December 23 2020
Sermon Date: December 24, 2020
Keys unlock things so that what is needed to perform or function is released. God provided a hope chest of promise throughout the Old Testament. That hope chest was opened in the New Testament Christmas story of the birth of our Saviour.
As you a child of God have the gospel key may you use it to unlock the treasure of Jesus into another person’s life.
December 19 2020
Sermon Date: December 20, 2020
God did something new in Mary and Joseph’s life with the announcement of the virgin birth of Jesus — Savior! God continues doing new gospel things in our lives everyday and provides opportunities to give a new gospel hope to others.
(See Luke 1:28-35, 38; Matthew 1:21-23; John 3:16-19; Psalm 63:1-8)
December 12 2020
Sermon Date: December 13, 2020
Receiving the Gospel of Christ and dressing in His love we then can enter the lives of others who are afraid, anxious, angry and feel despair. This gift of God is for all. May we pass it on.
December 5 2020
Sermon Date: December 6, 2020
The sermon is based upon Hebrews 4:12-16
This season of life we are experiencing is daunting, devastating and deadly. But in all this we have the Gospel of Jesus who brings comfort, peace, hope and love for all and the big picture of everlasting life with Jesus. May we be about the business of sharing with one another as the day of the second coming is promised.
Additional Bible passages to have on hand:
November 28 2020
Sermon Date: November 29, 2020
Being a cracked-pot for God, the Master Potter who sees value in what His hands can make or repair for the times we live in. I refer to a Japanese art work of taking broken pottery and making something new and useful from the pieces. It’s called “Kintsugi” which you may google or check on Youtube for visual description.
November 21 2020
Sermon Date: November 22, 2020
The Message is based upon Psalm 95:1-7. Read and see the invitations to “come”. The action words “let us sing”, “let us shout”, “extol Him”. May we find our joy in singing the gospel through our actions to others that they may too find peace in the Lord during these troubled days.
November 14 2020
Sermon Date: November 15, 2020
The world is experiencing frontline fatigue because of Covid-19. Even people who don’t have the infection are fatigued by the constant demands to stay safe. We have no normal life right now. But God brings the gospel of peace through His Word; the life of an ever-living Saviour who gifts us an overcoming faith. Our daily immersion in His Word to pray, praise and give thanks equip us to meet the daily challenges.
November 7 2020
Sermon Date: November 8, 2020
Matthew 25:1-13 tells of wise and foolish people that are preparing or not to be the eternal bride of Christ. The invitations to the wedding feast in heaven continue to go out through you. Let us continue to be His children and betrothed while there is still time.
October 31 2020
Sermon Date: November 1, 2020
On All Saints Day we remember those family members and friends who have passed into glory. Their works of service to Jesus are complete and their rest is forever. They modeled Jesus in their life as do we that we may share a new hope with those around us.
The world’s people model many others such as athletes, rock stars, hollywood actors and actresses and the like.
What kind of person do you want to be? A Jesus kind of person or an worldly kind of person?