Sermons on Doctrine
Not only are we to love God with all of our being, we are supposed to love others (Jesus called them our neighbors) as much as we love ourselves. It’s a big task…
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…
One of the key elements in dealing with salvation is our need of forgiveness. We are guilty, but thankfully, God is the owner of mercy and forgiveness.
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.
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…
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!
For a church to be focused outward, looking for ways to connect and engage with the community, it must become a sacrificial church. That means that the people who make up the church must become sacrificial people. Paul has something to say about sacrifice in his letter to the church in Rome.
Being invited to a party can be pretty exciting. Especially when the party is a mega-party, hosted by God. Well, we’ve been invited, and we’ve also been called to participate by delivering more invitations.
A special service with Rev. Wellington Gorham, Jr. providing our message.
What if our spiritual health, to some degree, depended on what we thought about? Would you seek to change your thoughts?