Sermons (Page 2)
This category contains all sermons preached
Biting The Hand That Feeds You by Pastor Ryan, taken from Matthew 10:16-23, reminds us that when we step out in ministry there will times of hurt so beware. Be wise as serpents and innocent as doves. (To watch the video, click here)
Engaging The Call by Pastor Ryan, taken from Hosea 11:1-2 and Luke 9:10-13, challenged us to embrace and engage the call to a missional life, living intentionally and purposefully to carry on the the mission of Jesus Christ.
How Do I Forget This? by Pastor Ryan, taken from Jeremiah 31:34 and Ephesians 4:32, calls us to recognize the great forgiveness we have been given from God through Christ and to in turn extend that same forgiveness to others. (To watch a video of the sermon, click here)
If I Fall Will You Catch Me… Will You Be Waiting? by Pastor Ryan, taken from Psalm 37:23-24, calls us to relinquish control and rest in the sovereign hands of God who will always catch us. (To watch a video of the sermon, click here)
Stuck In The Middle With You by Pastor Kenny, taken from Mark 4:35-41, reminds us that the storms of life will come and that God, in His providential care for us, is personally and purposefully at work in them to mature us into the people He purposed us to be. (To watch a video of the sermon, click here)
We Can’t Leave This One Out! by Pastor Ryan, taken from James 4:17, calls us to not give into the attitudes of laziness, apathy, and self-centeredness and instead to live a life filled with compassion and given to helping and serving others. (To watch a video of the sermon, click here)
Time For An Eye Check Up by Pastor Ryan taken from Matthew 5:27-30 continues to look at “sins that get swept under the rug” by examining the difference between seeing the beauty in someone and having lust for someone. It takes a look at God’s design for sharing the gift of oneness with your spouse. (To watch a video of the sermon, click here)
Sober But Not Somber by Pastor Ryan, taken from Psalm 104:14-15 and 1 Peter 5:8, challenged us to consider our views on alcohol and called us to a life of neither legalism nor hedonism. (To watch a video of the sermon, click here)
Taming The Formidable Foe by Pastor Ryan, taken from James 3:2-12 and 1:26, challenged us to evaluate how we use our speech. Does our speech support and promote the Kingdom of God or is it a voice piece for the devil?
A Father’s Day Gift That Lasts A Lifetime by Pastor Ryan, taken from Matt 3:7-9 and 5:14-16, calls us to give the greatest gift of love we can give our heavenly Father, emulating the Father.