"love" Tagged Sermons
We were privileged to have Rev. Bill Reynolds in our service yesterday, hear an update on the ministry in Rhode Island, and hear a wonderful message on the need for Christians to love people…even those who hate us.
A timely message from Rev. Wellington Gorham, Jr. concerning our responsibility to love God and teach our children about loving God.
What matters most in your life? What matters most in how you relate to God? Rev. Wellington Gorham, Jr. gives us the answer from God’s Word. We apologize for the poor audio portion with the sermon on the included video. You may have a better experience listening to the audio recording.
God’s love is something that almost everyone wants to know, in this message you can hear how you can know God’s love.
Sorry for no video this week, we are having issues with our live streaming… However, we do have an audio recording of yesterday’s message, which deals with loving God. According to Jesus, this is the greatest commandment that has been given to humanity…
The only way a church can accomplish the mission and vision that God has given to the church is if it is a unified church. Unity is not uniformity, but it is an essential element of any church that desires to do what God has called us to do.
Memorial Day is a very special holiday. We set aside this day to remember what true love is–sacrifice.
Whenever we embark on a journey that involves a change of direction, we need some guidance for the new, unexpected path. Thankfully, the Bible gives us that guidance. It’s as simple as becoming an imitator–of God…
Love is an often overused word. So, when we begin to talk about God’s love, it is natural to have some misconceptions. In this last message for our Advent series, we look at God’s love, and how we ought to respond to His love for us.
Faith is a concept in Christianity that is central to the entire belief system.; Without faith, it is impossible to please God. Our faith is meant to be active, and in this message we will look at how God’s love ought to impact our faith.