Jul 22, 2018
Can I Trust God When Others Slime Me? (Sermon 7/22/18)
“What goes around comes around.” “Turnabout is fair play.” “Don’t worry, you will get yours.” All these phrases highlight the idea that at some point in our life, others’ words or actions may hurt us, and we hope they get payed back in kind. What should your response be?
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  • Jul 22, 2018Can I Trust God When Others Slime Me? (Sermon 7/22/18)
    Jul 22, 2018
    Can I Trust God When Others Slime Me? (Sermon 7/22/18)
    “What goes around comes around.” “Turnabout is fair play.” “Don’t worry, you will get yours.” All these phrases highlight the idea that at some point in our life, others’ words or actions may hurt us, and we hope they get payed back in kind. What should your response be?
  • Jul 15, 2018God Helps Us Through the Muck (Sermon 7/15/18)
    Jul 15, 2018
    God Helps Us Through the Muck (Sermon 7/15/18)
    Great things sometimes start from simple beginnings: McDonald’s from one shop, Apple computer in a garage, New Yorker magazine with one pencil. From simple beginnings, when we feel the world is against us, God can make something great.
  • Jul 8, 2018But It Was Only A Lie! (Sermon 7/8/18)
    Jul 8, 2018
    But It Was Only A Lie! (Sermon 7/8/18)
    Choose a question to discuss... Is honesty always the best policy? Is it ever OK to break the law to accomplish something good? Do you prefer dogs or cats?
  • Jul 1, 2018Am I My Own Worst Enemy? (Sermon 7/1/18)
    Jul 1, 2018
    Am I My Own Worst Enemy? (Sermon 7/1/18)
    There is a time in each of our lives when we make selfish decisions. We know they are, and yet we choose to make them anyway, not thinking through the impact on others- and us. What do those decisions say about us, and what do those choices say about what is important to us?
  • Jun 24, 2018Everything Happens For a Reason (Sermon 6/24/18)
    Jun 24, 2018
    Everything Happens For a Reason (Sermon 6/24/18)
    We have all been there... standing in line at a funeral, watching a tragedy unfold on the news, hearing the despair of a spouse left behind. At some point, you will hear a well-meaning person say, “Everything happens for a reason,” usually leaving the situation no better than where it began.
  • Jun 17, 2018Child Voice International (Special Missions Message 6/17/18)
    Jun 17, 2018
    Child Voice International (Special Missions Message 6/17/18)
    A special guest speaker from Child Voice International (not part of series)
  • Jun 10, 2018God Will Not Give You More Than You Can Bear (Sermon 6/10/18)
    Jun 10, 2018
    God Will Not Give You More Than You Can Bear (Sermon 6/10/18)
    In 1 Corinthians, Paul is reminding the church that there is a difference between being burdened by your circumstances, and being tempted to sin in the midst of one’s circumstances. The former may be true that there are times in your life when life can seem overwhelming; but in the center of our struggle, God will help us find a way out that honors him.
  • Jun 3, 2018God Helps Those Who Help Themselves (Sermon 6/3/18)
    Jun 3, 2018
    God Helps Those Who Help Themselves (Sermon 6/3/18)
    “God helps those who help themselves” sounds to be spiritually true because it has God’s name in it. Many believe it can be found in scripture, but if asked to locate it, they could not because the idea is not among scriptural teachings. Popularized by Ben Franklin, it is an adage that goes back to the ancient Greek culture.
  • May 20, 2018Should I Pray for Healing? (Sermon 5/20/19)
    May 20, 2018
    Should I Pray for Healing? (Sermon 5/20/19)
    For many when they think of prayer, they think of healing. Healing of a relationship, illness or emotion. Should I consider asking for healing when sometimes it doesn’t seem to matter?
  • May 13, 2018Praying Morning, Noon And Night? You Have To Be Kidding Me? (Sermon 5/13/18)
    May 13, 2018
    Praying Morning, Noon And Night? You Have To Be Kidding Me? (Sermon 5/13/18)
    So often we think or say, “We’ve done all we can. All we can do now is pray.” John Bunyan said, “You can do more than pray after you have prayed, but you cannot do more than pray until you have prayed.” Why is it many think of prayer as a last resort rather than our first possibility? How can I possibly pray as much as I need, when I am so busy?