Stand Alone Sermons

Hope in the Midst of Hopelessness (Partial Sermon)

March 15, 2020 • Ryan Henson

Do Not Stand Still

July 28, 2019 • Ryan Henson

How Do You Know When Your Life is Too Busy?

March 3, 2019 • Mike Auten

DNOW Wrap-up 2019

February 17, 2019

The Rock

November 25, 2018 • Ryan Henson

I Am

July 15, 2018 • Toby Henson

How to Live a Better Story

June 10, 2018 • Mike Auten

Teach Our Children to Hate

June 17, 2018 • Ryan Henson

Who are You?

May 20, 2018 • Toby Henson

Motherhood: A Gift of Grace

May 13, 2018 • Toby Henson

Mike Auten

January 28, 2018 • Mike Auten

Our Children are not Our Children

September 24, 2017 • Ryan Henson

Who is Jesus to You?

July 2, 2017 • Mike Auten

Hannah: A Woman of Grace

1 Samuel 1:1-28 • May 14, 2017 • Toby Henson

1. Her Sorrow (1:1-8) Hannah, the wife of Elkanah, is harassed by Elkanah's second wife for being barren. We are told that the Lord had closed Hannah's womb. She was being prepared for an act of divine deliverance that would produce the next great leader for Israel. 2. Her Supplication (1:9-20) On a trip to the temple, Hannah prays silently for a son. Eli, the priest, thinks she is drunk, but when she explains, he affirms her. Upon returning home, Hannah conceives and bears a son, Samuel. 3. Her Surrender (1:21-28) Hannah takes Samuel to the temple and dedicates him to the Lord. Perhaps the most prominent catchphrase in the story of Samuel is "before the Lord" (1:22). Samuel was to live "before the Lord" always, and this he actually did. 4. Parenting with Grace Hannah, a woman of grace, parented with grace. What lessons have we learned from Hannah that can be used to train up children in the service of the Lord? Every child needs to know that they are a gift from God. Every child needs someone praying for them. Every child needs biblical instruction. Every child needs to know that they are loved. Every child needs to be released for God's purpose.

Like a Child

Mark 10:13-16 • March 19, 2017 • Hunter Brown