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03/18/2018 The Soul-Winner's Task (Matthew 28:18–20, Mark 16:14–20)
Mark, Matthew – Sunday Morning – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
03/11/2018 We Are to be Lights in the World (Philippians 2:14-18)
1 Corinthians, Philippians – Sunday Morning – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
As Christians we are to show the light of Christ in our communities. Pastor Frank speaks from Philippians 2:14-18.
03/04/2018 Responsible to God’s Will (Romans 15:1-21)
Romans – Sunday Morning – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
Salvation brings responsibility. When we accept Christ as our Savior, we also accept Him as Lord and Master.
02/25/2018 What Jesus Would Say to a Confused Christian (Revelation 2:12-17)
Revelation – Sunday Morning – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
Pastor Frank speaks from Revelation 2. We look at the message to the church at Pergamos for guidance to living in a culture that has lost its way.
02/18/2018 Fool, Wise, or Otherwise (1 Corinthians 1:18-25)
1 Corinthians – – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
The gospel is so radically different. It starts at a different source. It follows a different course. It ends at a different conclusion.
02/11/2018 God is Closer Than You Think: When you Feel Like a Nobody, Going Nowhere (Psalm 139)
Psalms – – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
God wants to show you a different picture of your life. He wants to give you a view from the top, to help you see the meaning of your life from His perspective.
02/04/2018 Thoughts for the Lord's Supper (1 Corinthians 11:1-2,18-32)
1 Corinthians – – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
The Lord’s Supper is more than a ritual. It is necessary for obedience. It is necessary for maturity. It is necessary for testimony. It is necessary for growth in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
01/28/2018 Passing Through (2 Corinthians 5:1-9)
2 Corinthians – – Rev. Preston Long Jr.
Pastor Preston speaks from 2 Corinthians 5:1-9. Our lives are temporary and for the Christian we are just passing through to our real homes in God's Kingdom.
01/21/2018 Desperate for His Spirit (Exodus 33)
Exodus, John – – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
What if God did not show up at our church? Would we notice? If we did how would we react? Today Pastor Frank speaks from Exodus 33, right after the golden calf incident. God tells them to go to the Promised Land but that He will not go with them. How would you react?
01/14/2018 Time Out to Cry (Luke 19:37-46)
Luke – – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
Jesus is a man of joy, but Jesus is also a man of sorrows. Jesus was a man of tears. We believe in joy and we believe in fun but as we look what what caused Jesus to weep we should weep with Him as we see the sorrow around us.
01/07/2018 Learning to Think Small (Luke 16: 10 - 12)
Luke – – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
Well, there are some small things that really are very potent and very powerful. Pastor Frank speaks from Luke 16 and we will learn big lessons from small things.
12/31/2017 Short of Where God Wants Us to Be (Genesis 28)
Genesis – – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
The idea that moderate commitment to Christ is acceptable to God is a lie. Consider this: if you are 95% committed to Christ, then you are not committed to Christ at all. Pastor Frank speaks from Genesis 28, are you all in or all out?
12/24/2017 Love That Changed the World (Luke 2:1-20)
Luke – Advent 2017 – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
Every generation tells a story of how the world is upside-down and not how we would expect. Luke 2 provides a similar affront to reality. Pastor Frank speaks from Luke to show how love changed not only the 1st century world, but also our world.
12/10/2017 Peace: Have No Fear (Luke 1:26-38)
Luke – Advent 2017 – Rev. Frank M. Deerey Jr.
Advent is a season of preparing for the favor of God. Just as Mary had a season to wait to see the favor of God physically present in the birth of Jesus, so are we waiting for the favor of God to be fully present at Jesus’ return? We can take three cues from Mary that acknowledge God’s favor and that will help us to respond faithfully. Pastor Frank speaks from Luke 1:26-38 to help people overcome fear and experience peace at hearing the Word of the Lord through the example of Mary.