Rediscover Christmas - 2020 Advent Series
Advent Lectionary Readings
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Christmas Sermon Series
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The Best Christmas Ever
A light at the end of 2020
Good news in troubling times
The Cast of Christmas
We all play a part in this story
Prince of Peace
This is the season to celebrate hope
The Gifts of Christmas
Special Christmas Eve sermon kit
God With Us
The powerful themes of the Advent season
We cannot save ourselves or meet our deepest spiritual and emotional needs. Jesus had to become one of us to save us, to represent us and, to help us.
A sermon on our membership covenant
A sermon on membership and the One Anothers of the New Testament
When you need God to come through
Sometimes when you're at the end of your rope you have to learn how to tie the knot and still hold on
When bad thing happen in our lives, God knows how to make the broken pieces work for our good
Have you ever messed up so bad that you felt that is only I could do it all over again , but let me tell you that I know a man that has a pen dipped in the blood of mercy that can rewrite your story
There is a spiritual war which started in heaven and was transferred to this earth. In this sermon we learn more about this war.
Revelation 12:7-9, Isaiah 14:12-14, Ezekiel 28:14-19, Matthew 25:41
This is a message of encouragement. We are ON God's hands so we are never out of His sight or remembrance. We are never alone as we serve Him.
Psalms 27:13-14, John 14:27, Isaiah 49:15-17
Is there a neutral ground when it comes to matters of religion? Is it possible for one to consider themselves as a non-aligned? Can you take the middle ground? Can you sit on the fence? In short, can you be neither on God's side nor the devil’s side?
Let us get our answers from the sermon.
Matthew 12:30, Ephesians 2:8-9, 1 Kings 18:21, Matthew 6:24
Jehoshaphat joined himself to go to war to aid Ahab despite the word of God which was clear that they were going to lose. In this sermon we extract lessons from this story which we can apply in our lives today
Revelation 12:12, 2 Timothy 3:12
A sermon based on the last words spoken by two criminals that were nailed next to Jesus Christ
Matthew 27:39-42, Luke 23:32-33
God is the faithful shepherd of our souls, who loves us and wants to guide, protect and care for us. May we listen well for his voice--through Scripture, prayer and fellow believers.
When Jesus returns to establish His Kingdom, He will first judge the works of believers where some will receive rewards while others suffer loss.
2 Corinthians 5:9-11, Romans 14:9-12
Serve the Lord with gladness for you must be thankful for the life God has given to you. You have been given the command to sing, serve, shout, sacrifice, and submit.
Colossians 2:6-7, Psalms 100