Monthly Archives: June 2019

Sermon: Commandments of Jesus, Pt V – Jonah 4:4

Anger is like fire, and fire can be dangerous to others and ourselves when improperly handled.  Continuing on from last week, we consider how Christians aught to handle anger toward others.  While passion has wonderful, and at times anger plays a part in that passion, it must be tempered with love.  Furthermore, we must be […]

Sermon: Commandments of Jesus, Pt IV – Matthew 5:16

A well known admonition of Jesus Christ is for disciples to “Let Your Light Shine!” When we are born again in Christ, we are blessed to have new inclinations and a new perspective. While this new creature is present in each believer, we also know it is not alone. As long as we live in […]

Sermon: Commandments of Jesus, Part III – Mark 5:36

Continuing this week is our focus on the commandments of Jesus Christ.  Related to the Lords command for disciples to follow Him, we must also believe in Him stamping down our fears.  While experience teaches us that faith in the Savior is well placed, sometimes following the Lord into and through the valley of the […]

Sermon: Take the Roof Off the Building, Mark 2:1-12

Have you ever faced challenges with living out your faith? Did you look to faithful friends to help you draw closer to Jesus? Were others in your way? If so, then you can relate to the paralyzed man who was brought to Jesus in Capernaum. Delivered to the youth assembled for the week of Worship […]

Sermon: Commandments of Jesus, Part II – John 12:26

This week’s message looks at the simple command of Jesus Christ to follow him.  At the core of Jesus’ ministry is a return to the simplicity found at the beginning of time when God dwelled with the first man and woman.  Jesus called his disciples to follow him.  Without turning to follow Jesus, we would […]