Sermon Series
  • 1. A Guiding Presence

    Contributed on May 28, 2015

    God has always guided his people. Scripture abounds with examples of God providing guidance. from Scripture, we learn that receiving God’s guidance is the norm. So how does God guide us?

    A Guiding Presence Galatians 5:25 As a pastor, some of the most common questions I receive have to do with divine guidance. What’s God’s will for my life? How do I know if God wants me to take this new job? Does God want me to marry this person? Could God be pointing me in a new more

  • 2. A Guiding Presence, Part 2

    Contributed on May 28, 2015

    Part 2 of 2 sermons on how the Holy Spirit guides us

    A Guiding Presence, Part 2 Acts 16: 1-10 One thing is very clear in Scripture: God guides his people. In fact, as you read through the Scriptures, particularly the Book of Acts, it seems that guidance from God through the Holy Spirit is a normal and regular part of following Jesus. But sometimes more

  • 3. Baptism Of The Holy Spirit

    Contributed on May 28, 2015

    if you believe in the resurrection and its power for our lives then you have to be open to the fact that fundamental change can happen in people’s lives. But “How?” As followers of Christ, we’re called to be people who center themselves on the resurrectio

    Baptized Romans 6:1-7, 11-14; John 3:1-8 Do you believe people can change? Do you believe that people can become fundamentally different people? If we’re honest, the majority of us are practicing cynics.
We don’t think people can really change. Our skepticism is captured in more

  • 4. Is That You?

    Contributed on May 28, 2015

    Discerning the voice of God

    Is That You? 1 John 4:1-6 We are in the third week of our Holy Spirit series, “The Forgotten God.” We’ve been challenged and reminded of both our desperate need and quite often our neglect of the Holy Spirit. The truth is we cannot do anything of eternal value without the power more

  • 5. Knowing What God Wants Us To Do

    Contributed on May 28, 2015

    The message looks at the question, “How do I know what God wants me to do?” The key to answering that question is the Holy Spirit. The actual word that Jesus uses to describe the Spirit is Counselor.

    Knowing What God Wants Us to Do Acts 16: 1-10 One of the biggest questions of life is, “Why am I here?” There are many Scriptures which remind us that we are created with a purpose. Isaiah 49:1 says, “Before I was born, the Lord called me;
from my mother’s womb, he more

  • 6. Pentecost

    Contributed on May 28, 2015
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    Pentecost requires us to make a fundamental decision about two things: what is reality or our worldview and how am I going to live in the light of Pentecost?

    Pentecost Acts 2:1-11 Pentecost is one of the greatest stories in all of Scripture. It’s the stuff of a Hollywood thriller with the violent rushing winds, divided tongues of fire, the superhero abilities of spontaneously hearing and speaking in foreign languages; fire and smoky mist; young more

  • 7. Who Is The Holy Spirit

    Contributed on May 28, 2015

    An introductory message on who the Holy Spirit is

    Who Is the Holy Spirit John 14:15-20, 25-26 When you think about it, we as Christians understand and relate more to God the Father and Jesus the Son than we do the Holy Spirit? Even when we said the Apostles’ Creed today, we give one life to God with several descriptors attached “God, more