Weekly Sermons

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Grave-robber – NEED: Submission, Edits, Image, Rick

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Header Image: graveyard with an open grave or casket Of all the enemies threatening human beings, death is the worst because it is the last and final enemy.  Graveyards are the final resting places where Dr. Death hangs victory wreaths.  But I know a Super-hero who is Dr. death’s worst nightmare. He is a grave-robber.  […]

What’s the point?

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What is your life’s purpose? What was God thinking when he created you? Does He still call people today, or is that just something that happens only for pastors? Join us as we explore these questions and search for answers through the life and person of Isaiah. Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-8; Isaiah 43:1,2, 7, 10,11; Isaiah 44:6-8 “What’s the […]

Reconciliation – Are You Winning Enough

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  Let’s pretend that you are an athlete on a world class team.  The competition is brutal.  The championship series is on the line.  You are sitting on the bench and the coach puts you in the game to replace a star player.  You make a great play.  The crowd cheers.  Then you blow an […]

Reconciliation – Are You Brave Enough?

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At the start of a New Year, we all tend to start purging unhealthy things from our lives: unhealthy foods; bad habits; clutter; sometimes even toxic people or relationships. But have you ever wondered how reconciliation comes into play in our relationships? When should we reconcile? How do we reconcile? What is God’s plan for […]

Our Father

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Our Father, the familiar beginning of the Lord’s Prayer, has world changing implications. If God is our Father, then who are “we?” If we are the children of God, then what authority has He given us on Earth, and how do we wield that authority? How do we usher in the Kingdom of our Father, […]

When God is Born

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Mary, the mother of Jesus, was living an ordinary life, going about her daily routines, preparing for her marriage that had likely been prearranged. An encounter with God changed all of that. Right in the middle of Mary’s carefully planned life, God sent the angel Gabriel with a greeting and a message. The greeting? “Good morning! You’re […]

Christmas Program 2017

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A Christmas program featuring the Skagit Youth Ensemble, Byron Schurch on guitar, story called “Chinese Haircut,” and an appeal for compassion by Lorraine McCormick. Scripture: Luke 2 “Christmas Program” preached by Pastor John K McGhee on December 16th, 2017 at the Mount Vernon Seventh-day Adventist Church in Mount Vernon, Washington

Do You Know Emmanuel

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Luke reports that our Messiah was given two names by an angel:  Jesus and Emmanuel.  Which name did Mary use while rocking her heavenly baby to sleep?  Why is one of these names English and the other Hebrew.  Which name is mentioned only three times in scripture.  Do the names mean the same thing?  Is […]

The Cure to Anxiety

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Want a life with out worry or without fear? He will provide if you follow the prescription He has prescribed. Its the week of Thanksgiving and there is much to be anxious about in the world today. There was much to be anxious leading up to the first thanksgiving. What do we know about the […]

Jesus Is Alive

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A Jewish seeker once asked a preacher, “why should I believe a bunch of stories about a dead Jew?” The preacher answered, “Jesus Christ is not dead, He is alive.” Was the preacher right? How do you know that Jesus is alive? Listen to members of the Mount Vernon community tell you how they know […]