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.
Reflecting Him (6.23.19)
Stand Alone Sermon • June 23, 2019 • Jason Crawford
If we, as Christians, are to reflect Christ in our lives, we must not be content with just reflecting Him in a few areas of life. Christ demands that our whole selves reflect Him; that we may be holy with our spirits, our souls, and our bodies.
Meaningful Dialogue - Talking to Others About God (6.16.19)
Stand Alone Sermon • June 16, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger
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.
Good Times - Appreciating & Benefiting from the Goodness God Gives (6.2.19)
Stand Alone Sermon • June 2, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger
The good gifts God gives are meant to be enjoyed and appreciated. Are you able to see these good gifts, and are you careful to remember and thank the One from whom all blessings flow?
Compassion Sunday 2019 (5.19.19)
Compassion Sunday • May 19, 2019 • Ethan Kerns
As Christians, we are able to recognize that God gives us mercy and comfort on a daily basis. But do we squander his gifts by not sharing them with others? According to the Apostle Paul, one of the primary points of receiving gifts like mercy and comfort is to then give it to others. We as Christians must be willing to do this.
Bad Things & Good People (5.12.19)
Stand Alone Sermon • May 12, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger
Everyone wonders why bad things happen to good people. Indeed, everyone who has ever lived has known times of difficulty and suffering. But through all of it, we can have faith that God always has a reason for causing or allowing these things to happen.
Connecting - Connecting Relationally (5.5.19)
Connecting • May 5, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger
Followers of Christ should be intentional about bringing people together, despite the challenge that it brings about. Jesus, in setting the example for us, intentionally brought people together under the banner of God's mercy, grace, and love. Do we bringing people together and creating community in our church?
Easter 2019 - The Victorious Deliverer (4.21.19)
Easter 2019 • April 21, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger
Throughout all of the events that surround and take place within the Gospel story, Jesus is never out of control. In every way, He is intentionally driving the story forward towards the cross so that He would be the Victorious Deliverer.
Joy, God's Power, and Christ-Exalting Forgiveness (Rwanda Mission Trip Recap) (4.7.19)
Stand Alone Sermon • April 7, 2019 • Ethan Kerns
This message is Pastor Ethan's recap of his experiences Rwanda, Africa. The trip was a partnership between Liberty University and Compassion International and took place from March 6 - 17, 2019.
Easter 2019 - Desperate for Deliverance (3.31.19)
Easter 2019 • March 31, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger
When Hezekiah and the people of Judah were on the brink of destruction, the humbled king took time to ask God for deliverance. In our lives, it may seem like a simple thing to do: asking for help from God. But how often do we do it? When faced overwhelming circumstances, we must have faith that God can deliver us.