Sermon Videos

We have started doing free videos! We have no prior experience and are working with the most economical equipment we can at the moment. This has been a learning experience and you will find the first few weeks of video to be a bit rough, (a couple of them very rough) but praise be to God we are improving!

Please browse through to see where the Holy Spirit will lead you!

Sunday
Jul202014

Love in the Life of a Christian

Guest speaker Peggy Sue Nix discusses the role love plays in the life of a Christian. Does your relationship with Jesus feel weak? Have you let fear quell your love for the Lord? Peggy challenges us all to a closer relationship with the Lord.

Sunday
Jul202014

Resurrection Sunday

Pastor JoAnn shares evidence in the Bible of the incredible importance of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ: how the event affects the world; its necessity in Christianity; and why there is no debate on its significance.

Sunday
Jul132014

Focusing on God’s Word: The Blood

Pastor JoAnn doesn’t hope to share her opinion on the Bible, but rather she wants to use her gifts to share the truth of the Scriptures to the world.

“The Word of God brings hope. The Word of God brings the faith, the Word of God brings the life, the Word of God brings the truth. Oh, we need the word of God.”

Starting in Ephesians 2, JoAnn shares the truth of the power of the blood of Jesus.

Sunday
Jul132014

Palm Sunday and the Passover

Pastor JoAnn explains the history of the practice of the Passover supper and the prophecy of the Messiah found within it.

Sunday
Jul132014

Being Reconciled in Christ

Beginning his study from Colossians 1, Mike shares in this message the power of reconciliation with Christ.

“This morning I’m going to talk about being reconciled in Christ. Often when we talk about that subject, we talk in the context of sharing with the lost about being reconciled in Christ—and that’s a great message, and an appropriate message, and very effective at sharing Christ with the lost; to know that they can be reconciled—but often I think we as believers forget or don’t understand what it really means to be reconciled, and who we are in Christ because of that reconciliation.”