Sermon Series
  • 1. Bring Unchurched People Into God's Family

    Contributed on Oct 3, 2001
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    A message dealing with the first part of our purpose statement; this one deals with evangelism.

    “…Bring Unchurched People into God’s Family…” Matthew 9:35-38 (July 15, 2001) Introduction When people think of evangelism, there are generally at least three reactions: First, there is, for some, excitement. They love the idea of getting out there and sharing the good news of Christ, ...read more

  • 2. A Home For Fellowship

    Contributed on Oct 3, 2001
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    Part of sermon series regarding our purpose statement; this one about the church as a fellowship.

    “…A Home for Fellowship…” Various Scriptures (August 5, 2001) Introduction Several years ago studies were conducted among former American prisoners of war to determine what methods used by the enemy had been most effective in breaking their spirit. The findings revealed that they did ...read more

  • 3. Instruction In Christian Living

    Contributed on Oct 3, 2001
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    A message encouraging the church to be a place for quality Christian instruction.

    “…Instruction in Christian Living.” Deuteronomy 6:1-9 (August 12, 2001) Introduction Talk to some people about “Christian living” and you’ll have them wondering. To them, Christian living means just the opposite of living. They see living a Christian lifestyle as not really living at all, ...read more

  • 4. Ministry That Heals Hurts

    Contributed on Oct 16, 2001
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    Another in a series concerning our church purpose statement; this one about the church as a place where healing (spiritual and otherwise) can take place.

    “…Ministry That Heals Hurts,…” Matthew 8:1-7 July 29, 2001 Introduction I don’t know if it’s pride, or just a sense of being awed by the fact that God would use someone like me, but I like to tell people that I’m a minister. Maybe it’s because I’m a walking testimony to the fact that ...read more