Unwavering Faith: Seeking God

Feb. 17, 2019 – Elisha Freeman

As the Hebrew writer makes the case for faith in Hebrews 11, a paramount verse is found in Hebrews 11:6. Here we are told that faith requires a belief in God’s existence and a knowledge of a certain characteristic. This morning we are going to be reminded that our faith is established in the existence of God and that He desires a relationship with us!

Words

Jan 27, 2019 — Hal Whisnant

the power of words can move you to tears, evoke absolute joy or lead you in action.
there are words of encouragement, of sympathy, of LOVE & admiration. the right words can give you Strength, define
your faith, give flight to things that live in your imagination. Words will inspire you, cut you, bring you back to life.
They will comfort you in your time of need.words will nourish your soul.

 

ReThinking Leadership—What Our Leaders Need

Jan 06, 2916 — Elisha Freeman

Raleigh Church of Christ has been blessed by God with men who have heard the call of the Bible and accepted roles as Elders and Deacons. As our Elders install six new deacons this morning, we must ask a question: “What do our church leaders needGod, Jesus, Holy Spirit, Elders, Deacons, Leaders, Leadership, Servants, Grace, Peace, Prayer, Thanks, Partnership, Gospel, Growth from us as members?” Our answer will come from the Apostle Paul in the opening verses of his Philippians letter

Salt & Light Living-Influence

December 23, 2018 – Elisha Freeman.

Lloyd John Ogilvie once said, ‘The thing we fear most is having lived our lives pleasantly, but to have made no measurable difference whatever.” Jesus tells us that we are the salt of the earth and the light of the world and if these two truth could be summed up in one word it would this: Influence. This morning we are going to learn the power of influence and that if 2019 is going to be different it is because we use our influence for good.

Pursuing the King — Where is the King?

Dec 16, 2018 – Elisha Freeman.

The Birth narratives of Jesus are challenges for two main reasons. On one hand, the birth of Jesus challenges the darkness that surrounds us and His light overcomes the darkness. On the other hand, the birth of Jesus as King challenges the king who sits on the throne of my heart which is self. This morning Matthew 2:1-12 reminds us that Jesus is King and desires to rule in our life in every capacity.