Contributed on May 22, 2016
A sermon examining the danger of abandoning the Lord and His work.
The Abandoned Church Haggai 1:1-5 A certain church recently sold their building to a real estate developer and moved into a smaller location in another area. On the online news article there were dozens of comments from people complaining about the church's decision to sell. People were ...read more
Contributed on May 28, 2016
A sermon examining the transition from procrastination to progress among the people of God.
The Right Time To Rebuild Haggai 1:6-15 Several years ago we (as a church) felt led to invest our time, money and resources into remodeling our church building. This facility was erected in 1979 and over the years time had taken it's toll. In all honesty, much of the work should have been done ...read more
Contributed on Jun 4, 2016
A sermon examining the importance of pressing on in your work for the Lord.
Don't Stop Now! Haggai 2:1-9 If we are honest there are times in life when we just want to give up. This is especially true concerning the ministry. We are not simply fighting stress, discouragement and exhaustion.... we are fighting an adversary (Satan) who is "walking around like a lion ...read more
Contributed on Jun 25, 2016
A sermon examining the restoration that is possible for those who have turned from the Heavenly Father.
A Timeline Of Restoration Haggai 2:10-19 Chuck Swindoll shared the following story "A few years ago, an angry man rushed through the Rijks Museum in Amsterdam until he reached Rembrandt's famous painting "Nightwatch." Then he took out a knife and slashed it repeatedly before he could be ...read more
Contributed on Jul 2, 2016
A sermon examining the fact that God is in control.
God Is In Control Haggai 2:20-23 There are many things in this world that we have absolutely no control over. The stock market is unstable, the economy in recession and there is global turmoil. Our national debt is over 19 trillion dollars, social security of going bankrupt. the cost of living ...read more