Sermons

The Fear of God: What You Need to Know

The Fear of God: What You Need to Know

Given by David Johnson

Scripture repeatedly tells us we are to fear God, but what does that mean? How can we fear God and love God at the same time? And how would the proper fear of God affect the way we live? Finally, why does God instruct us to fear Him for our good?

Watch and Pray Always

Watch and Pray Always

Given by Jim Franks

With 50 countries holding elections in 2024, this promises to be a remarkable year on the geopolitical landscape. Almost 40 percent of the world’s population could vote for new leadership. Christ tells us that we should watch and pray. That admonition is important for us today.

Why God Chose to Call You

Why God Chose to Call You

Given by Britton Taylor

This sermon answers the following question: “Who is it that God has called and to what purpose?”

The Fullness of the Time

The Fullness of the Time

Given by David Johnson

This is a time of the year when we are naturally drawn to prophecy. Instead of looking at specific prophetic events, let’s back up and see prophecy from a different perspective. God reveals Himself through prophecies, and this can give us confidence when others may fail to see God’s hand.

Bring the Children to Christ

Bring the Children to Christ

Given by Britton Taylor

This sermon underscores the need for the Church, and for us as individual members, to help children build trust in God.

I Know the Plans I Have for You

I Know the Plans I Have for You

Given by Clyde Kilough

We humans are continually making plans, big and small, good and evil. But unknown to nearly everyone in the world, God is making His plans too. Knowing His plans changes our lives in many critically important ways.

God’s World View

God’s World View

Given by Doug Horchak

Many people recognize we are living through very uncertain times. As members, our view of the world we live in is formed by what we know, what we read and what we experience. But how does God view the world and the times we are going through? His view is the only one that gives truth, reality and hope!

What Does the Bible Say About Depression?

What Does the Bible Say About Depression?

Given by Ralph Levy

Depressed? Us? Surely not. We’re Christians, and such people don’t suffer depression. The truth is, depression impacts most people, including true Christians. What does the Bible have to say on this sensitive subject? And what may we do to escape “the blues” when they have us in their grip? This sermon explores the question of what the Bible has to say about depression.

Not Yet

Not Yet

Given by Ralph Levy

The Church has been criticized for its prophetic message, which at times has prematurely set dates of prophesied end-time events. Yet many of those events are now coming to pass. Perhaps later than we might have anticipated, but they are coming to pass.