Sermon Series
  • 1. Are Angels Really Among Us And If So What Do They Do?

    Contributed on Nov 27, 2013
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    Our Bible study group got sidetracked on the subject of "angels" I adapted this message to give them a glimpse into whether or not they exist and if so what do they do? Thank you Brian Atwood for such a wonderful message.

    The word angel means, "messenger," but although they deliver God’s message, their activity, most often, goes unseen by the human eye. In the NIV they are mentioned in 33 of the 66 books of the Bible. Even though they mostly operate in the spiritual realm on occasion God sent angels to more

  • 2. How To Respond To God Luke 2:26 - 38

    Contributed on Dec 3, 2013

    Adapted from a sermon by Brian Atwood. God cannot nor will He use proud people to do His work. Proud people get in the way because if you aren’t yielded to God, you begin to think you can handle things on your own.

    Last week we saw an angel come to Zechariah with a message that the prayers, he and his wife Elizabeth were praying had been heard and that they were going to have a son. Let’s pick up the story in the first chapter of Luke’s account of the greatest story ever told. READ Have you more

  • 3. Are You Ready For Christmas? Matthew 3:1-10

    Contributed on Dec 9, 2013
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    I wonder what would happen if we spent as much time getting, spiritually ready for Jesus as we spend getting our decorations up for Christmas? Adapted from a sermon by Pastor Doug Henry

    Pastor Doug Henry tells this story: “I was in Wal-Mart a few months ago with a mission. It was the end of the summer season, so I went to the lawn and garden section to check out the sales on all the stuff you use to keep your yard and property looking nice. I went there with the intention of more

  • 4. What It Takes To Hear From God By Brian Atwood Luke 2:1-20

    Contributed on Dec 9, 2013
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    You know not everyone that first Christmas heard from God like the shepherds did. Adapted from a message by Brian Atwood.

    The year 1860 found Henry Wadsworth Longfellow happy in his life, enjoying a widening recognition, and delighted over the election of Abraham Lincoln which he believed signaled the triumph of freedom and redemption for the nation. The following year the Civil War began and on July 9, 1861 more