In our new series, Shock and Awe – the Glory of God, we will be looking at the nature and character of our great God. Only as we come before him with awe and reverent fear will we truly experience the beauty of our relationship with God through the Holy Spirit. This message is an opening warning to all who will listen. …
Guest speaker Mattt Smith shares his passion and the Biblical mandate for reaching the world.
Acts 27:1-44 This chapter of Acts reads like a novel with an unbelievable ending. It is all about the sovereign will of God in the midst of a terrible circumstance. God is in control.
In the final week of our Advent series we want to look at what it means that God resolved to redeem a lost and hopeless world. The birth of Christ is clear testimony that not only has God promised to save us, but He is a God of His word. Are we? What is it that God has resolved and how are…
Joy to the world, a child is born in the city of David and his name is Jesus. The angels announce the birth of the savior and the world is never again the same. NO audio available for this service.
Jesus is the light of the world. His birth brought light into a dark world that is held in the desperate clutches of sin and death. Shine on us, O Lord!
Isaiah 53:1-12 Jesus is the messiah, the one who Isaiah’s prophecy speak of as the man of sorrows. Scripture has a lot to say about being sorrowful and suffering, yet being filled with joy and hope. Advent is a great time to remind ourselves that in the midst of trials and tribulations, it is Jesus who brings us peace, hope and joy.
Psalm 98 This morning we are beginning Advent. We will take a short break from our Acts series and focus on getting prepared to celebrate the birth of our Lord. We begin with Psalm 98, the Psalm that Isaac Watts used as his inspiration for “Joy to the World”. God has revealed his great salvation, let all creation sing for joy!
Acts 26:1-32 Jailed for two years in Caesarea, Paul has his opportunity to share the gospel with corrupt, immoral King Agrippa II. Would we be so bold?
Acts 23:1-11 Paul is on trial before the Jewish Council. As he begins his defense, he says, “I am on trial in respect to the hope and the resurrection of the dead.” It is a massive statement that we can easily miss. What does he mean and how does this apply to our lives? That is the focus of today’s message.