Sunday, March 27, 2016

Macrh 27, 2016: Easter

This week is Easter. We celebrated the resurrection of the risen Savior this week, and remind you: God is alive, has risen from the grave, and is seated at the right hand of the Father. God will judge us guilty of our sins, unless we are found to have repented of them and turned to Jesus as our Savior, Lord and Master. Then we are set free from sin, the horror of Hell, and await the joy of heaven with Christ ruling over all!

Due to a technical difficulty (a large scratch I didn't catch before I put the CD into the recorder), we only had one service element recorded...our special music. I pray it is a blessing to you, Here it is:

And we hope you have a great week in Christ Jesus!

Sunday, March 20, 2016

March 20, 2016: Anticipation

This being Palm Sunday, Christians around the world celebrate the triumphant arrival of Jesus into Jerusalem. Jewish members of society thought this was their political Messiah, but they were wrong. But Jesus had prophecy to fulfill, and came to save them from their sins. Instead of us having an expectation of what Jesus wants us to do, we should read the Word and see what He wants us to do, and more. Listen to Pastor Hodge's sermon today on what we should do on this Palm Sunday.

We also had special music, as well as Molly's children's sermon. We hope you are blessed by both of these.

You can hear all of these service elements here:

And we hope you have a great week in Christ Jesus!

Sunday, March 13, 2016

March 13, 2016: The second coming of Christ

This week, Pastor Michael Hodge talks about the second coming of Christ and when this will happen (hint: stop saying when it will be, but you'll see signs when it is coming!). Listen to his sermon to understand how we should await the Second Coming.
We had two special music elements today in our service; we hope you enjoy them both.
To listen to all of these. click here:
And we hope you have a great week in Christ Jesus!

Sunday, March 6, 2016

March 6, 2016: Questioning the revealed truth, or did the religious leaders really have to ask those questions?

Today, Pastor Hodge continues in his series on the authority of Jesus. This week, he expounds on Matthew 21:23-27. Here, Jesus is met by the religious leaders at the temple, and is asked two questions. To answer those questions, Jesus forces them to answer a question of his own: by Whose authority do I come, per John the Baptist? This week, we are challenged by Jesus' response, and how we are to respond today.

Listen to Pastor Hodge's sermon here:

And we hope you have a great week in Christ Jesus!