Our hope rests on the surety of the truth: God is still with us! Notice three titles for Jesus found in John’s gospel this morning. Merry Christmas!
Not only do church buildings need a solid foundation, church members do, too! Today’s text highlights the foundation of our faith and the reason for our hope. Hope HAS a foundation!
John the Baptist asks a question you may have asked: When is God going to act like He said? The answer may surprise you!
Today we hear the message of John the Baptist – preparing hearts to celebrate the arrival of the Christ. The King IS coming!
Christmas is about gifts and giving. Paul says love is the greatest gift; and today you will see that is true. First John repeats the theme of love, conveying a critical truth we celebrate at Christmas: Love builds relationships. Let’s discover three ways love builds relationships.
We all seek peace but have no clue how to bring it about. What does true peace look like? The Bible tells us peace is both a gift and a responsibility.
Advent creates anticipation and expectation; it also brings an atmosphere of hope. Joseph’s life proves that Messiah Jesus is the only true source of hope.
“It’s always darkest before dawn” the proverb tells us. Israel’s national history unfolded that way. Instead of finding the light of God’s presence and blessing they experienced metaphoric darkness. Isaiah gave God’s promise of true light. This true light would come in the person of God’s Messiah.
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.
What is the best gift you have ever received? No doubt, there is a connection between the gift and the person who gave it that makes it such a treasured item. Today’s message looks at why Jesus is the best gift ever, and finds proof of this in the angel’s song found in Luke 2:14.