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  • Vaccination Application 2.0 Series

    Contributed by Robert Butler on Feb 25, 2021

    The social impact of gathering to eat together increases the trust between people and our effectiveness as heralds of the good news AND ACTS AS A BOOSTER TO PROTECT AGAINST SIN.

    There are a couple of big questions on the minds of many people: Do I or don't I get the vaccination? And if I am going to get the vaccination, when? The question becomes more complex when a person is frail for one reason or another. Then there is the matter of believing in the science and the more

  • True Vision

    Contributed by Esther Collins on Feb 17, 2021
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    “We live in a world where people look down on those who have any form of disability, but let us realize the greater disability is when we are not able to see ourselves for who we are and are unable to recognize God for who He is” Check out this message to learn more.

  • Zacchaeus

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Jan 10, 2021

    There is hope for everyone, even crooked tax-collectors!

    There is hope for everyone, even crooked tax-collectors! We’ve all heard the story of Zacchaeus in Sunday School; it’s a favorite, and raises a smile or two. Just a few days before the crucifixion, Jesus visits Jericho. It was an important center of commerce. King Herod had a palace there. more

  • Jesus, The Friend Of Sinners

    Contributed by Chuck Brooks on Jan 1, 2021

    Loneliness is one of the plagues of our time. With so many things to do, so many diversions-- movies, videos, sports, television, night clubs, amusements, the job, etc.--people still find themselves alone.

    Loneliness is one of the plagues of our time. With so many things to do, so many diversions-- movies, videos, sports, television, night clubs, amusements, the job, etc.--people still find themselves alone. Along with loneliness, there is a famine of friends. Someone has said, “Friendship doubles more

  • Empty Graves And Second Chances Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Dec 27, 2020

    Jesus can to show the way to the Father and He changed our future on the cross. Honor Christmas in our hearts. Try to keep it all year. Let the Spirt of God abide in our hearts and strive to do its work within you.

    When we think of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” we automatically think of the three ghosts. What were their names, again? [Pause.] Actually, there were four ghosts, not three. The first ghost to appear was the ghost of Scrooge’s former business partner, Jacob Marley. Weighed down by more

  • Christ's Purpose Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Dec 24, 2020

    In this lesson, we learn about Christ's purpose for his first and second advents.

    Scripture Today is the First Sunday after Christmas in 2020. For the past month, we have been exploring the advents of Christ in a sermon series I am calling, “The Advents of Christ.” So far, we have examined “Christ’s Entrance,” “Christ’s Timing,” “Christ’s Appearance,” and “Christ’s Arrival.” more

  • He Has Come Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Dec 21, 2020

    On Christmas Eve, a look at Jesus coming into the world to seek and save the lost.

    Christmas Eve December 24, 2020 As I was thinking about tonight’s worship, I was thinking about what do I say on a Christmas Eve when you are at home . . . and we are not together celebrating, hugging, shaking hands as we announce the birth of Jesus. In a normal year, there is still the tension more

  • Never Unemployed

    Contributed by Jay Yousling on Dec 1, 2020
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    Jesus was laboring day and night. The Twelve were beside Him but that was not enough to work the vast, ripe harvest. He calls to the Father for more workers, but what does that look like? What should we pray for?

  • Testing Spirits In The World

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Oct 9, 2020

    Often we are led into error by our ignorance of the Word of God and His character. Often when we hear the voices of those in authority we believe whatever they say without question. Are we armed with, "the sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of God?"

    Testing Spirits Please stand with me as we go over our current memory Scripture: Titus 3:3-5 “At one time we too were foolish, disobedient, deceived and enslaved by all kinds of passions and pleasures. We lived in malice and envy, being hated and hating one another. “But when the more

  • Coronavirus Causes Millions To Seek God

    Contributed by John Gaston on May 20, 2020
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    Coronavirus has ushered in one of the greatest opportunities to witness in history. Millions are seeking help to cope with the fear, isolation, insecurity, and hopelessness of their situation. Now is the time to share our faith and lead them to Jesus.

    CORONAVIRUS CAUSES MILLIONS TO SEEK GOD 2 Cor. 5:14 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. Rachel Nichols says, “Our fourth grader celebrated his birthday on crutches, so he couldn’t carry the cupcakes into school without help. So she asked her 6th grader, Noah, to help carry them in. “I could,” he said, “but more

  • I Need To See The Lord

    Contributed by Dr. Jwt Spies on May 15, 2020

    If I can just get to the Lord

    As we recall, when Jesus was approaching Jericho, he had an encounter with a blind named Bartimeaus, a poor beggar from the lowest of the social class according to society. As I recap the four conditions that Bartimeaus had. First of all remember he was blind. Then he had his belief. He had his more

  • Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers

    Contributed by Grant Adams on May 9, 2020

    Finders keepers, loser’s weepers. From "A person who finds something can keep it, and the loser has no right to it. This proverb is of dubious ethical merit."

    This is one of the most familiar stories in the Bible. Most of us have heard the story from Sunday school. We have sung songs about Zacchaeus. So, what “fresh” lesson can be told concerning these verses. I. Jesus Always does the Finding 1. Most of us have heard and or used the saying, “Finders more

  • Gods Gift

    Contributed by Suresh Murugesan on Apr 15, 2020

    The story is of God, the king of kings, the Lord of Lords, the mighty God stepping down from eternity and wrapping himself in flesh and tabernacle with us causes the angels as well to celebrate the glory and the presence of God.

    Luke 2:11 Reasone, the saviour of the world , is born. Romans 5:8 Yet God gave us His gift when we were His enemies. John 3:16 God have us to save What a Gift? What a Gift Applay:- Because of this great gift that God has given to us, the world stands in awe the church rises up in more

  • Three Trees

    Contributed by Chris Swanson on Mar 26, 2020
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    Long ago there were three trees. One a fig tree, one a sycamore tree, and the last tree we know not what type it was. Regardless, of what the last tree was made of, we want to look at the significance of the three trees.

    John 1:45-51 – one man under a tree Nathanael – under condemnation Nazareth was scorned by the Jews due to the Roman army that was stationed there. Nathanael's remark undoubtedly mirrored the public view. Philip found Nathanael and said that they had found Jesus of Nazareth, the one Moses more

  • When Jesus Enters Our Lives Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Mar 16, 2020

    When Jesus Enters Our Lives Series: Encountering Jesus (through the Gospel of Luke) Brad Bailey – January 12, 2020

    When Jesus Enters Our Lives Series: Encountering Jesus (through the Gospel of Luke) Brad Bailey – January 12, 2020 Series #53 / Text: Luke 19:1-10 Intro A belated welcome to the new year….and decade. There is a certain type of grace… an opportunity to for fresh starts. That leads to the slew of more