Sermon Series
  • 1. Hidden Heroes Of Faith: Hezekiah

    Contributed on Oct 5, 2020
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    Hezekiah teaches about the importance of fellowship and prayer.

    No hope. None. Not only could the people of Judah see it with their very own eyes, but now they had just heard it with their ears. Rabsheka, a messenger of their enemy, detailed it plainly. 1. By trusting in your counsel and might for war, you have placed your faith in empty things. 2. You more

  • 2. Hidden Heroes Of Faith: Jael

    Contributed on Oct 5, 2020

    Jael teaches us to act upon our faith.

    What’s a woman’s role in the church? (Pause a few seconds.) Oh boy, now we’ve done it. The can of worms is open. 😉 No doubt, this is a serious issue. It’s a very emotional topic to talk about too. Before diving right in, let’s build some common ground. First, this group of human more

  • 3. Hidden Heroes Of Faith: Mordecai

    Contributed on Oct 5, 2020

    God shows us through Mordecai that we can trust that the Lord will always watch over us.

    Xerxes: King of kings. In all of the world, there was no man like him. History dictates that his army was so vast that their arrows could blot out the sun. That is no wonder, for they are claimed to have stood at 1,000,000 strong. Take a look at what they had accomplished. Their kingdom grew more

  • 4. Hidden Heroes Of Faith: Priscilla

    Contributed on Oct 5, 2020
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    God shows us the importance of those who teach us about his Word through Priscilla.

    Earlier this week, I went home for lunch like I always do. While there, I saw my Mom was calling. I picked up the phone and she let me know that she had bad news. My Uncle had committed suicide. What do you even do with information like that? Where do you even begin? My mind began swirling more

  • 5. Hidden Heroes Of Faith: Boaz

    Contributed on Oct 5, 2020

    God uses the Old Testament concept of the kinsman redeemer, through Boaz, to demonstrate how we would be bought back by our Savior.

    A woman by the name of Naomi set off for Moab, a country just on the other side of the Dead Sea, with her husband and two sons at her side. This family had to leave behind their hometown of Bethlehem for a time because famine had struck. While there, in that foreign land, tragedy struck again and more

  • 6. Hidden Heroes Of Faith: Nehemiah

    Contributed on Oct 5, 2020

    The Jewish peoples should not have been able to build the wall to defend themselves. Yet, God was with them and provided them with a miracle. He also provided the people with a leader, Nehemiah, who continued to point to God for the source of their strength.

    It’s impossible. Not only is that what everyone else is telling you, but you’re also telling it to yourself. And yet, what if the impossible were to happen? What if you were to do it? For some people, that question of what if might light the fire within and give them the strength to more

  • 7. Hidden Heroes Of Faith: Baruch

    Contributed on Oct 5, 2020

    Believers are always in the face of opposition, and it is easy to just give up. Yet, like with Baruch, faithfulness pays off.

    To the one, we are the odor of death that brings death. To the other, the scent of life which brings life. Jesus was right. He did not come to bring peace but a sword. Families have been divided on account of him and his Word. Fathers are turned against sons and daughters against mothers. more