Sunday, March 1st, in the first message of the “Anticipating the Greatest Three Days in History” series, we will take a look at the prediction of Jesus’ death and how the disciples respond. Also, we will look at the true cost of discipleship. Lastly, we will hear Jesus speak of the coming Kingdom of God.
Maybe we need to step back and first say that God is love and that He desires everyone to come to a saving relationship with Him through accepting His Son, Jesus Christ, as their personal Savior and Lord. But just like a coin, there are two sides. Love is one and judgment is the one.. continue reading »»
This week in the continuing series we will explore what Jesus believes about money. Money is the most written about topic in the Bible. Larry Burkett once said, “Money is an outside indicator of an inward spiritual condition.” We will investigate if we will follow what Jesus says He believes about money and whether or.. continue reading »»
Sunday, February 1, 2015 the message from the sermon series, “What Does Jesus Believe About…” will be about “Biblical Marriage as opposed to Same-Sex Marriage.” Christ spoke about the origins of Biblical marriage in several passages in the Gospels and the Word of God speaks to the definition of “Biblical marriage” in many places. We.. continue reading »»
Sunday, January 25, 2015 the message from the sermon series, “What Does Jesus Believe About…” will be on “Homosexuality.” Jesus did have something to say regarding immoral behavior and the church has long believed that the behavior and lifestyle of homosexuality is immoral. The message will speak to what Jesus said and also what the.. continue reading »»
This Sunday’s message is “What Does Jesus Believe About Women”. During the days of Jesus, women were, on the whole, treated by the Jewish culture as second-class citizens. Not so with Jesus, He treated all people with equal respect. Jesus raised the stature of women when He was alive and His church continued as well,.. continue reading »»
January 11th’s message is on the poor and homeless. Jesus truly loved everyone. He saw, touched and cared for the poor and the homeless of His society daily. The poor and homeless are included in those whom Jesus spoke of who were without a shepherd, who were harassed and helpless and in need of compassion,.. continue reading »»
January 4th’s message is about “Race.” From the beginning of the Church and since the founding of our nation, Christians have dealt with the issue of race, and many times not in a Biblical way. Jesus gives us His thoughts and what He believes about race in several passages: John 1:12-13, regarding who can become.. continue reading »»