Sermons and More

WHY I BELIEVE

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy shares his Easter message. Not only does he talk to us about Jesus’s death and resurrection, but he also discusses our accountability, the acceptance of the Bible around the world and historical accounts of Jesus’s crucifixion, as well as the sequence of events afterwards.

Below you can find prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

Unfortunately, our sound cuts out towards the end on the audio only version; however, it is available in the video and is captioned in text below the audio file. The video also includes a Communion message that is not available in the audio version.


The ending of 4.4.21’s sermon
“These are witnesses to the death and burial of Jesus Christ. I want to tell you, I don’t know anybody that will die for a lie. I’ll die for the truth, but I’m not going to die for a lie. This little handful of men (the list of the early martyrs he just spoke of) who knew, loved and followed Jesus Christ; they saw Him through His ministry, they Heard His witness, they saw Him die and they saw Him risen. They were willing to go into all the world and die for that Gospel message, to die for that man, Jesus Christ. What are you willing to do for Jesus? All Christ asks us to do right now is ‘Live for Me’. Live for Him who died for us.

Tell the truth. Be a man or woman of integrity, honor. Live a life that is an example. I’m tired of a world that says do what I say not what I do. You want your kids to do the right thing as a parent? Do the right thing. Don’t tell them what to do, show them how to do it.”


Texts: Psalms 22:1, 14-18; Matthew 28:1-10

I. I Believe the Bible: John 5:39; II Timothy 3:16-1

II. The Witnesses of His Death.

III. The Witnesses of His Resurrection: I Corinthians 15:6

IV. The Sacrifices Made

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CRITICAL ENTRIES

The audio only version of this past Sunday’s sermon is not available this week; however, you can still find the sermon on video with audio below. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Texts: Mark 11:7-11; Luke 19:41-46

I. Jerusalem: Mark 11:7-11; Luke 19:41-44

II. Second Coming: II Peter 3:10-13; Matthew 25:31-32

III. The Most Important Entry: Revelation 3:20; Revelation 21:5-6

Food Pantry – 9:30 to noon on the fourth Tuesday of each month.  Volunteers always welcome (see Synette Busch or Meg and Joel Wissmueller). Donations of food and funds appreciated.  This month’s request is for Canned Fruit and Jelly.

Easter Outreach – We will be handing out Easter Egg Hunt kits to people in our community on April 3rd from 10am until noon (or while supplies last).  We will need a number of volunteers to make this outreach a success.  Please see Pastor Steve to serve in this mission project.

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DO WHAT YOU CAN

The audio only version of this past Sunday’s sermon is not available this week; however, you can still find the sermon on video with audio below. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Text: Mark 14:3-9

I. The Characters: Mark 14:3; John 12:1-4

II. The Text:

1. Mark 14:3: Selfless

2. Mark 14:4-5: Critics

3. Mark 14:6: A good thing.

4. Mark 14:7: Seized opportunity.

5. Mark 14:8: Did what she could.

6. Mark 14:9 The reward.

III. Conclusion: I Timothy 6:17-19

Food Pantry – 9:30 to noon on the fourth Tuesday of each month.  Volunteers always welcome (see Synette Busch or Meg and Joel Wissmueller). Donations of food and funds appreciated.  This month’s request is for Canned Fruit and Jelly.

Our Easter Outreach we will be handing out Easter Egg Hunt kits to people in our community.  We will need a number of volunteers to make this outreach a success.  Please see Pastor Steve to serve in this mission project.

Audio/Visual assistance – do you have any skills with computers, iPads, soundboards?  We need some volunteers to help us out on Sunday mornings.  Contact Pam Lain at the office, M-F 9am to 1 pm 3526832863.

We do ask that you follow CDC guidelines when visiting for the health and safety of everyone.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

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GETTING UP WHEN FEELING DOWN

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy talks about how sin pulls us down. He explains the common reasons behind feeling down and reminds us to that we still need to love the Lord, no matter what the world throws at us. Pastor Gandy shares with us the 4 steps for UP thinking, which are detailed below along with corresponding scripture.

Below you can find prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

Texts: Habakkuk 1:1-4; 3:17-19

I. The Road Down: Habakkuk 1:1-4

A. World View

B. Self View

C. Future View

II.The Road Up:

A. Habakkuk 3:17-19; Daniel 3:14-18

B. 4 Steps to UP Thinking

1. Trust God: II Timothy 1:12

2. I Represent Jesus: II Corinthians 5:20

3. My Self Worth: Romans 5:6-8

4. My Future: Philippians 4:13; Jeremiah 29:11; I Peter 1:3-5; John 14:3

Conclusion: My View of the World

Food Pantry – 9:30 to noon on the fourth Tuesday of each month.  Volunteers always welcome (see Synette Busch or Meg and Joel Wissmueller). Donations of food and funds appreciated.  This month’s request is for Canned Fruit and Jelly.

Easter Outreach – We will be handing out Easter Egg Hunt kits to people in our community.  We will need a number of volunteers to make this outreach a success.  Please see Pastor Steve to serve in this mission project.

Audio/Visual assistance – do you have any skills with computers, iPads, soundboards?  We need some volunteers to help us out on Sunday mornings.  Contact Pam Lain at the office, M-F 9am to 1 pm 3526832863.

We do ask that you follow CDC guidelines when visiting for the health and safety of everyone.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

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SIGHT WITHOUT VISION

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy talks about seeing ourselves clearly and seeing the vision that God has for us. He reminds us that the Lord looks at our heart and goes over the sequence of Jesus healing Bartimaeus, a man who had been blind his entire life.

Below is prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

Text: Revelation 3:15-20; Mark 10:46-52

Introduction: Helen Keller

I. Sight Without Vision:

A. Two Sets of Eyes: I Corinthians 2:14; II Corinthians 4:3-4

B. Different Directions: I Samuel 16:7

II. Wealthy But Poor

III. Hopeless But Helped

Conclusion: What Do You Want Most?

The next Food Pantry will be March 23 at 9:30 am to noon. Please see Synette Busch or Meg and Joel Wissmueller if you would like to be involved in this ministry. February’s Food Pantry served 37 families, 98 people.

We do ask that you follow CDC guidelines when visiting for the health and safety of everyone.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

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WHEN GOD GETS ANGRY

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy talks to us about the behavior of people, the importance of doing what God wants us to do and that sometimes we have to face the consequences when we don’t. He also reminds us that the world doesn’t owe us anything but that we do owe everything to God.

Below is prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

TEXT: Jeremiah 2;13; Jeremiah 11:10-12

I. His Word Doesn’t Change

II. God’s Will, Will Be Done

III. God’s Love Doesn’t Change

The next Food Pantry will be March 23 at 9:30 am to noon. Please see Synette Busch or Meg and Joel Wissmueller if you would like to be involved in this ministry. February’s Food Pantry served 37 families, 98 people.

We do ask that you follow CDC guidelines when visiting for the health and safety of everyone.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

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Leave Us Alone

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy speaks to us about attending church and setting examples. He explains that God wants to change our lives. He wants to destroy the things in us that tear us down, break our heart and hurt us. We are reminded that God wants us to be victorious and not live with guilt and shame; that Jesus came to destroy the power of satan in our lives.

Below is prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

Text: Luke 4:31- 37

I. Where They Were: Luke 4:31-33

II. What He Knew: Luke 4:34

III. Knowledge Doesn’t Save: Luke 4:34

IV. Only Jesus Can Deliver: Luke 4:35-37

We do ask that you follow CDC guidelines when visiting for the health and safety of everyone.

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I LED TWO LIVES

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy discusses the accumulation of material things and explains that our value is not found in what we put on our body but who lives inside our body. He talks about taking care of each day one at a time and getting past the past. He also reminds us that today is the day you have to let the past go and trust the future to God. And, that you can’t let the past eat you up because satan wants you to be in turmoil and stress. He wants you to be divided.

Below is prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

Text: James 4:13-17

I. The World’s Call: James 4:13; Romans 8:5-8

II. Reality Check: James 4:14

III. The Other Life: James 4:15; Romans 8:9-11

IV. Self-Justification: James 4:16

V. The Bottom Line: James 4:17

Conclusion: Romans 7:18-25

The next food pantry will be February 23rd from 930am until noon. If you are interested in joining this ministry please see Synette Busch or Joel and Meg Wissmueller.

We do ask that you follow CDC guidelines when visiting for the health and safety of everyone.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

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FOOLISHNESS OF THE CROSS

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy talks to us about broken hearts, broken people and a broken world. He discusses man’s nature and how it takes redemption through Jesus Christ to fix what’s broken.

Below is prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

Text: i Corinthians 1:18-25

I. The Pardon of the Cross: Romans 3:10, 21; Romans 6:23; Isaiah 55:7

II. The Peace of the Cross: Ephesians 6:12; Colossians 1:19-22

III. The Power of the Cross

On February 14th, there will be a bake sale after worship service. Proceeds go to Benevolence Fund. Please see Meg Wissmueller for additional information.

The next food pantry will be February 23rd from 930am until noon. If you are interested in joining this ministry please see Synette Busch or Joel and Meg Wissmueller.

We do ask that you follow CDC guidelines when visiting for the health and safety of everyone.

If you need to speak with someone from the Church, please feel free to use our contact page or call us at 3526832863.

Be sure to follow us here and on facebook and twitter. Like, share and repost to help us grow.

We do have a new facebook page so be sure to head over there to like us as well!