May 5th, 2019 – Barry J. McLeod
Part 2 in our series: “Because He Lives” has us looking at what the Apostle Paul calls our calling. We dive into Romans chapter 1 to examine this aspect of post resurrection living.
April 28, 2019 – Barry J. McLeod
This morning we begin a new series called “Because He Lives”. Easter is over and our Redeemer lives. What does it mean to live and followers of the “Living Christ” . Today we look at 1 Peter 1:3-9 and the reality of the Mercy we receive because he lives.
April 21, 2019 – Barry J McLeod
This resurrection Sunday we look at the trial of Jesus and focus in on a key verse in John 18:38. Today we will talk about the truth.
April 14th – 2019 – Ray Perry
This week Ray Perry teaches from John 15:1-8 – “I am the Vine”. Ray finishes off our 4 part series with a teaching on “The Journey of Growing”.
April 7, 2019 – Barry J McLeod
This is part 3 in our 4 part teaching series on becoming a people who are fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. This week we look at developing a heart of worship.
March 31, 2019 – Barry J McLeod
This week, in the second of our 4 part series, we dive into some important aspects of becoming a people who pray by looking at the example of Hannah the mother of Samuel.
March 24, 2019 – Duane R. Nisly
This week we start a new 4 part series called: “Are We There Yet”?. In this first sermon Duane looks at our responsibility as disciples to be ones who “go” through the lens of the Father Heart of God found in the parables of Luke chapter 15
March 17, 2019 – Barry J. McLeod – The authors final instructions to the Hebrew people and as we read it and consider the message – what do we need to take away from these last few words in Hebrews?
March 10, 2019 – Barry J. McLeod
Looking at the incredible and important call on followers of Christ to be people who show and live out love in hospitality.
March 3, 2019 – Barry J. McLeod
The author uses the subject of two Mountains to compare and contrast the former covenant with the new one in Christ. Today we see why this matters to us now in our relationship with Christ.