Sermons on Weekly Sermons (Page 2)

Worship God No Matter the Situation

The debate or conflict between true and false worship is as old as the world itself. Some may even say it is older than that. In Daniel, we see the issue of worship played out in the life of one young man and his three friends. This role-play is expanded to include the whole earth and…

Gotta Get to Jesus

Jesus had compassion on humanity! Over and over again, scripture records that Jesus was moved with compassion and worked on behalf of humanity because of it. People all over the place picked up on that and had to get themselves for others to Jesus. What about you and me? Are we filled with so much…

Who am I?

Do you have an identity crisis? Do you find your identity in work, things, strength, appearance, money, awards? Our true identity is found in Christ.Join us Sabbath to discover who you are, IN Christ. We will work together in groups to explore scripture at discover God’s amazing gift of a complete identity in Him. Scripture:…

Praying for Rain Part 3

Desperate times calls for Focused Prayers.  In part one we talked about Spiritual Drought causing Actual Drought in Israel.  We can learn much from the story of Elijah, the three years of no rain in Israel, and the battle on Mount Carmel.  Most of all we need to learn that we need to restore the…

Praying for Rain Part 2

Desperate times calls for Focused Prayers.  In part one we talked about Spiritual Drought causing Actual Drought in Israel.  We can learn much from the story of Elijah, the three years of no rain in Israel, and the battle on Mount Carmel.  Most of all we need to learn that we need to restore the…

Jesus is My Superhero

Marvel Universe has produced over 30 movies that have brought in over 25 billion dollars at the box office. Why are we so fascinated with superheroes? Is it because they are strong, courageous, have superpowers, and are willing to save the world? Or perhaps becausae they are always selfless and ready to lay down their…

Praying for Rain

In a time of constant violence, uncertainty, crazy inflation, identity politics, it can seem as if the world is in a drought. In all areas of life, especially spiritually. It would appear that the story of Elijah in 1 Kings is an applicable parallel to what is happening now. So the question is… Is it…

How to Overcome Worry

What do you worry about the most? In a recent survey, Americans reported that their top worry was money. When you consider what we are paying for gas and groceries, there is little doubt that worrying about money is a reality. In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus spent a lot of time talking about…