Category: Sermons

To Tell The Truth

It’s not just a game show, it’s life. Sometimes people say that someone or something will be the death of them. Was it the money or the lie that became the death of Ananias and Saphira?

Come Alive

When all that's left of a body is the bare bones, one would think that there's no way that it can come back to life, and yet if God says, "Live!" then they will come to life. We gather together to celebrate the new life we have in Jesus and the life-giving breath of the Holy Spirit.

Surprise Escape

What does it mean to be free? In our reading from Acts for this week, different people are set free in different ways. How are we bound and set free?

“Despite Who We Are”

By Tim Thorpe, MBA, Associate Professor of Business, Sterling College Read I Corinthians 1:26-31 here Listen here: I would like to share with you this morning, a list of people from the Bible and a brief description about each of them: David- adulterer and murderer Jacob- liar and a cheat Elijah- moody, possibly depressed/suicidal Gideon- insecure, kept questioning God ...

But The Mothers Are Brave

By Christian Dashiell Read Exodus 2:1-8 & Mark 7:24-30 here. Listen here: * * * Christian is described on Twitter @dashthetweeter as "Writer. I try to make people think &/or laugh. Social Justice Warrior & Star Wars Nerd are compliments. I Watch sports & listen to HipHop & smoke meat." Christian podcasts here (Imperfect Dads)  

Surprise Frenemies

God often puts people in our lives that we wouldn't have chosen as friends. Ananias and Saul were natural enemies, but we see in Acts 9 that God had unexpected plans for them.

Surprise Switcheroo

On Easter Sunday, we celebrated the biggest surprise the world has ever known, the empty tomb. Now we are surprised to see Peter, the one who denied that he even knew Jesus (Luke 22:54-62), boldly telling the story of the resurrection. Have you ever surprised yourself by acting in faith instead of fear?