Contributing sermons since Dec 13, 2000
Contributed on Jan 16, 2019
I will use my tongue to launch life instead of delivering death.
Watching Our Words Proverbs 6:1-5 Rev. Brian Bill January 12-13, 2018 Many summers ago, our family was invited to a party at someone’s house. After we were done eating, a group of adults started playing volleyball. Meanwhile, the children gathered into groups and held up bed sheets while a ...read more
Contributed on Jan 5, 2019
To be wise in God’s eyes, let’s revere and draw near in the new year.
How to Be a Wise Guy Proverbs 1:1-7 Rev. Brian Bill January 5-6, 2019 The weekend between Christmas and the New Year is often difficult for churches to navigate. One church I know cancels services the last weekend of the year and instead encourages its members to have “Church in My Jammies” ...read more
Contributed on Dec 24, 2018
I pray by the time we’re done today, every heart here will prepare Him room and receive the King of Christmas.
Receiving the Promise Luke 2:1-28 Rev. Brian Bill December 24, 2018 Joy to the World Written over 300 years ago, “Joy to the World” is now the most published Christmas hymn in North America. I love these words: Let earth receive her King Let every heart prepare Him room I pray by the time ...read more
Contributed on Dec 21, 2018
If you are not saved yet, you need to come and see the Savior. If you are saved, it’s time to leave and share the Savior with others.
Glorifying God Luke 2:8-20 Rev. Brian Bill December 22-23, 2018 I came across a report out of Ludington, Michigan describing how a church just unveiled its new Sleep Number seating for congregants, becoming the first church in the nation to offer personalized, adjustable sleep options for members. ...read more
Contributed on Dec 14, 2018
God moves us through a specific process so we can make spiritual progress.
Magnifying the Savior Luke 1:26-56 Rev. Brian Bill December 15-16, 2018 Choir: “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” Sermon Part 1 This song comes from a poem written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Two years before writing it, Longfellow’s personal peace was pulverized when his wife was ...read more