Mar 08, 2020 – Elisha Freeman – The Book of Proverbs has over 30 references to money, riches, and wealth. Needless to say, an important topic to the writers of the Proverbs is wealth and our approach to it. This morning we will sit at the feet of these authors and gain wisdom so that we can develop into prudent people when it comes to the money God entrusts to us.
Feb 16, 2020 — Elisha Freeman — We desire to be people who live with knowledge, understanding, and wisdom. We know that having these in our possession makes life easier and helps us to be better spouses, parents, and people. How are these attained? What does it mean to live according to the way of wisdom? This morning we start our series on Wisdom that will help us to become prudent people.
Feb 09, 2020 — Elisha Freeman — What does love mean? This question was posed by several professionals to gain insight and perspective. How would you answer this question? Where would you point someone as the basis for your answer? This morning Jesus reminds us that love means loving God and loving our neighbor through words and actions.
Jan 26, 2020 – Elisha Freeman — The nation of Israel has been set free by Pharaoh. God has taken charge to lead His people out of slavery into freedom. In an unusual twist to the narrative, God brings Israel to the wilderness that extends towards the Red Sea. Here, Israel will learn valuable lessons, that if applied, will strengthen their faith. The same can be said for us. This morning we will join Israel and learn in the wilderness.
Jan 19, 2020 — Elisha Freeman — Our focus for the month of January has been on the things the Bible tells us is most important. As we bring this series to a close we turn our attention to answering the following question ‘As a Christian what is my #1 goal?’ The answer to this question impacts my present and my future. May this morning motivate us to live intentionally for an eternity with God.
Jan 12, 2020 – Elisha Freeman — Jimmy Houston is credited with saying ‘Every choice we make in lief has the possibility of changing our lives forever.’ Many of us have made spiritual resolutions for the New Year that we hope bring us closer to God and deepen our relationship with Him. What if I were to tell you that all of this depends on a choice you can make today? This morning one of the great the leaders of the OT will challenge us to make a decision that will impact our life from this day forward.