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  • Praying With Purpose

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Mar 19, 2020
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    In these uncertain times it is important that Christians begin praying with a purpose. This is my first "remote" message to my congregation in light of not being able to worship together because of COVID-19.

    Praying With Purpose Scriptures: Matthew 6:5-8; 25-34; 7:7-8; Luke 22:44-46 As you know, I have been doing a series on the word “IF” and how it is used in Scripture to show some of the conditions that we must meet as we walk in fellowship with God. I will continue this series next week, but this more

  • Part 9 - Hindrances To Worship Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Mar 6, 2020

    Are there things in modern worship that actually prevent us from worship? Malachi 1:6-9 “I hate going to church. The church is frustrating and boring. It’s full of hypocrites who are just going through the motions.” You might think this is the words coming out of the mouth of a famous atheist or your 16-year-old daughter. These are God’s words. more

  • Don't Worry! Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Kruschel on Feb 24, 2020

    This Old Testament lesson shows us a man who learned how not to worry while not denying the realities of life and using common sense. Isn't this what Jesus was teaching in his Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 6:24-34?

    “Here's a little song I wrote You might want to sing it note for note Don't worry, be happy. In every life we have some trouble But when you worry you make it double Don't worry, be happy” You might recognize those lyrics from the song released in 1988, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy.” more

  • Seek Ye First Series

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Feb 17, 2020
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    Giving first place to the things of God.

    SEEK YE FIRST Matthew 6:19-34 1. Heart-Treasure. “Treasure not up for yourselves treasures upon earth,” begins Matthew 6:19. Moths destroy clothes (cf. Isaiah 51:8). Even gold and silver can become cankered (cf. James 5:2). Thieves can literally “dig through” mud-brick houses. No, more

  • Questions Of The Heart

    Contributed by Gary Holt on Jan 25, 2020

    We are going to serve someone, either man or manna. Our treasure is either in heaven or on earth

    “Questions of the heart” Matthew 6:19-24 Ten Percent Of Apple Computer For $800 I’d like to begin this morning with a story. It involves these men [photo of Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs]. You probably recognize them: Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs, Ronald G. Wayne Most people Know the 2 Steves as more

  • Sermon On The Amount Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jan 24, 2020
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    Store God’s money in the right place; see God’s money with the right perspective; and serve the right power. Trust Christ with your life and use God’s money to benefit others.

    Next Sunday is the Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs playing for the first time in over 50 years! I’m looking forward to a great game, but also to some great commercials like this Chevy commercial shown during Super Bowl 46 in 2012 (show Chevy Happy Grad: more

  • The Sermon On The Mount (Part 16) Series

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Jan 13, 2020

    For many people, their priority in life is material prosperity. When you hear the phrase, 'well off' or, 'well to do', it refers to someone who is wealthy. As we'll see today, those who have stored up treasures in heaven will truly be, 'well off' and 'well-to-do'.

    THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT (part 16) Matt. 6:19-24 Suze Orman in her book, “9 Steps to Financial Freedom” writes, "When I was 13, my dad owned his own business—a tiny shack where he sold chicken, ribs, hamburgers, hot dogs, and fries. One day the oil that the chicken was fried in caught fire. In more

  • Prayer In Time Of Need In Truth And Justice, For All Series

    Contributed by Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid on Dec 18, 2019

    Greetings In The Holy Name Of Jesus Yahshuah, My sisters and brothers, we pray for Christ’s sake, to heal us in our distress in trust and disbelief

    PRAYER IN TIME OF NEED IN TRUTH AND JUSTICE, FOR ALL by Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid (December 18, 2019) “And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.” Matthew 6:13, more

  • Christian Challenge Sermon Ix: True Treasure And True Pleasure Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Dec 12, 2019

    In times like these, Christians are challenged to pursue true treasure by setting minds on, and holding onto, things of God versus letting unholy things of the world get hold of and own us.

    CHRISTIAN CHALLENGE SERMON IX: TRUE TREASURE DERIVES FROM INSIGHT INTO TRUE PLEASURE “My pleasure” is an idiom I sometimes use in response to a “thank you” . . . sort of like a special way of saying “you’re welcome” but reserved for especially gratifying, delightful experiences more

  • The Christian And Riches Series

    Contributed by Grant Adams on Nov 29, 2019

    The tragedy of riches is that it not only affects the rich, but it affects the poor as well. Because of a love for money the rich often place all their faith in their riches and center their life around obtaining more.

    The Christian and Riches Matthew 6:19-24 The tragedy of riches is that it not only affects the rich, but it affects the poor as well. Because of a love for money the rich often place all their faith in their riches and center their life around obtaining more. With the poor or the not so rich we more

  • The 7 Backward Steps Of Peter

    Contributed by John Gaston on Nov 10, 2019
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    Peter, the greatest of the 12, a man of faith & power, took 7 backward steps that nearly ruined his ministry. But God's love & grace was greater than his sin. He was restored and again became God's prime mover. Look for these 7 steps in your life.

    THE 7 BACKWARD STEPS OF PETER Mk. 14:30-72 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A college student went into a large pet supply store and approached the pet food counter, “Hi! I would like to order 30,000 cockroaches to be picked up tomorrow, please.” 2. The astonished clerk said, “What in the world would more

  • "yielding All Things: I Am No Longer My Own, But Thine"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Nov 7, 2019

    A sermon for stewardship commitment Sunday.

    “Yielding All Things: I Am No Longer My Own, But Thine” Matthew 6:19-34 Jesus tells us: “Do not worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink; nor about your body, what you will put on…” “…do not worry…” “…do not worry…” “…do not worry…” Raise your hand if you have more

  • "all The Church Cares About Is Money." Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Kruschel on Oct 7, 2019

    Money is powerful! The amount of money we have allows or prevents us from having or doing certain things. Jesus understand the power of money as a prime competitor for our hearts. The church echoes Jesus' warning as we see what he was willing to pay for our eternity.

    We learn very early on in life that when you walk into a store and you see something that you would like to buy, what is one of the first things that you look at? You look at the price tag. You want to know how much money that thing is going to cost you and if you have enough money then to buy more

  • The Sermon On The Mount (Part Five) Series

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Sep 9, 2019

    As we continue our series we transition from the beatitudes into Jesus talking about us being salt and light. Pursuing and practicing the things Jesus mentions in the beatitudes will help us to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world.

    THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT (part five) Matthew 5:13-16 Intro: Make connection between the beatitudes and us being salt and light. 1) We need to be salty. Matt. 5:13, "You are the salt of the earth. but if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for more

  • True Treasure Derives From God's Good Pleasure Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Aug 3, 2019

    Earthly pleasure is temporary and important to God in terms of legality and morality, but true pleasure comes from God our Father who has gifted His children with the True Treasure that is SO important in terms of eternity.

    “My pleasure” is an idiom I sometimes use in response to a “thank you” . . . sort of like a special way of saying “you’re welcome” but reserved for gratifying, delightful experiences which rise above the customary courtesy level . . . of just being polite. Actually to discover true pleasure more