What Child is This?
Intro This Christmas Season we have been asking the question, “What Child is This?” We celebrate the birth of Jesus, but why? Sometimes we get so familiar with things, it loses its appeal. It just doesn’t seem so special anymore… Like last year’s Christmas presents. This year, we are trying to look afresh…
Revelation 21:1-8 // It Is Done
It is appropriate, this Easter morning, that we look back and remember what Christ has done for us. But another perspective is important as well, because not only was our salvation paid for in that moment, there is also no doubt Christ was also looking forward to the end of time when His bride, the church,…
John 17: The Prayer of Jesus
Mitch Marlowe • Sermon • • 15 views
Introduction I remember from an early age the fact that when my Dad told me to do something, it needed to be done. In fact, I, perhaps like you, learned it is always in my best interest to do the work he said to do or my life would get very unpleasant. Once I understood that the work that my Dad had…
Jeremy Robinson • Sermon • • 2 views
Misjudging Heaven CS Lewis once said “If I find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world.” He was making the point that each and every one of us desire something more than this world we live in will ever be able to offer…
Bill Sizemore • Sermon • • 1 view
This is a question that is at the heart of every religion. If you are on a search for God, at some point you will have to answer this question. Every major religion in the world has had to answer, "Whom do you say that I am?" This in itself displays the preimenance of Christ because Christianity spends no time defining other religious leaders for there is no comparison between them and the ressurrected Christ Jesus: the Son of the living God.
Colossians: It's All About Jesus
Mitch Marlowe • Sermon • • 1 view
Introduction The comedian Jeff Foxworthy has made millions telling redneck jokes. I am embarrassed at the number of them I know: You might be a redneck if your porch caves in and it kills 5 dogs. You might be a redneck if you mow your yard and find a car. You might be a redneck if your famous last words…
Jeremy Robinson • Sermon • • 0 views
Highway to Hell My very first CD was AC/DC’s High Voltage. I was a big fan, and, guiltily, still enjoy a little Back in Black or Dirty Deeds and a done dirt cheap from time to time. How often do we listen to songs without ever paying attention to the lyrics? In 1979, AC/DC released the album “Highway…