Sermons from December 2016

For God So Loved the World He Gave a Savior

The entire imagery of a Savior can be summed up in an Old Testament scripture that says… “…for the young man found the young woman out in the country, and though the betrothed woman screamed, there was no one to rescue her.”  (Deuteronomy 22:27) The shepherds and the wise men in the Christmas story had a much richer imagery of what a savior meant than we do.  Join us as Pastor Les digs into the story and connects the Good…

A Challenge to Worship

Grab something to eat and drink, possibly on your lunch break or while having a snack, and be challenged to worship.  

For God So Loved the World He Gave a Son

We know that Jesus is King, Lord, sacrificial lamb, scape goat, and the Bread of Life but why did God send a Son to be these things?  Jesus was not sent as a loaf of bread or as a lamb but as a Son.  There are a few reasons why Jesus being a Son is so crucial. Being a Son is the Imagery that has lasted for over 2,000 years.  Sacrificial lamb and scape goat can be taught but most…

Without Jesus You Cannot Make Anything Beautiful

Ms. Anita makes our children’s church beautiful because she has Jesus in her heart and flowing thru her hands.  Listen in as she illustrates by mixing up a cake without a recipe and without the right ingredients. By the way, no children were hurt by eating the cake in the presentation of this message!

Worship without Songs

Grab something to write with and join us for a time of worship where we have no songs, only a piano player and a person reading, sharing and directing our thoughts to the Lord.

For God So Loved the World He Gave a Seed

If God had planted a tree, lets say sent down a full grown Jesus, then Jesus would not have been fully man.  He would not have been the excellent high priest that He is.  Without knowing the pain of depression, doubt, and fear—without experiencing man’s anger and being tempted in all ways to manipulate and misuse His fellow humans, Jesus would not be as effective a high priest as He is today for you and me.  A seed represents the…