Sermons

Stand to Your Post

Stand to Your Post

Given by Joel Meeker

A relatively unknown American ambassador set a fine example of something Christians are called to do: He remained at his post and did his duty in very trying circumstances. What can we learn from his example?

Is Christ God?

Is Christ God?

Given by Leon Walker

The Scriptures prove clearly that Jesus Christ is an eternal being who has always existed. He was not created. He, along with His Father, is God. At the present time, there are two beings in the one and only true God—God the Father and His Son, Jesus Christ.

10 of the Most Important Bible Passages for Teens

10 of the Most Important Bible Passages for Teens

Given by Joel Meeker

These important passages contain vital information that helps teens have a more successful and more joyful life.

If We Preach Not the Gospel

If We Preach Not the Gospel

Given by Ralph Levy

What is the gospel? Does the Church have the responsibility to preach this message of hope to the world? What is the responsibility of each member of the Church in the preaching of the message?

The Other Sign of Jonah

The Other Sign of Jonah

Given by Britton Taylor

When God alters the physical by His sprirt, a miracle has occurred. This sermon explores the role of miracles in a Christian's life.

Real Value of Gratitude

Real Value of Gratitude

Given by Doug Horchak

Gratitude, or thankfulness, is addressed much by God in His Word, but how important is it, really? Mankind has learned the essential nature of a grateful approach to life, and Scripture shows how needful appreciation and gratitude are in the life of a Christian.

Take Heed of Covetousness

Take Heed of Covetousness

Given by David Johnson

Most people give little thought to the problem of covetousness, but it is one of the 10 fundamental rules God gave. Why would my private thoughts be so important? Jesus told His disciples to “take heed of covetousness.” Could I be overlooking this problem in my life? And if so, what can I do about it?

Armor Up: What Price Are You Willing to Pay?

Armor Up: What Price Are You Willing to Pay?

Given by Britton Taylor

Jesus Christ paid the price so we can have access to the armor of God. If this is the case, it must be worn. But what price—what personal sacrifice—will we pay to wear the armor of God?

The Assembling of Ourselves

The Assembling of Ourselves

Given by Clyde Kilough

In an age where, research shows, people are becoming increasingly isolated, the directive in Hebrews 10:25 to not forsake “the assembling of ourselves together” becomes more important than ever. This message examines in depth why this verse, and those surrounding, carries such weighty meaning.