Jan 6, 2019
Who Are We and Why Would I Want to Be Here? (Sermon 1/6/19)
As many are making personal plans and resolutions, as a church we need to renew our vision of who we are and where God is taking us.
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  • Jan 6, 2019Who Are We and Why Would I Want to Be Here? (Sermon 1/6/19)
    Jan 6, 2019
    Who Are We and Why Would I Want to Be Here? (Sermon 1/6/19)
    As many are making personal plans and resolutions, as a church we need to renew our vision of who we are and where God is taking us.
  • Dec 30, 2018You Need a Friend in 2019? (Sermon 12/30/19)
    Dec 30, 2018
    You Need a Friend in 2019? (Sermon 12/30/19)
    Message by guest Pastor Ed Whitman
  • Dec 23, 2018Is There Life After Christmas (Sermon 12/23/18)
    Dec 23, 2018
    Is There Life After Christmas (Sermon 12/23/18)
    We all strive towards the goal of finishing the marathon of the Christmas season. When all is said and done, is there something more that we are missing? Is the birth of Jesus the final answer, or is there something more to come?
  • Dec 16, 2018That’s Good Enough (Sermon 12/16/18)
    Dec 16, 2018
    That’s Good Enough (Sermon 12/16/18)
    We all have a philosophy on how we would live our lives. For some that may be simply to get out of bed in the morning. What is your life philosophy? Is it “good enough” so that you can live with contentment?  Does the message and meaning of Christmas have any role to play on how each of us can live a life that is more than, “good enough?”
  • Dec 10, 201842 (Sermon 12/9/18)
    Dec 10, 2018
    42 (Sermon 12/9/18)
    Many people at some point in their life have asked, “What’s the meaning of my life?” Why Am I here? When we feel our life has no meaning or purpose we can either wander aimlessly, or wander into self-destruction. With Jesus’ coming into the world, God helps us answer the question, “Why Am I Here?”
  • Dec 2, 2018Mud Pies in the Slum (Sermon 12/2/18)
    Dec 2, 2018
    Mud Pies in the Slum (Sermon 12/2/18)
    Different agencies have set different values on a human life. The Environmental Protection Agency set the value of a life at $9.1 million in 2010. The Food and Drug Administration, on the other hand, came up with a value of $7.9 million and finally, the Transportation Department said it was around $6 million, July 21, 2017. Many struggle with the idea that their life has no value or worth to anyone. If it has no value, then I must not matter. God says otherwise.