Sermon Series
  • 1. Overcoming The Giants In Our Life

    Contributed on Oct 16, 2006
    based on 13 ratings

    Facing up to our giants and stepping out in faith, believing God will help us overcome them.

    Have you ever faced something so big, a problem, a trial, a difficulty, that it seemed impossible to overcome, insurmountable. It was/is your giant. No not literally a 9½ foot tall person. Your giant may be a sickness (like cancer), depression, worry, fear, an addiction, a habit, an attitude, a more

  • 2. What To Do When You've Been Stabbed In The Back

    Contributed on Oct 16, 2006
    based on 27 ratings

    David as a model in his relationship with Saul on what to do when someone mistreats you.

    I’ve titled the sermon, “when you are stabbed in the back” because it’s a fact of life that at some point in your life someone is going to stab you in the back, take advantage of you, cheat you, rob you, or do you wrong in some way. A “friend” might gossip about you, sharing your deepest darkest more

  • 3. The Unlikely People God Chooses

    Contributed on Oct 24, 2006
    based on 50 ratings

    The unlikely people God chooses to accomplish his purposes are those who have a heart for him, who love God passionately and choose to follow him even when the going gets tough.

    Over the summer I will be preaching a series from the life of David, the shepherd boy who became the king over the nation of Israel. David’s descendents became the great line of kings who would rule over Israel and then Judah for 423 years. It was to David that God promised he would establish his more

  • 4. The Characteristics Of A True Friend

    Contributed on Oct 24, 2006
    based on 33 ratings

    We need to be and have Christian friends who sacrifice, and encourage us in the Lord.

    What are two of the most popular comedies in syndication (reruns) on television right now? Seinfeld and Friends. Why do these shows continue to be so popular even after the show has ended? Is it because they are so well written and funny? Well probably. But it is interesting that they share more

  • 5. O What Tangled Web We Weave

    Contributed on Oct 24, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    Using David as an example of how sin separates us from God and others, destroying our life in the process.

    Through the summer we have been looking at the life of David. We have seen how God chose this unlikely boy to be the next king because he had a heart for God. As a teenager David stepped out in faith to kill Goliath against all odds, he faithfully served under a king who tried to kill him. For more

  • 6. Having A Heart For God

    Contributed on Oct 24, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    God blesses a life which is lived in pursuit of him.

    What is God looking for in a person or a church he can use in a mighty way? Why does it seem that God blesses one person, or church more than another? When I refer to being blest I am not referring to financial or numerical blessing but to a spiritual blessing, an outpouring of God’s Spirit. We more