Jonathan Sine • Sermon • • 1,696 views
“Communion, Covenant, and Commitment” Mark 14.22-31 What does your life reflect that you are committed to? Some indicators might be your Outlook Calendar or your financial statements. It has been said that we are a generation that does not understand “commitment.” However, I heard someone else suggest…
Aaron Sturgill • Sermon • • 332 views
Purpose Statement. Last week we were able to consider the fact that the proper observance of the Lord’s Supper promotes unity within the body of Christ, and next week we will look more closely at how the proper observance of the Lord’s Supper protects the church from judgment. This week we will consider…
Understanding Our Faith
Terms & Definition The Ordinance of Communion is known by a few names. Communion which is found in 16 The cup of blessing which we bless, is it not the communion of the blood of Christ? The bread which we break, is it not the communion of the body of Christ? And we will define this a little more later.…
Douglas A. Carr • Sermon • • 158 views
1 Corinthians 11:23-32 IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME Intro: There are only two ordinances which we Baptists practice. The word Ordinance means, “A law, or something prescribed.” In other words, Baptists recognize only two rituals as being prescribed by the Word of God. The first is the ordinance of baptism by…
What is the meaning of Baptism, and what implications does its meaning have on the question of how and to whom it is to be administered?
Rusty Russell • Sermon • • 5 views
It is called many things: Some call it the Eucharist; some call it “mass”; some call it “Holy Communion.” The Bible called it the “Feast of Love.” Others just call it the Lord’s table. Whatever you call it, we would all admit that it may seem a little curious. So as we, on this Palm Sunday, celebrate…
Morning Devotions with Pastor Greg
Hebrews 9:24-28 The one sacrifice of Jesus gives us shelter from the pandemic of sin and death, and provides a safer-at-home dwelling in heaven.
Jacob Hantla • Sermon • • 1 view
Even as Jesus sat in the upper room with his disciples eating what we now call the Lord's Supper which we eat in memory of his sacrifice which took away our sins, in Jerusalem as many as three million Jews had made the pilgrimage to Jerusalem to sacrifice over a quarter of a million lambs (Edersheim,…