Sermons on Doctrine
As we continue our look at spiritual growth we have been confronted with the need for courage, and now we have to look at how that courage is put into use, by taking a risk.
Our last sermon of 2019, from Joel McGill.
The Christmas season can be difficult to navigate. What is the priority for a Christian during this season? Perhaps we can start with a celebration of hope, by celebrating the Child, Jesus!
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.
One way of looking at life is that it is a series of lessons that we must learn. We know that the Lord teaches us lessons. The question is, have we learned the lessons that God has tried to teach us?
Life is somewhat unforgiving, we rarely get a second chance at something when we fail the first time. Well, unless we’re dealing with Jesus…
When we choose to disobey God, we are faced with the response to that decision. The response of God, the response of other people, and our own response. Sadly, we often fail to realize the unintended consequences of our sin and our own response.
We love to make plans. Plans for vacations, weddings, and even retirement. However, when our plans include disobedience they are doomed to failure. We begin this series from the Book of Jonah looking at what deliberate disobedience looks like and why its a bad idea.
Becoming a disciple of Jesus Christ requires a certain commitment, a willingness to accept the call to sacrifice.
A timely message from Rev. Wellington Gorham, Jr. concerning our responsibility to love God and teach our children about loving God.