"faith" Tagged Sermons

Daisy-Petal Christianity

He Loves me, He Love me not. Ever feel like your walk with God is like pulling Daisy Petals from the flower hoping and praying that the last petal is… He Loves me? From the Bible we learn that we do not have to depend upon a flower to forecast out faith/love journey with Jesus.…

Paying Greater Attention

Drifting is a nautical term that describes a boat being drawn off course by a current. While piloting a ship, the skipper must take care to compensate for the effects of current by adjusting his course and speed in order to arrive safely at the rendezvous point and avoid being dashed against the rocks along…

Doing the Works of Jesus

We are so glad you are joining us today! Our congregation is currently serving the homeless living in their cars with showers, clothing, food, prayer, minor car services and more. Please enjoy this pre-recorded sermon by Pastor Don Bryan. Jesus stated in John 14:12 Most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me,…

Doing the Works of Jesus

Jesus has called us to LOVE like Him, WALK like Him and WORK like Him. If we truly receive this injunction and surrender to His plan and receive the Holy Spirit, then all the things we read about Jesus doing, are acts of mercy we will be doing. Not for our fame, but as a…

Just a Glimpse

Join us as Aubrey Fautheree and Skagit Adventist Academy students share “Just a Glimpse” into how God has been at work in our lives. “Just a Glimpse” preached by Aubrey Fautheree on November 6th, 2021 at the Mount Vernon Seventh-day Adventist Church in Mount Vernon, Washington

Proclaim

In His home town Jesus announced His mission by reading from the scroll of Isaiah. Here He states that He is anointed to proclaim Good News to the poor and freedom to all the marginalized among us. We also have been called, anointed to take the Gospel or Good News to the least of these. The…

HOPE!

An alarming new trend has developed as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve—mental health hotlines of all kinds are reporting a dramatic spike in calls. A recent article in The Washington Post reported a federal emergency hotline for people in emotional distress registered a more than 1,000 percent increase in April compared with the same time last…