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  • Celebrate Salvation!

    Contributed by Reuben Bredenhof on Feb 2, 2021

    This impulse must always live among us: a joyful seeking after the LORD. For we’ve seen how God has saved us through his only Son. We have such great reason for joy, even if we possess little, or even if we have much to grieve. Even so, there is great joy in Christ.

    If there’s ever a special occasion, we like to celebrate it with a meal. If someone graduates from school, or has a significant birthday, or if there’s a wedding, we get together for something to eat and drink. For food can be very festive. We see this in the Bible too. Think of all the feasts God more

  • Biblical Servanthood

    Contributed by Chuck Brooks on Sep 21, 2020
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    As with other traces of worldliness that has seeped into the Church, the preoccupation with self has found its way into the Church as well.

    We live in a very proud and egotistical generation. It is now considered acceptable and even normal for people to promote themselves, to praise themselves, and to put themselves first. Pride is considered a virtue by many. Humility, on the other hand, is considered a weakness. Everyone, it more

  • "is It I?"

    Contributed by Robert Walderman on Jul 11, 2020

    Have you ever been betrayed?...For the anguished soul it is a dark, turbulent time for crying out to God in pain. Some of you have experienced such betrayal. But how would you treat the betrayer if you knew in advance that he or she would betray you? Jesus knew his betrayer beforehand.

    Have you ever been betrayed? Has someone revealed a secret confidence of yours? Perhaps the worse case of betrayal, which is far too common, is having an affair and betraying the trust and love of your partner. Such betrayal is a dagger in the heart, an earthquake that topples ones world into dust, more

  • The Missing Link In Understanding Leadership In The Church

    Contributed by Patrick Usifo on Jun 4, 2020

    Many in our community find it difficult to understand that a Christian leader serves those that he leads differently from the world concept.

    Today, in our world, the most important subject hardly discussed among believers is the reign and the governing rule of Christians with Christ in the present dispensation and the future to come.  In fact, a good number of believers shy away, not wanting the hot seat of talking about the role more

  • The Way To Greatness Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Apr 14, 2020

    The Way To Greatness Series: Encountering Jesus (through the Gospel of Luke) March 1, 2020 – Brad Bailey

    The Way To Greatness Series: Encountering Jesus (through the Gospel of Luke) March 1, 2020 – Brad Bailey Intro I want to begin by asking… What kind of greatness do you believe in…and seek? I know that is a big and broad question… but it’s worth a moment to think about. For many of us… it’s not as more

  • The Upper Room

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Apr 4, 2020

    One of the last things Jesus did with His inner circle was to institute the Lord's Supper. Jesus made a choice that would change the destiny of mankind forever! The choice Jesus made has will force us to make a choice concerning Him.

    The Upper Room Luke 22:14-23 One of the last things Jesus did with His inner circle was to institute the Lord's Supper. Jesus made a choice that would change the destiny of mankind forever! The choice Jesus made has will force us to make a choice concerning Him. SLIDE more

  • Corona Virus - Don't Be Afraid Pray

    Contributed by Bob Marcaurelle on Mar 30, 2020

    Facing dangers that are real, fear is normal. It is what we do with it that matters. We should follow Jesus' example in Gethsemane and say what we feel and after that comes submission to the will of God.

    DON’T BE AFRAID – PRAY “God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, love and discipline.” (2 Timothy: 1:7) Bob Marcaurelle A little girl was afraid she had committed the unpardonable sin, when, like many of us, she sometimes fell asleep when she said her bedtime prayers. She shared more

  • Part 11 - Prayer In Worship Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Mar 26, 2020

    If prayer is the fundamental key in worship why do churches neglect it so much

    Note: This sermon was written in late 2019 and scheduled for March 29, well before the COVID-19 outbreak. The delivery was slightly modified and updated to connect with the COVID-19 pandemic. I believe every message is Spirit-led as I write them, but I truly believe this message was given by God in more

  • When Someone Betrays Christ Series

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Mar 23, 2020

    A look at the disciples' response to Jesus' shocking declaration that one of them would betray Him. How do we handle things today when someone betrays the cause of Christ?

    WHEN SOMEONE YOU LOOK UP TO WALKS AWAY FROM CHRIST: There are a lot of casualties along the road. - Luke 20:23. - It’s obviously a tragedy to watch someone walk away from Christ or to betray Christ. What makes that even more of a tragedy is the ripple effect. - It might be someone who gives up more

  • In The Upper Room – Preparation & Revelation Series

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Mar 15, 2020

    In the Upper Room – Preparation & Revelation - Luke chapter 22 verses 1-23 – sermon by Gordon Curley (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email:

    SERMON OUTLINE: (1). Jesus said, “Remember me” (vs 19b) (2). Jesus said, “This is my body” (vs 19a). (3). Jesus said, “This is my blood” (vs 20). (4). Jesus said, “Until that day” (vs 18). SERMON BODY: Ill: • In 1866 a man named Alfred who had the rare opportunity to read his own obituary. more

  • I Am Thankful For ... Holy Communion

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Nov 18, 2019

    This sermon deals with being thankful for Holy Communion - linking Communion with the words - Remember, Identity and Action

    Scripture: Isaiah 53:4-5; Luke 22:14 – 23 Theme: Thanksgiving Title: I am Thankful for …. Holy Communion INTRO: Grace and peace this morning from God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit! This month we have been focusing on things in which we need to be thankful. We have been looking at more

  • Suffering For A Purpose

    Contributed by William Baeta on Apr 12, 2019
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    “I gave my back to those who strike, and my cheeks to those who pull out the beard; I hid not my face from disgrace and spitting.” (Isaiah 50:6)

    Introduction: Palm Sunday begins the final week of Jesus Christ’s life on earth. It begins with His Triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Jesus was known to travel on foot or by boat on a few occasions but this time He chose to ride on a donkey for the first time. He was welcomed with the waving of more

  • Communion Confusion

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Oct 2, 2018

    Is communion a sacrament, ordinance or memorial? Are bread and wine mere symbols or is there something deeper?

    Is Communion a sacrament, an ordinance, or a memorial? Are bread and wine mere symbols or is there something deeper? Let’s look at what Jesus said in Luke 22:14-27. Passover Luke 22:14 “When the hour had come, He reclined at the table, and the apostles with Him.” The appointed hour that the more

  • Our King Jesus’ Last Supper Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Apr 9, 2018

    Jesus deliberately organises the last supper so there won’t be interruptions. Jesus uses the bread and wine to point to a future relationship; He uses an argument to teach humble servant hood; and He gives encouragement so our faith may not fail.

    You can listen to the full sermon here:- Message Luke 22:7-38 Our King Jesus’ Last Supper If you knew that your meal tonight was going to be your last meal, what would you do? What setting would you choose? Who would you invite? What more

  • I Didn't Know That I Was Starving Until I Tasted You Series

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Jun 18, 2017
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    A sermon for a mixed congregation (adults and children) trying to get across why it matters that Jesus became flesh and why it matters that he still makes himself present to us now in bread and wine.

    ............................. “ Beloved, I received from the Lord what I also hand on to you” (1 Cor 11:23) - where to begin? Perhaps with meeting someone famous…. Have you ever met anyone famous? ............. [take answers from congregation] ............ Once when I was 20 I met a famous person. more