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Sermons 2019

Non-series Messages

A New Year 2020

December 29, 2019 • December 29, 2019 • Student Pastor Josh Croswell

Bottom Line: In 2020 let us forget the past, look forward to the future, & keep tracking toward Jesus with all that we have in us.

The Original Thanksgiving Meal

November 24, 2019 • November 24, 2019 • Pastor Chad Thompson

Bottom line: Communion is the expression of our appreciation for God's blessings of salvation. The Lord's Supper is truly the original thanksgiving meal. When we partake of the Lord's Supper we have an opportunity to express our thanksgiving for Jesus' crucifixion (i.e. substitution in our place), our salvation, our communion with Jesus and other believers, our anticipation of His return, and our proclamation of the gospel.

Grace Upon Grace

July 7, 2019 • July 7, 2019 • Missionary Eddie Williams

#bottomlinesundaysermon - God's grace is sufficient to us as we surrender in our weakness to Him. God offers us not only grace for salvation, but grace for living, serving, struggling, bearing up under the weight of trials and circumstances. It is as we yield to God in the weakness of our humanity that we experience the strength of God by His grace to live, to serve, bear up under, et. al. We experience grace upon grace.

Does God Still Deserve My Trust When Life Takes A Turn For The Worst?

June 30, 2019 • June 30, 2019 • Student Pastor Josh Croswell

Bro. Josh wants us to look at the life of Job and look at the question of "does God still deserve my trust when life takes a turn for the worst". In our scripture God reminds Job of how big God is. He is way Bigger than we thought.

Preach The Word

June 23, 2019 • June 23, 2019 • Student Pastor Josh Croswell

Bro. Josh wants to remind us that we must preach the word. Be busy about telling our story of what Jesus did for us. In Paul's 2nd letter to Timothy he reminds him that the people are far from God. He tells Timothy that he must preach the word and be ready in season and out of season. We are reminded that we have work to do, and that work is to live this Christian life and tell our story of what Jesus did for us and what He will do for anyone who asks.

Deciding And Directing

May 26, 2019 • May 26, 2019 • Pastor Chad Thompson

Bottom line: God is the Director's Voice for those who choose the "narrow" choice. When you choose godly, you choose God's directing. He orchestrates the steps of life. He ordains the specifics of life. And He overpowers the struggles of life.

Leave The Right Legacy

May 19, 2019 • May 19, 2019 • Student Pastor Josh Croswell

In this Message Bro. Josh wants to remind everyone that we all will leave a legacy when we leave this world. The way you choose to live determines what that legacy will be. Bottom Line: The life you lead determines the legacy you leave.

A Word For Mother's Day

May 12, 2019 • May 12, 2019 • Student Pastor Josh Croswell

Isn't it something that GOD has chosen our mothers to be one of the main examples of Christ love for us. A mother can forgive in an instant, she loves unconditionally, there is nothing a mother can't fix emotionally or physically, there is nothing more comforting when we are hurting, nothing that mom couldn't take care of (she just made everything better), and peace is found at a mothers table. Isn't that an amazing example of who Jesus Christ is? Godly mothers need to be: 1) Obedient to God's Word. 2) Full of Love and Praise to Jesus. 3) Faithful... to God, to herself, and to her family..

Think With The End In Mind

May 5, 2019 • May 5, 2019 • Pastor Chad Thompson

Bottom line: The harvest that is reaped is determined by the seeds that are sown. The actions, attitudes, choices, etc. that we take now as a family will affect the future of our family either soon and/or eventually. The question we must ask is "What kind of our harvest do I want to see come forth from my family?" Sow the seeds that will bring the harvest. Gal. 6:7 - Whatsoever a man sows that shall he also reap. It's the iron law of the universe. We reap what we sow. We reap more than we sow. We reap later than we sow. We must think with the end in mind.