To listen to this sermon click “READ MORE” and then CLICK HERE. You can also find this sermon and many other sermons from our church under the… Read more “Sermon – Nehemiah 9: “Revival””
To listen to this sermon click “READ MORE” and then CLICK HERE. Some of you walked in here this morning carrying a heavy load. Some of you… Read more “Sermon – Nehemiah 8: “Back to the Book””
To listen to this sermon click “READ MORE” and then CLICK HERE. Nehemiah appointed singers to lead in worship.You see, he understood that there is more to… Read more “Sermon: Nehemiah 7”
To listen to this sermon, first click “READ MORE” and then CLICK HERE. Dwight L. Moody quote: “The world has yet to see what God can do… Read more “Sermon – Nehemiah 6: Courage”
To listen to this sermon: CLICK HERE. Constructive criticism will always come to your face; destructive criticism will always come behind your back. Please understand that when… Read more “Sermon: Nehemiah 4”
Nehemiah had a plan. It was gutsy and filled with complexity and danger. The prophet set out to make it happen. With God’s help he will have… Read more “Sermon: Nehemiah: An Unlikely Ally”
Jeff Hicks – 03/07/2021 – John 4:1-26 But this foray elicits a response like a spade hitting hard-packed dirt. “You are a Jew and I am a Samaritan woman. How can you ask me for a drink?” she replies. In other words, “Jews and Samaritans don’t hang out together and they certainly don’t drink together, remember? Men and women aren’t even supposed to speak in public to one another; why are you talking to me?” Jesus answered her, “If you knew the gift of God and who it is that asks you for a drink, you would have asked him and he would have given you living water.” In other words, “Dear one, what I’m asking for is simply a chance to give you what you are really looking for. I know you are thirsty–thirsty for something you won’t find in this well.”
Jackson Shamblin – 01/10/2021
-Today we wrapped up our series on the Fruit of the Spirit by talking about Gentleness & Self-control. We talked about how Gentleness is not weakness, but instead it is power under control. We learned that it takes Self-control to truly live out all the fruits of the Spirit. When the fruits of the Spirit are displayed in our lives it will: 1) glorify God & 2) point others to God.
-Remember, we don’t simply try harder to be more loving, joyful, peaceful, patient, king, good, faithful, gentle, and self-controlled. Instead we ask God to fill us with His Spirit, so He can produce these characteristics in our lives.
You can use this order of events to follow along with the Zoom call on Easter Sunday (4-12-20) @ 9:25am or use it as a guide to… Read more “Easter Sunday: Trust God!”