Listen to the Sermon / Download the PowerPoint Just how good is the "Good News"? Well, if we could see and appreciate who and how Jesus built His kingdom that just might stir God's people to shout from the rooftops the Good News that is for all who would call upon the name of the Lord!
White As Snow, by Mitch Davis (1/11/2015)
Listen to the Sermon / Download the PowerPoint The great gift of forgiveness given by God should so transform our lives that we would have a divinely lead heart, ready to forgive others. That is a life not only made "white as snow" but lives that way as well.
The story of Abraham, by Phil Barnes (01/04/2015)
Listen to the Sermon Phil Barnes shares lessons from Abraham's life and how it pertains to our walk with God. He also uses this time to share - as one of our shepherds of the flock - the work of the Lord with our church family.
Renewed, by Mitch Davis (12/28/2014)
Listen to the Sermon / Download PowerPoint It is quite simple: we can weigh ourselves down with our own expectations that we often fail meeting, or we can be assured of what God has accomplished for us through His beloved Son, which inspires us to be renewed each and every day, thereby allowing us to grow in Christ and share in Him.
2014 Year in Review, by Mitch Davis (12-21-2014)
Listen to the Sermon / Download the PowerPoint What a wonderful year to reflect upon as we gear up for 2015! Praise God for using His children to bring Him glory and precious souls into His kingdom!
Joy to the world, by Mitch Davis (12/14/2014)
Listen to the Sermon / Download PowerPoint The debate rages on, whether it is biblically authorized to celebrate Christmas. In the meantime, many in our American society celebrate the babe Messiah. For this reason we will rejoice over the fact that many are thinking about, talking about and praising the King's entrance to save this dark and sinful world.
The common people heard Him gladly, by Mitch Davis (12/07/2014)
Listen to the Sermon / Download the PowerPoint Leaders who are like the Scribes, Elders and Pharisees that Jesus both challenged and corrected are not the people we should typically seek out. In fact, we should beware of these type of people (Mark 12:38) and seek out the common person who is much more likely to receive the words of our Savior.
Heirs Together, by Mitch Davis (11/30/2014)
Listen to the Sermon / Download PowerPoint A kiss tells all. If you don't believe me try this experiment: give your spouse a kiss. Are you reluctant or do you desire to kiss your spouse? Answering that question as well as confronting opposing messages from society about what "comes first" in marriage life are strong indicators to how well or poor your marriage is going. Find out what makes "heirs together" so vital in your marriage!
When Your Prodigal Leaves, by Mitch Davis (11/23/2014)
Listen to the Sermon / Download the PowerPoint Parents, despite your imperfect efforts, when raising children "in the way of the Lord", it is possible that one (or more) may reject the Lord. What are you to do? How do you respond to your child who wants to leave? Just as importantly, how do you respond if they "return"? Let's find out.
The Rechabites: a strong sense of family, by Mitch Davis (11/16/2014)
Listen to the Sermon / Download PowerPoint Comfortable as a Christian in this world? Be sure that your lifestyle exclaims where your true citizenship rests. For true disciples, "this world is not (our) home" and as such our lives - by faith - is looking forward to that heavenly home.