He died for you?