2023 Sermons

Stand Alone Sermons

Mother's Day Q&A

May 14, 2023

Good Friday 2023

April 7, 2023 • Grant Troutt • Romans 5:8, Luke 23:41–42, Luke 22:32—23:42, Galatians 5:1, 2 Corinthians 5:21

Why are there two criminals seemingly ruining the moment of our Saviors sacrifice? It seems random. Out of place? Why not just Jesus there? Because we are that thief on the cross next to Jesus guilty of our sin… Jesus’ last moment before death was to show what the true Gospel is and how salvation works. There were two responses by two different thieves, we have the same choice in our own lives. To accept Jesus as Savior and we as sinner, or to deny and ridicule His name. We are that thief! The power of the cross is what makes this Friday Good! 1) He acknowledged that he was a sinner 2) He recognized Jesus as Savior 3) He asked Jesus to save Him


February 19, 2023 • Jonathan Pokluda • Psalm 37:1–4

When this sermon was recorded on February 19, 2023, there was a gathering at Asbury University that had been going on for over a week. Many people were calling this a revival. What exactly is a revival? To help us better understand, JP interviews Dr. Steve Seamands, who was at Asbury during the 1970 Asbury Revival, as well the beginning of what was happening at Asbury at the time of this sermon.

New Years Day 2023

January 1, 2023 • Derek Davidson • Joshua 4:1–7

As we flip the calendar to a New Year, it's important for us to reflect on what God has done in this past year. What has He taught us? What are the sins we need to leave behind? 1) The people of God need to remember what God has done 2) We share what God has done to encourage each other