Does God Exist? (part 3) – Romans 2:12-16

8/26/18 p.m. sermon

Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
As we deal with our friends, neighbors, and co-workers, we will inevitably come across people who do not believe that God exists.  Some will ask us why we still believe.  Over the past couple of weeks we have looked at answers we can give to that question, and in this lesson we look at a third, The Moral Argument for the Existence of God.

Confidence Before His Throne – Hebrews 4:14-16; 10:19-25

8/26/18 a.m. sermon

Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
We talk a lot about church attendance.  We ought to know how important it is for Christians to gather together for worship.  But it’s so much more than putting bodies in the seats.  It is important that we understand that God has given us good reasons for wanting to come and worship Him.  It’s all based in what He has done for us through His Son, Jesus Christ.

The Second Letter to the Ephesians – Revelation 2:1-7

8/26/18 Sunday Bible Class

Teacher: Jim Roquemore
Did you know there is a second letter to the church at Ephesus in the Bible?  It’s very short, and it’s actually contained within another book.  In the second and third chapters of Revelation, several churches are mentioned who are given specific instructions from the Lord.  Ephesus is one of those churches, and as we conclude our study of Ephesians, we take a look at those few verses in Revelation 2.

Ruth 4:17-22

8/22/18 Bible Class

Teacher: Justin P. Sivley
The final lesson in our look at the short book of Ruth, tonight we focus on the implications that this story had on the future.  Not only was one of Israel’s greatest kings a descendent of Ruth and Boaz, so was the King of Kings, Jesus Christ.  Praise God for his providence throughout the centuries to bring about salvation for all.

Does God Exist? (part 2) – Isaiah 45:18

8/19/18 p.m. sermon

Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
As we continue how we ought to be prepared to give an answer to those who ask why we believe, we are looking at another argument for evidence of God’s existence.  In this case we are considered the Teleological, or Design, Argument, making the case that because this universe maintains all the characteristics of being fine-tuned, there must be a designer.

The Uncondemned Life – Romans 8:1-18

8/19/18 a.m. sermon

Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
Our God is a God of comfort, and he has given us assurances of his love for us throughout the scriptures.  One example is found in Romans 8:1, a most comforting verse.  As we consider the first half of this chapter, let’s notice “The Uncondemned Life.” of all who are in Christ Jesus

Ephesians 6:10-19

8/19/18 Sunday Bible Class

Teacher: Jim Roquemore
The Christian life is compared to many things in the Bible.  It is sometimes a walk or a race.  Sometimes it is spoken of in terms of the household or family that we are part of.  In Ephesians 6, Paul speaks of it as a battle, a battle against the forces of evil, and a battle for which we must be prepared.

Ruth 4:1-16

8/15/18 Wednesday Bible Class

Teacher: Justin P. Sivley
The beautiful story of Ruth and Boaz hit a roadblock at the end of Ruth 3, but with the beginning of chapter 4, the situation is quickly resolved, Ruth and Boaz are married, and Ruth gives birth to a son.  Near the end of this chapter, we are reminded that though the book bears Ruth’s name, the story is really Naomi’s.

Does God Exist? (part 1) – Romans 1:19-20

8/12/18 p.m. sermon

Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
Since we are to be prepared to give an answer to those that would ask why we believe (1 Pet. 3:15), it logically follows that we ourselves understand good reasons to believe.  This short series will examine three arguments for the existence of God.  Through these arguments not only will we be better equipped to give an answer, but our faith should be strengthened as well.  This first lesson focuses on the Cosmological Argument for the Existence of God.