We Agree on One Baptism

Nov 06, 2022 — Elisha Freeman    As we continue our series entitled ‘We agree’, we come to the subject of baptism. A subject that comes with many questions and some confusion. What is baptism? Why is it important? What does it accomplish? Is baptism worth giving time and attention? This morning we will seek out the answers to these questions as we focus on the ‘One baptism’ of the New Testament.

House Rules: Welcome One Another

Sep 11, 2022 — Elisha Freeman  The Lord is adding to our family and for that we are thankful. God’s plan for the local church is to be in unity with one another but not to be in uniformity. How do we approach one another to ensure that no matter what we see or experience, everyone knows their welcome in God’s house? This is our question to explore and allow the Bible to answer in our quest to become God’s house that builds each other up.

House Rules: Love One Another

Aug 21, 2022  Elisha Freeman  This morning we are starting a series of lessons entitle ‘House Rules’. God has been adding to our number in a variety of ways: baptisms, babies being born, new members from those moving into the area, and new members from those seeking and finding a church home. With this growth comes the need for us to stretch and accommodate. To that end, what do we, as a church, live by to ensure that the purpose of the church is met? This morning our first house rule is: Love.

First Things First Choose Whom You Will Serve

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.

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross—The Weight of Sin

Apr 07, 2019 – Elisha Freeman

All of us came this morning seeking something to help us with a need. A need to contend with worry, a need to have a better marriage, a need for a stronger faith. While most of our needs vary person-to-person, there is one need that we share. It is a need that shows no distinction, it is a need that does not care who we are, where we have come from, or where we are going. This morning God is going to use His word to remind of us our need to deal with sin and to encourage us to seek out His forgiveness.