Sermons by Pastor Alan Kinder

Sermons by Pastor Alan Kinder

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Fellowship ~ Advent 2018

One of the best gifts that Jesus brought with His advent is the gift of becoming a friend with God. That friendship is meant to extend to His followers. If you claim to be a Christian, this isn’t an option.
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Advent 2018 ~ Assurance

Assurance is a necessary component of our Christian life. In this first message from our Advent 2018 series, we’ll see how assurance can be built into our spiritual life. Pastor Alan shares from his living room as the local weather conditions (impending blizzard) made a service at the church out of the question.
Being Thankful

Being Thankful ~ A Song of Thanks

God’s people are called to be thankful. As a Christian, our thankfulness should come out as we sing, as we call upon the Lord, and as we tell others about what Jesus has done for us. A failure to do these things may indicate that we aren’t truly thankful…

A Focused Life ~ Being a Church Member

Here’s the last thing you need to know if you want to live a focused life; you’ve got to be a church member. No, I’m not talking about making sure your name is added to some list of members in a church. I’m talking about being a true church member…
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A Focused Life ~ Service

The Christian life is intended to be a focused life. If we desire to live a focused life we must determine to begin living a life that is characterized by service. Our example, Jesus, stated that this was the lifestyle that he chose…
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A Joyful Church

A life out of focus is a life that is without meaning and purpose. When the people in a church are not focused, the church will also be out of focus. This is the fourth message in this series on how to have a focused life; this week looks at the necessity for followers of Jesus to be joyful!
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A Praying Church

How often do you tell someone that you will pray for them? How often do you feel like you know how to pray for someone, especially when there is no specific request? Well, our God doesn’t want us unaware of how to pray in these situations. So, He had Paul write a letter, and in that letter Paul tells us how to pray.