New Year Sermons
Various New Year Sermons
February 23, 2020 • Pastor Scott
Lord teach us to pray is the request from an unnamed disciple in Luke chapter 11. Jesus answers this request with a story of a bold and persistent friend reaching out for help. In this parable, Jesus teaches us the all important role of bold and persistent prayer in the life of a Child of God.
February 2, 2020 • Pastor Scott
Prayer is a vital part of most every religion and every religion teaches some reason and purpose for their praying. As Christians, it's important we don't lose our spiritual and biblical focus on what prayer really is and what our motives should be...
January 26, 2020 • Pastor Scott
The Bible is God's Word; it is true and it is the ultimate authority in our lives and our faith. God has revealed Himself to us through His Word and we are, at the same time, accountable for what He has revealed and invited to fellowship with Him in His Word. As we consider these amazing truths, what should our response be...
January 19, 2020 • Pastor Scott
The Bible is God's Word. The Bible is Inspired by God, it is true and it is the ultimate authority for our lives as Christians. The Bible is also the "master key" for knowing God, because God has chosen to reveal Himself through the written Word of God.
January 12, 2020 • Pastor Scott
As Christians, it's important that we have clear "2020 Vision" regarding the Bible. The Bible is the Word of God; it is inspired by God, it is truth and it is Authoritative, meaning it is the Ultimate Authority for our faith, beliefs and practices.
Contentment in the New Year
December 27, 2020 • Pastor Scott
In a year of uncertainty, darkness, and division; we are purposing in our hearts to celebrate Jesus with all we've got - to make this the best Christmas ever! As we continue our Best Christmas Ever series, we are reminded that even though we live in this broken and sinful world that will never be able to satisy the longing in our http://souls...god does! The Bible teaches us that as followers of Jesus, we should be people who showcase a contentment that comes from Christ, not this world.