SERMONS & TEACHING

 
You can stream or download audio from recent lessons below. We pray that you will be blessed as we look into God’s word and how we might apply it to our daily walk.

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September 2018

Grace and Peace

Floyd Kaiser returns to the pulpit this week with a lesson about grace and peace.
 



Bricks

Equipped with a mission, a plan and signs for proof, Moses and Aaron went before Pharaoh with a bold request. Pharaoh quickly denied them and took steps to discourage Israel and those who spoke on God’s behalf. What follows is a display of God’s power over all and His faithfulness to His people.
 
 



Peace

In a world full of people who want to escalate every conflict, Jesus calls on us to be peacemakers. This week we learn where that process begins and that seeking peace is possible because of the power of the Spirit.
 



God Speaks

In the middle of a normal day, God speaks, tells His plan of deliverance and chooses Moses to lead the effort. Moses recognizes that this work needs to be done, but he wants someone else to do it. Moses sounds a lot like us, doesn’t he? God reassures Moses (and us) that we can join His mission because He is able. 
 



Joy

It’s easy to be joyful when things are going well, but how can we find joy in hard times? This fruit of the Spirit is within our grasp, and God shows us the path to find it.
 



God Hears

The book of Genesis closes with one of the children of Israel, Joseph, leading the effort to save Egypt from famine. As the book of Exodus begins, the Israelites find themselves enslaved by the same nation they helped save. Although they may feel as if they have been forgotten, God hears their cries.
 



Love

This week we begin a new series about the fruit of the Spirit. The first fruit named in the list in Galatians 5 is the fruit by which we should be known–love.
 



By Faith

Our “Heroes of Faith” series concludes this week with a survey of Hebrews 11. Each of these significant characters of the Bible is a person just like us, and their faith allows God to work through them in amazing ways. What can God do with your faith?
 



Lost and Found

We close out our Parables series with three parables from Luke that teach how much God cares for the lost and what he looks for in us.
 



August 2018

Onesimus

Onesimus is an unlikely hero, especially since it seems like everyone around him has the power to change his life. He is caught in the middle between Paul who values him as a brother and Philemon who is likely upset with his runaway slave. In his story we see the conflict between cultural norms and the love God calls us to, and we learn that showing that love will encourage others.