↓ Download Service Folder 18th Sunday after Pentecost James 3:13-18 Upset equilibrium: James was not there the day that the disciples quarreled and argued amongst themselves as to who was the greatest. He wasn’t there that day to hear Jesus step in as peace maker and say, “Anyone who wants to be first must be…
↓ Download Service Folder 12th Sunday after Pentecost Ephesians 4:30—5:2 INTRODUCTION: It’s been said that imitation is the highest form of flattery. That when we imitate someone we pay them a higher honor than if we were to just do so verbally. So, what does Paul mean then when he says, “be imitators of God?”…
Maundy Thursday 2018, Hebrews 8:6-13
So as you receive the Lord’s Supper this evening, receive forgiveness, receive the blood of the covenant, Jesus’ body and blood together with bread and wine that unites you with Jesus and transforms your heart to a live a life of love and service to God and others.
7th Sunday after Epiphany, Matthew 5:38-48
Be perfect as your Heavenly Father is perfect because he has made you perfect with his own Son’s blood and rescued you from this world. Do what he did for you – love your enemies!
16th Sunday after Pentecost, Philemon 1:1, 10-21
This Sunday’s sermon on the Book of Philemon was given by a guest pastor, Pastor Dean Gunn.
5th Sunday of Easter, John 13:31-35
Jesus isn’t with us tangibly and visibly, but He’s still with us. And we see that He is in us when we serve others as if we’re serving Jesus Himself.
4th Wednesday of Lent, Luke 23:6-12
Does entertainment rate higher on your priority list than God? Do you spend more time watching TV, surfing the internet, checking Facebook, than listening to your God in His Word, than spending intimate time praying to your heavenly Father?
2nd Sunday in Lent, Luke 13:31-35
On the outside someone might say, “She’s got him wrapped around her finger.” But ask him, does it feel oppressive, burdening or imprisoning? His answer, “No, it feels like heaven, I’m enjoying every bit of it.” That’s what the love of Christ does for us. His determined love to go to the cross and pay for our sins no matter the cost moves us to a determined love that wants to serve Him and wants to serve others with our lives no matter the cost.