Sermons and More

WHICH WAY

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy reminds us to be in the business of people. That as Christians, the world needs to see Christ in each of us and that people learn not from what we teach but how we live our lives.

Below is prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed. Also included is a video that Pastor Gandy speaks about and shows during the sermon.

PASTORS MESSAGE: WHICH WAY

Texts: Matthew 28:19-20; Acts 2:42-47

I. Assess Where We Are/ I am: Psalm 139:23-24

II. Determine Where We/I Want to Go: John 6:66-69

III. What Route Do We/I Need to Take: Luke 9:23

The next food pantry will be January 26th at 9:30 am. 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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RETHINKING CHURCH

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy brings the church itself to our attention. He talks about the differences and changes that have happened in the world and reminds us that there a lot of people who still need to be saved. Below is prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

Texts: Matthew 16:1-3; Luke 5:36-39

Introduction: The Changing World

I. What the Unchurched Are Saying:

II. Product Versus Presentation:

III. Conclusion: Mark 2:17; Matthew 9:36; Luke 19:10

December’s Food Pantry served 38 families, for a total of 118 people. The next food pantry will be January 26th at 9:30 am. 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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BEHOLD, I MAKE ALL THINGS NEW

This Sunday, Associate Pastor Steve Celinski shares his first sermon of the New Year. He explains rebirth in Christ, goals and asks us to try to be who God wants us to be. Below is prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

Texts: Revelation 21:1-8; ii Corinthians 5:14-21

December’s Food Pantry served 38 families, for a total of 118 people. The next food pantry will be January 26th at 9:30 am. 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.

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The Hope For All Seasons

This Sunday, Associate Pastor Steve Celinski shares with us a message of hope and faith. He shares some if his personal experiences, thoughts and explains the meaning of hope. Below is prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

Texts: Luke 2:11; Titus 2:11-15; Hebrews 11:1-7; Jeremiah 29:11

December’s Food Pantry served 38 families, for a total of 118 people. The next food pantry will be January 26th at 9:30 am. 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.

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MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Then the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid, for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which will be to all people. 11For there is born to you this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord. Luke 2:10-11

TWO KINGS

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy shares a video called Christmas with a Capital C. He also describes the backdrop and situation of the world in the time surrounding Jesus’ birth, as well as some of the similarities we have with the world and people from that time. Below is prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

Texts: Matthew 2:1-18

Introduction: Christmas with a Capital C

I. Herod the Great: Mark 8:36

II. The Troubling Message: Matthew 2:3

III. Even Wise Men Can be foolish: Matthew 2:2, 9-10

IV. You Can’t Have Two Kings: Matthew 2:16-18; John 14:6

V. Two Kings Compared

Conclusion: John 10:10; Matthew 2:4, 16

Just a reminder, Wednesday, December 23rd, there will be no evening service and on December 24th, we will be holding our Christmas Eve light services at 6:30pm.

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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THE JUSTICE OF GOD: SETTLED

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy wraps up his series of sermons on the Justice of God and issues a challenge to everyone. He shares personal experiences almost everyone can relate with and further explains God’s justice and love.

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

Texts: Psalm 103:8-10; Nahum 1:3; II Peter 3:9

Introduction: God’s grace and mercy offered, His justice guaranteed.

I. His Justice Discounted: Luke 13:1-5

II. His Justice Confused: John 16:33; Exodus 33:13-19

III. God’s Justice Settled: Proverbs 1:5, 7

Our monthly Food Pantry will be held on December 22nd from 9:30am until noon in the Fellowship Hall. Please see Meg or Joel Wissmueller if you wish to volunteer. We are currently in need of donations, especially canned fruit, canned vegetables and spaghetti sauce.

On Wednesday, December 23rd, there will be no evening service and on December 24th, we will be holding our Christmas Eve light services at 6:30pm.

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 IN DOUBT

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy talks about God’s blessings and the human nature of envy. Below is a copy of the sermon that you can listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

Due to technical difficulties, our usual audio recording is not available; however, the audio is available in the YouTube video below.

When In Doubt

Text: Psalms 73

Introduction: Psalms 73:1; Matthew 5:44-45; Psalms 73: 2

I. Cause for Doubt: Psalms 73:3-12

II. What’s the Use? Psalms 73:13-16

III. Truth Comes Out: Psalms 73:17

IV. The Truth: God’s Justice: Psalms 73:18-28

We are in the process of our annual collection for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. For every $25 collected and ornament will be added to the tree on stage.

Our monthly Food Pantry will be held on December 22nd from 9:30am until noon in the Fellowship Hall. Please see Meg or Joel Wissmueller if you wish to volunteer. We are currently in need of donations, especially canned fruit, canned vegetables and spaghetti sauce.

On Wednesday, December 23rd, there will be no evening service and on December 24th, we will be holding our Christmas Eve light services at 6:30pm.

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!

The Justice of God – Part 2

This week, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy talks about how God shapes us and the consequence of sin. Below is prerecorded video and audio of this past Sunday’s sermon along with links to the verses that are being discussed.

TEXT: GENESIS 2:17; ROMANS 6:23

I. A Just Death Penalty: Isaiah 29:16; Isaiah 64:8; Jeremiah 18:1-6; Romans 9:17-21

II. The Implication of Sin: Genesis 1:26; Genesis 5:3; Hebrews 2:7; Ephesians 4:21-24, Ephesians 2:10

III. Sin is Cosmic Treason

IV: Why God Hates Sin

V: Sin is NOT Abstract Thought

Our monthly Food Pantry will be held on December 22nd from 9:30am until noon in the Fellowship Hall. Please see Meg or Joel Wissmueller if you wish to volunteer. We are currently in need of donations, especially canned fruit, canned vegetables and spaghetti sauce.

On Wednesday, December 23rd, there will be no evening service and on December 24th, we will be holding our Christmas Eve light services at 6:30pm.

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!