Scripture: Luke 15:1-3, 11-32 Jesus was accused of sitting with sinners. He tells three stories about loss, one about a lost sheep, a lost coin and a lost son. We explored the story about the prodigal son. This is Jesus’ response to accepting the sinner, to forget ourselves and devote to others. The question is Read more
Speaker: Brent Neely Scripture: Luke 10:30-37 Who is our neighbor? Who am I a neighbor to? These are questions that are asked through the story of the good Samaritan. Brent Neely brings this message and challenges us put aside our own ways and embrace God’s ways.
Scripture: Luke 13:1-9 As Jesus received difficult news of suffering Christians the question was asked of why such things happen. Jesus’ answer was simple, unexplained things will happen, but we are reminded to look into our lives and bear fruit.
Scripture: Phillipians 3:17-4:1 The Apostle Paul writes to the church in Philippi to exhort them to focus on what is right. Asking them to follow his pattern he points into the relationship with Jesus Christ and the choice between the Kingdom of God and the world.
Speaker: Rev. David Cook Scripture: Luke 3:1-20 John the Baptist is an interesting character. However his purpose is more significant than his personal life, he was a messenger to what God was about to do. This sermon explores John’s life as it applies to us.