Sermons from 2018 (Page 3)
Heritage Sunday was a day to celebrate the history of Second Baptist Church. Testimonies by life deacons, Jan Shaw, Connie Halket (both read by George Mettey), and Joe Croteau. Along with sharing from Melissa Densmore, Carolyn Densmore and Jessica Merrill.
Stopping a Freight Train taken from Acts 5:11-42 by interim pastor, Joe Greene, reminds us that if we are in God’s will then nothing can stop us.
Are You Serious taken from Acts 4:32-5:11 by interim pastor, Joe Greene, teaches us that the presence of the Lord, and internal opposition to His way, should not be taken lightly.
Dealing with Opposition and Conflict taken from Acts 4:1-31 by interim pastor, Joe Greene, teaches us that we are only responsible for ourselves. We must obey God and He will empower us.
Follow the Leader taken from Mark 1:17 and Luke 9:23 by Kathy Charland challenges us as we use social media to follow people to ask ourselves what can we do or begin to do to follow Jesus more closely.
Walk in the Light taken from John 8:1-12 by guest preacher, Rev. Glen Snowden, reminds us that we no longer have to walk in darkness because we have Jesus and He is the light.
More Than Conquerors taken from Romans 8:28-39 by guest speaker, John Hicks Mackenzie, reminds us that all things work for God’s good and nothing can separate us from His love. We may experience trouble in this world but as believers, He will not allow anything to defeat us.
Bless and Build with Your Words taken from Ephesians 4:29-32 by Interim Pastor Joe Greene reminds us of the power of our words. We grieve the Holy Spirit when we use our words to break down because the intent of the Holy Spirit is to build up.
What I Have I Give To You taken from Acts 3:1-21 by Interim Pastor Joe Greene reminds us that as Christians because we were given the gift of hope and a new life through Jesus, we are to live out and pass that hope on to others.
5 Essentials to Building a Healthy Church taken from Acts 2:42-47 by Interim Pastor Joe Greene instructs us to devote ourselves to the Bible, worship, fellowship, prayer and evangelism.