Mar 5, 2017
Special Message: Personal Story of Victory Over Addiction (Sermon 3/5/17)
Pastor Kevin set aside his sermon this week to allow another to share his personal victory over addiction through the power of Jesus Christ. (Not part of Sermon Series.)
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  • Mar 5, 2017Special Message: Personal Story of Victory Over Addiction (Sermon 3/5/17)
    Mar 5, 2017
    Special Message: Personal Story of Victory Over Addiction (Sermon 3/5/17)
    Pastor Kevin set aside his sermon this week to allow another to share his personal victory over addiction through the power of Jesus Christ. (Not part of Sermon Series.)
  • Feb 26, 2017Building a Great Life (Sermon 2/26/17)
    Feb 26, 2017
    Building a Great Life (Sermon 2/26/17)
    “When the going gets tough, where do I go?” So many want a great life, but are unwilling, unable to go the right places to get the help they need. Have I settled for less in my life because of my actions or attitudes? What will I do to better move towards the life that God would want me to have?
  • Feb 19, 2017Building A Great Nation (Sermon 2/19/17)
    Feb 19, 2017
    Building A Great Nation (Sermon 2/19/17)
    Many times God’s view of things is different from our own. God’s view of a nation stands in stark contrast to what we are told. What one thing can you do to help our nation be considered “great” in God’s eyes?
  • Feb 12, 2017Building A Great Family (Sermon 2/12/17)
    Feb 12, 2017
    Building A Great Family (Sermon 2/12/17)
    How would I rate the “greatness” of my family? In what one area of my home life will I ask God to begin to help me do some home improvement this week?
  • Feb 5, 2017What Do I Do With What I Have? (Sermon 2/5/17)
    Feb 5, 2017
    What Do I Do With What I Have? (Sermon 2/5/17)

    David Steindle Rast- in a “Ted Talk” challenged his listeners with the topic, “Want to Be Happy? Be Grateful.” He said we all need to, “Stop, look and go” in order to have happy lives, that happiness come from stopping and being grateful for what we have, looking for opportunities around us and then going and meeting a need. As we conclude our series on money, how and where would God have you, “stop, look and go” with the resources He has provided?

  • Jan 29, 2017What’s My Financial Workout Plan? (Sermon 1/29/17)
    Jan 29, 2017
    What’s My Financial Workout Plan? (Sermon 1/29/17)

    By this time each year, many who have made New Year’s resolutions to get in shape have already fallen back into the same patterns of living. Are you ready to try God’s financial plan and put it into place for your life?

  • Jan 22, 2017Am I A Good Sharer? (Sermon 1/22/17)
    Jan 22, 2017
    Am I A Good Sharer? (Sermon 1/22/17)

    Winter is a hard time of year to think about growing anything. Not much grows now, but we can plan for the time when conditions are right for growth. Are there principles we can put into place now that better prepare us for growth- growth that gives us the freedom to share more with others?

  • Jan 8, 2017What’s My Foundation for Financial Health? (Sermon 1/8/17)
    Jan 8, 2017
    What’s My Foundation for Financial Health? (Sermon 1/8/17)

    We occasionally hear the stories of people who die and it is discovered that they didn’t trust banks, but kept all their life savings in their mattress, or in a hidden place in their homes.  Do we have a plan to handle our finances that honors God and frees us from fear? Do we know and practice God’s foundations for finances?

  • Dec 18, 2016Love is Here (Sermon 12/18/2016)
    Dec 18, 2016
    Love is Here (Sermon 12/18/2016)

    When we watch the news, listen to people, it’s sometimes hard to imagine that there is love anywhere. When we examine our lives, it’s hard to believe we are loved. This Advent season, God wants us to know and live in the reality that His love is everywhere, just waiting for us to see it.

  • Dec 11, 2016Loving Forgiveness (Sermon 12/11/2016)
    Dec 11, 2016
    Loving Forgiveness (Sermon 12/11/2016)

    “Please forgive me” is a phrase with which many struggle. Thinking we need to be forgiven, or asking for forgiveness makes us think we are weak and vulnerable; so we avoid the concept. Loving forgiveness not only allows forgiveness to take place, but makes healing possible.