In the final sermon for 2020, Pastor Scott encourages folks to make five decisions every morning. These decisions will help the follower of Christ live a life that brings glory and honor to God.
1. I choose to give Jesus ownership of my life. (Matthew 16:24-27)
2. I choose not to sin (Romans 6:1-11)
3. I choose to be God’s hands and feet (Romans 6:12-14 & Romans 12:1-2)
4. I choose to crucify my flesh (Galatians 5:16-25)
5. I choose to put on the armor of God (Ephesians 6:10-20)
In this Christmas sermon, Pastor Trent looks at what happened when Jesus was born. The angels told the story, the shepherds told the story, Mary told the story, and now it is our turn to tell the story of Jesus' birth. Jesus came to fulfill prophecy, live a perfect life as an example, die the death we deserve, so by believing in Him, we can have eternal life. What a great story!
In the final message from Philippians, Pastor Scott encourages us to be content in all things. Regardless of the ups and downs of life, we can be content because we are followers of Jesus, indwelled by the Holy Spirit, and our needs are perfectly met by God the Father. Contentment must be learned and results in radical generosity.
In this passage, we see ten commands that center around rejoicing always, never worrying, and praying always. We also see two amazing promises regarding God's peace.
There is a difference between standing firm and standing still. In the course of the Christian life, we are encouraged to press on, take hold of, and focus on one thing. We stand firm in the Lord while completing the work He has for us.
In this passage, Pastor Scott explains how we are saved by faith in Christ alone. No amount of good works can earn us salvation. Instead, we need to rest in what Christ has done for us on the cross.
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In this sermon, Ted Olsen talks about the importance of praying instead of worrying.
In today's sermon, Pastor Scott discusses the ordinary examples of Timothy and Epaphroditus. They showed genuine care and genuine devotion as servants of Christ and friends of Paul. We are all ordinary people, but when we demonstrate selfless humility, we are extraordinary in the eyes of the world and the eyes of God. We must be faithful in the little things.
Watch and listen as Pastor Scott jumps back into the book of Philippians and talks about how the radical, joyful obedience to Christ has been exemplified by many others throughout Christian history.
In this sermon, Ted Olsen walks through Psalm 23 and gives the historical setting for this familiar Psalm. He encourages us to make sure we know the Great Shepherd, Jesus Christ.