The Eulogy

A word well said is a fitting tribute to a life well-lived. Mike Beyelia shares how to live so that good words will represent your life.

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Victory Awaits!

Since our church began meeting in 1955, Homecoming Sunday marks our “birthday”. This year we discuss the battles everyone is facing. In the struggles you face, victory awaits if you have three keys. Pastor not only shares these keys from 2 Corinthians 4, but also shows how to practice them.

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Jesus Alone (Mark 14:26 – 42)

Society values loyalty and companionship. We treasure those relationships, especially when difficulty arises. Today, we find Jesus facing the darkest moments of His life – alone. Listen as Pastor shares two important lessons we can learn as we watch Jesus face difficulty alone.

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Jesus is confronted by those who believe they have figured out the future. In all their analyses and calculations, they had overlooked two critical pieces of information – God’s power and promises. Listen as Pastor shares the lessons to be learned from planning for the future with God’s power and promises in view.

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I Trust You! Psalm 22

Jesus quotes this psalm while hanging on the cross. To what truths was He directing our attention? How can we be encouraged by looking at His suffering? The lesson Jesus wants us to learn is to trust God no matter what.

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We are familiar with hearing of Jesus’ power to perform miracles. We often forget that there is a greater display of power: the power of Jesus to create faith.Today’s sermon examines the power of Jesus to create faith that asks, acts, and accepts. Listen and ask yourself if that type of faith is present in […]

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Stop and Think (Psalm 39)

Difficulties in life cause us to take stock of life, make any necessary adjustments, then proceed with new arrangements in place. We do this on a regular basis as part of life. Recently, our church family lost a dear member of our leadership team after a battle with illness. Today, we remember the seriousness of […]

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