Sermon: The Perseverance of Discipleship (2 Timothy 3:10-17)
As Christians, we are all called to make disciples for Christ. But, how do we prepare ourselves for this task? How do we become better at discipling others? Although this calling to discipleship comes with many challenges; we can have confidence because of the fact that we have been given the training through God's word. We have already been equipped for the work of discipleship. To learn more about this equipping for discipleship, please listen to this morning's sermon by Pastor Stan Rieger.
Sermon: Working All Things for Good?
The story of Joseph is an awesome reminder that what man plans for evil God can and will use for good. As believers, we can put our trust in this promise found in Romans 8:28; "God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose." As you listen to this morning's sermon by Miguel Del Toro, please see the character of God as Isaiah did in Isa. 6:1-6; "Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord of hosts, The whole earth is full of His glory."
Sermon: Heaven-Bent on Pleasing God.
We need to remember that He is eternal God, that He loved us so much that He died for us, that He was resurrected on the third day, that He has prepared resurrection bodies for us, and we await the day that He is going to take us to Himself for all eternity. Please heed the call from this morning's sermon by Ryan Carpenter that there is much to remember in serving God and our service must be Heaven-bent on pleasing God.
Sermon: Understanding the Lord's Supper, Part 4.
When sharing the gospel with the lost, we most likely expound on the love Christ shows us by hanging on the old rugged cross for our sins. But, do we realize what Christ has done for us when we are sitting before the Lord's Table? Do we consider Christ's sacrifice for the propitiation of our sins before we take the bread and the cup? As you listen to this morning's sermon by Pastor Robb, please hear how the bread and the cup represent what Christ has done for us. Let us worship at the Lord's table.