Barry Webb begins our Fall Revival Meetings with a Sunday School lesson from Mark 4, in which he describes the four types of soil and compares them to our hearts. He challenges us to have hearts that accept, trust, and obey God’s Word in order to bear fruit for God’s glory.
Pastor Hager proceeds with his Sunday Morning series from Luke 5 on believing God. He encourages believers to trust God even in seemingly impossible situations. Stepping out in obedience when obedience seems impossible will always bring about God’s overwhelming peace and blessing.
Pastor Hager preaches from various passages starting in Ephesians 6. He focuses on the different relationships of a Godly Mother, He shows us how important our relationship with God is, and how our relationship with God will effect our friends and family. He then leaves us with the challenge to live and teach a biblical […]
Missionary Dalton Heath preaches in our annual Missions Conference, dealing with the tragic consequences of the “American Dream” among Christians today. He challenges us to get back to our surrender and commitment to Christ, instead of being distracted by our own temporal success and ultimate uselessness for the cause of Christ.
Pastor Pardee lays out the truth of living God’s plan for our lives from James 4:17. He challenges us to accept who we are in Christ, to respond in obedience to the Holy Spirit and the God’s Word, and then to allow God to accomplish His will through good works, good conversation, and a good […]
Pastor Hager concludes a two-part message from 2 Chronicles regarding the worshiping God in the Beauty of Holiness. He describes Josiah’s relationship with God, his determination to do right, and his encouragement of others to follow God’s commands. He then challenges the believer to follow the same example and trust God to do mighty works!
Pastor Hager preaches regarding the right path to take from Proverbs 14 and 16. He points out that the way that seems right to man is very often directly opposed to God’s leadership and that our responsibility is to choose what is right over what is popular in today’s culture.
Pastor Hager preaches from various passages in a message on the thought-life. He shows examples of right thinking and wrong thinking and encourages us to follow the instruction of Philippians 4:8 in our thought-life. He also challenges us to commit our works to the Lord, so that our thoughts will be established.
Pastor Hager resumes his series on “Motivation for Ministry”, pointing out that another motivation should be based on the fact that the Lord, as our Shepherd, gave His life for us, and how He leads us, protects us, and provides for our needs. He challenges us to let that motivate us to follow Him as the sheep […]