Mar 4, 2018
Beyond The Cross – Rev. Larry Trotter
Scripture: Luke 24: 13-35
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  • Mar 4, 2018Beyond The Cross – Rev. Larry Trotter
    Mar 4, 2018
    Beyond The Cross – Rev. Larry Trotter
    Scripture: Luke 24: 13-35
  • Jan 7, 2018Beyond Isolation – Rev. Chris Luper
    Jan 7, 2018
    Beyond Isolation – Rev. Chris Luper
    Scripture: John 4:1-42
  • Dec 31, 2017Raising Jesus – Rev. Larry Trotter
    Dec 31, 2017
    Raising Jesus – Rev. Larry Trotter
    Scripture: Luke 2:39-40
  • Dec 17, 2017The Shepherds: Beyond Expectations – Rev. Wil Cantrell
    Dec 17, 2017
    The Shepherds: Beyond Expectations – Rev. Wil Cantrell
    Scripture: Luke 2:8-20
  • Nov 12, 2017Beyond Sorry – Rev. Larry Trotter
    Nov 12, 2017
    Beyond Sorry – Rev. Larry Trotter
    Matthew 5:21-24
  • Oct 1, 2017Beyond My Shame – Rev. Larry Trotter
    Oct 1, 2017
    Beyond My Shame – Rev. Larry Trotter
     
  • Sep 17, 2017Beyond Belief – Rev. Wil Cantrell
    Sep 17, 2017
    Beyond Belief – Rev. Wil Cantrell

    Main Idea: The time to move from believing in Jesus to following Jesus is now.

    Topic: Matthew was a hated tax collector.  Jesus called him to become a disciple while Matthew was still sitting at his tax booth. Matthew immediately got up and followed him. Many times we wait until we get our act to together to try to follow Jesus and become involved in church.  This is backwards. If we have any hope of moving beyond just believing in Jesus to following him, we have to start following while our lives are still messed up in order to experience the transformation Jesus desires to bring.    

  • Jun 25, 2017The Spirit Of Holiness – Rev. Glenna Manning
    Jun 25, 2017
    The Spirit Of Holiness – Rev. Glenna Manning
    Scripture: Acts 10:9-23a
    There is a direct correlation between the holiness of the Holy Spirit and the holiness that characterizes those who make up the church. Paul assumed that through baptism a new people had been called into existence to be for the world what Jesus was and continues to be---the manifestation of the reality of God’s love. Peter does the work of faith before the Spirit, He prayed (discipline), he deliberated (was puzzled), and he discerned the direction from the Spirit (he went). Prayer is the crucial practice through which we are drawn into the life of the Trinity. Since we don’t know how to pray, the Spirit “intercedes with sighs to deep for words” (Romans 8:26). To be made holy is not to be morally better than anyone we know; to be holy is to be made part of a community in which our lives depend on those we know and who know us. To be made holy is to be held accountable and to hold others accountable, to be loved and to love as we have been loved by Christ, the one who would have us love one another even if such loves invites the hatred of the world. However to do so, we MUST be dependent upon the Holy Spirit! We are given gifts so that we might pour out the fruits of the Spirit upon all others. The body of Jesus is the dwelling place of God; Jesus is the new temple. But as Jesus and the Father come to dwell in us, WE become the temple of God, the place where God lives. We as church—that is the assembly of believers—but also we as individuals become a habitation for the Spirit. 
  • May 7, 2017Standing On The Shoulders Of Timothy – Rev. Wil Cantrell
    May 7, 2017
    Standing On The Shoulders Of Timothy – Rev. Wil Cantrell
    Scripture: 2 Timothy 1:3-14
    Timothy learned the Christian faith from his mother and grandmother. Paul instructed him to “not be ashamed of the Gospel” but rather to “guard the good treasure” entrusted to him. We all have people who have helped us receive the “good treasure” of faith. We carry on their legacy as we guard our faith from all that threatens it and live unashamed of the Gospel.
  • Apr 23, 2017Standing On The Shoulders Of The Samaritan Woman – Rev. Larry Trotter
    Apr 23, 2017
    Standing On The Shoulders Of The Samaritan Woman – Rev. Larry Trotter
    Scripture: John 4:7-29,39-42
    The Samaritan woman found self-worth, purpose, and joy in Jesus’ acceptance of her and respect for her. She responded by leading many people to faith. Like the Samaritan woman, the value of our lives can be found not in our successes or failures, but in Jesus’ love for us. Like her, we are called to share our joy with the world.