Superficial discussions are a normal part of life, but they are no substitute for substantive, meaningful discussion. Meaningful dialogue provides a forum in which worldview formation can occur and the gospel can be proclaimed. We should then be enthusiastic about escalating superficial discussions into meaningful dialogues about life, God, and eternity.
Meaningful Dialogue - Talking to Others About God (6.16.19)
Stand Alone Sermon
June 16, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger • Luke 24:13-27
Fruit of the Spirit - Works & Desire (7.14.19)
Fruit of the Spirit • July 14, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger
If you are a follower of Jesus Christ, you regularly experience the tension between the desires of the flesh and the desires of the Spirit. The struggle is an unavoidable consequence of being a human being whom the Holy Spirit is endeavoring to transform and mature. It can be daunting at times to feel pulled in multiple directions, but thankfully the situation is far from being hopeless. The Holy Spirit is always ready and able to lead those who are willing.
Fruit of the Spirit Series - Trees and Their Fruit (7.7.19)
Fruit of the Spirit • July 7, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger
Jesus calls men and women to allow the Spirit of God to reveal the condition of their hearts so that the transforming power of God can replace evil motives and actions for those that are good. Each person must choose to either be a good tree bearing good fruit or an evil tree bearing evil fruit. The choice begins in the heart.
Independence Day 2019 - Proclaiming Liberty (6.30.19)
Stand Alone Sermons • June 30, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger
Freedom and liberty are among the most important and universally relevant matters pertaining to all people. Because of this, Christians should be advocates of societal and civil liberties, as well as the true spiritual liberty found in Christ.