Sermons from 2017
Our special service on Christmas Eve!
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.
Our children present the story of Jesus birth in If I Were There.
Something that every human being desires is to know peace. The problem is that, for most of us, peace is in short supply. We do some strange things trying to achieve peace, rarely do those things have a lasting effect. As Christians, this is a sad statement, as we have been given the peace of Jesus Christ…
Whenever we speak about the future, it seems like the word “hope” comes into play. While it isn’t a bad word, if we use it in place of “wish” we have a serious problem. Our hope isn’t meant to be a wish…
Advent is an interesting time of year. For most churches, Advent season will begin next Sunday. For Central, we are introducing Advent with today’s message on the need for unity. It is the path that we are called to follow if we desire God’s blessings upon our lives.
Being thankful requires us to have a proper relationship with Jesus Christ. Having that relationship correct requires us to have the right attitudes–and it all comes back to what we choose to “wear” as an attitude.
Giving thanks ought to be easy, unless you consider giving thanks to an Almighty God is possibly a little beyond just saying, “Thank you.”
How do you say, “Thank you” to God? Does it take more than merely saying the words? Being thankful has more to do with attitude and choice than it does any kind of emotional response. Are you expressing thankfulness?
Choices, we make them every day of our lives. Some of them are mundane and mostly insignificant, like what color of socks to wear. Some of them have eternal consequences, like whether or not to follow Jesus Christ. Our choices only matter if we are free to choose…