Sermon Series
  • 1. It's Tradition

    Contributed on Jul 5, 2021

    Many of us participate in Traditions, but never ask the question, "Why do we do that?" Communion is so much more than a simple tradition. It's about remembering what Jesus did for us.

    July 03, 2021 It’s funny how traditions get started. They are important, to be sure, because they remind us of home and family and culture, but sometimes we participate in them not knowing why we do them because we have never stopped to ask, “Why do we do that?”. more

  • 2. K-Rations

    Contributed on Aug 22, 2021

    An army moves on it's stomach. Nutrition provides energy for the fight ahead and so it is with the Christian army.

    October 01, 2016 There is an old saying: “An army marches on its stomach” – if an army doesn’t feed its men it’s not going anywhere. Without food the troops can’t march, can’t maneuver, and they can’t fight. During WWII, the US tried solving this issue with “K rations”, which consisted of more

  • 3. Remember

    Contributed on Aug 22, 2021

    As we participate in Communion we are called to remember.

    10.07.2017 One of the dangers we face as Christians is how easily we forget. That’s why, throughout the Bible, God calls His people to remember. • Deuteronomy 7:17-18 - "If you should say in your heart, 'These nations are greater than I; how can I dispossess them?' 18 you shall more

  • 4. The First Last Supper

    Contributed on Aug 22, 2021
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    Passover reminded Israel of the end of their slavery in Egypt. Communion reminds the Christian of the end of their slavery to sin.

    October 06, 2018 Jacobs children had been slaves for a long time. They had all but given up hope, but now strange and miraculous things were happening: The Nile had turned to blood Frogs, lice and flies had covered the land All the livestock were dead Every Egyptian had been covered with more

  • 5. Deeply Rooted In Jesus

    Contributed on Sep 30, 2022

    More than anything else, this what I want for you - to KNOW Jesus. To be rooted and grounded in HIM.

    October 01, 2022 When Paul was converted that day on the road to Damascus, his passion changed. He went from a denier of Jesus to his strongest and most outspoken advocate. For Paul, it was more than just speaking the truth about Jesus. The deepest desire of his heart was for those under his more

  • 6. Take The Bread

    Contributed on Jan 6, 2023

    Jesus' invitation to us is to take Him into our lives and be transformed

    January 07, 2023 In one of the “I AM” statements in the book John, Jesus said this about himself, “I am the bread of life; he who comes to me will never hunger, and he who believes in me will never thirst.” - John 6:35 If that wasn’t confusing enough, He followed it up with, “I am the more

  • 7. The Real Meaning Of Easter

    Contributed on Mar 31, 2023

    The lines that surround Easter are often blurry, but one thing we know for sure is that the Tomb is Empty

    April 01, 2023 1 Corinthians 15:1, 3–4 (LEB) Now I make known to you, brothers, the gospel which I proclaimed to you, which you have also received, in which you also stand…. 3 For I passed on to you as of first importance what I also received, that Christ died for our sins according to the more

  • 8. Scars

    Contributed on Oct 6, 2023

    As we celebrate Communion today, let us remember that Jesus’s scars transform our scars from the evidence of our disobedience into “trophies of victory.”

    October 07, 2023 Today I want to talk about scars. How many of you have scars? Surgical scars – scars from accidents – big scars, little scars – internal scars, external scars – you, know, the scars from living on planet earth. I have lots of scars: The time a car cut in front of my mom more