11/12/17 a.m. Sermon
Considering another word related to salvation, we look at the obscure word “propitiation.” What does it mean? How is it used in the New Testament? What conclusions can we draw from passages that use it?
9/24/17 p.m. sermon
Living in a world that is so divided, it is a vital time for the church to remember the unity that we have in Christ. Ephesians Chapter 2 shows us that, although we were once aliens and strangers, we have been united in Christ, and live together as the church of Christ, his kingdom, and the temple of the Living God.
9/20/17 Bible Class
Continuing our study of this vital section of Scripture, we consider what Jesus says on prayer and fasting.
9/17/17 p.m. sermon
The church is the body of Christ. Every member matters. Every member has a purpose. Every member must use their talents for the sake of the body.
9/17/17 a.m. sermon
Church discipline is definitely not an easy subject to talk about and it’s not an easy thing to practice. But it is important what the church says about this subject, and how the church should respond to situations that warrant some action being taken.
9/17/17 Bible Class
Numbers 12 continues the trend of complaints in the book of Numbers. Miriam and Aaron, the sister and brother of Moses, complained against him until God straightened them out. Join us as we study God’s Word together.
9/13/17 Wednesday Bible Class
One of the most fundamental passages in the New Testament is the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5-7 (with the same ideas repeated in a number of places in Luke, particularly Luke 6). It is a passage that every Christian should study and do so often. We’ve been going through this sermon as we study the Life of Christ, and in this lesson we start to get into the 6th chapter of Matthew, and cover things related to giving and to prayer.
9/10/17 p.m. sermon
The apostle Paul was always ready to let the brethren to whom he wrote know that he was praying for them. The letter to the Ephesians is no different as he tells them, “I never cease giving thanks for you and I am regularly remembering you in prayer.” In particular, Paul prays for them to grow in the knowledge of God, in three specific ways that we will consider in this lesson. He wanted them to grow in knowledge concerning their hope, concerning their inheritance, and concerning God’s power.
9/10/17 a.m. sermon
I often hear Christian saying that the natural disasters are a sign that the time is short and that God’s patience is running out. But the Bible makes very clear that we do not know the day or the hour when the Lord will return. So we need to be careful about presuming to speak for God where he has not spoken.
9/10/17 Bible Class
Continuing a study of the book of Numbers, we look in Chapter 11 and consider the complaint of the people of Israel, as well as God’s solution for Moses being overwhelmed by the people’s complaints. Near the end of the chapter, God answers Israel’s complaint, giving them more meat than they can stand.