“Our Position in Christ and the Peace of God” – January 9th, 2020

“Our Position in Christ and the Peace of God” – January 9th, 2020

Dear Church Family, In an increasingly confused and chaotic world peace in the human heart is more precious than ever. Like anything that is precious, peace is not all that common. In fact, Jesus is the only source of real peace at the heart level. On Sunday morning we will begin the most important chapter in the Bible that discusses how to experience God’s peace. Out text is Philippians 4:1. The title of the message is “Our Position in Christ and the Peace of God.” Other verses that will prepare your heart for the message are Psalm 28:7, I Corinthians 15:58, and Exodus 15:1-2. I trust that you will be blessed by our time together in God’s Word. May the Lord grant you His peace that passes all understanding as you face the challenges of life. God bless you and have a great day! In His Matchless Grace, Pastor...

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“The Ultimate Pursuit: Part II” – January 1st, 2020

“The Ultimate Pursuit: Part II” – January 1st, 2020

Dear Church Family, Happy New Year! I hope that 2020 is a year of great spiritual growth and significant conformity to Christ likeness. After all, that is why the Lord redeemed us. The Father wants to save us and make us more like His Son all for His glory. That will be the theme of Sunday’s message. The title of the sermon is “ The Ultimate Pursuit: Part II.” Our text will be Philippians 3:17-21. Other verses that will prepare you for our time in God ‘s Word are Hebrews 13:7, 2 Thessalonians 3:11, and Psalm 17:15. I am eager to share with you the wonderful truths about how to become more like Jesus. May the Lord do exceedingly abundantly above all you ask or think in the year that lies ahead. Have a great day! In His Matchless Grace, Pastor...

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“How to Enjoy Christmas” – December 18th, 2019

“How to Enjoy Christmas” – December 18th, 2019

Dear Church Family, Sometimes what we need in life is a fresh perspective. For instance, at times we need to look at our job from a different angle. It provides for my family. My immediate supervisor is a great person. The commute is not bad.  I get off all major holidays. A fresh perspective can help us have a renewed enthusiasm for our vocation, which can make all the difference in the world. The same can be said about celebrating Christmas. On Sunday morning we will be looking at Luke 2:36-38. The title of the message is “How to Enjoy Christmas.” Other verses that will prepare you for our time in God’s Word are Psalm 105:4, Daniel 9:3, and Acts 8:4-8. Christmas songs should also bless each heart as we celebrate the birth of Jesus. On Sunday evening we will worship the Lord as the beautiful cantata, “ Holy Child” is presented. It should be a wonderful day. Until Sunday, may your perspective of Christmas renew your enthusiasm for Jesus. Because of Him, Pastor...

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“Counting on Jesus for the Impossible” – December 12th, 2019

“Counting on Jesus for the Impossible” – December 12th, 2019

Dear Church Family, When we find ourselves in an impossible situation, panic or irritation often sets in. It’s not that we want that to be our initial response. It’s just what naturally transpires. During the traditional service, we will be studying Matthew 14:13-21. The title of the message is “ Counting on Jesus for the Impossible.” Other verses that will prepare you for our time in God’s Word are Luke 18:27, Jeremiah 32:17, and Jeremiah 32:26-27. I trust that you will be encouraged by our time in God’s Word. The contemporary service will enjoy the Children’s Christmas program, “ The Joy of Christmas.” It should be a great Sunday morning as we celebrate the birth of Jesus. Have a nice day and remember that with God all things are possible. See you on Sunday! In His Matchless Grace, Pastor...

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“The Ultimate Pursuit” – December 4th, 2019

“The Ultimate Pursuit” – December 4th, 2019

Dear Church Family, There are many goals and accomplishments that we pursue. We pursue wealth, happiness, and fulfillment. We chase after peoples’ approval, love relationships, and a sense of belonging. The ultimate pursuit of any follower of Jesus Christ, however, should be to become more like Him. On Sunday morning we will be looking at Philippians 3:10-16. The title of the sermon is “The Ultimate Pursuit.” Other verses that will prepare you for our time in God’s Word are 2 Corinthians 3:18, James 1:2-4, and Romans 8:29. Make no mistake about it, God is fully committed to transforming us little by little into the image of His Son, Jesus. May you experience His transforming work in your lives today and every day until the Lord returns for His people. God bless you and have a great day! Because of Jesus, Pastor...

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“Giving Up Everything for Jesus” – November 27th, 2019

“Giving Up Everything for Jesus” – November 27th, 2019

Dear Church Family, We have heard people say, “ I would give anything if I could…” You fill in the blank. However, there really aren’t many things that we would be willing to receive if it cost everything. On Sunday we will be looking at Philippians 3:4-9. The title of the message is “Giving Up Everything for Jesus.” Other verses that will prepare you for our time in God’s Word are Daniel 4:28-30, Luke 19:8-10, and I Corinthians 1:26-31. This autobiography of Paul’s mirrors the biography of all who belong to Jesus. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving as you celebrate the One who is worth everything that we have and are. With Much Thanksgiving, Pastor...

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