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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June 2019

When God Speaks

God communicates with people many times in scripture through different methods. Each time He speaks, we can learn something about who He is and who He calls us to be.
 



Much Joy

In Acts 8 we find two people who handle notoriety in very different ways. Simon the magician uses the attention his magic brings to let people know how great he is. Philip uses the attention he gets from healing to point people toward Jesus. It’s another opportunity to be the witness that Jesus told His disciples to be.
 



God Is Our Refuge

As we continue learning more this summer about who God is, Buster Sides from Blanchard talks about how God is our refuge.
 



Following Directions

God has directions for Balaam, and it seems that his intention is to ignore those directions. It takes an argument with his donkey to help Balaam see the power of God clearly. If God can use that donkey, how can He use us?
 



Full of Grace and Power

In Acts 7, Stephen begins his defense of Jesus with Abraham. It is a great reminder that the many individual stories in scripture are connected by the story of God.
 



The Capable Church

Christians have created many systems to handle church conflict while forgetting the system God created: the church. The same church that has been able to carry the message of Christ for nearly 2000 years has the capacity to manage its own conflict.
 



Don’t Give Up!

As our nation celebrates fathers this weekend, we look at what the apostles teach us in Acts 5 about being better men of God.
 
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I Am Malchus

I am Malchus. You know me more commonly as the guy who got his ear cut off. Consider my story, where I came from and why my name was ever mentioned in the New Testament. Maybe I learned a lesson or two that can benefit all of us.
 



Testing God

In Acts 5, we find one of the first negative stories in the early church. In a church that is unified and selfless, dishonesty could be a threat that would change all that. God takes that very seriously, and the church learns about the importance of truth.
 



God Is a Consuming Fire

Our annual summer guest speaker series begins this week. The theme for the summer is “God Is…” Each week we will explore something that we can learn from scripture about who God is. Daniel Ingram from Altus, Oklahoma shares this lesson about how our God is a consuming fire.