Apr 11, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — the Bible emphasizes the importance of faith in the life of a Christian in Hebrews 11:6. However, faith is not designed to be stagnant. Faith is to grow and it is to act. In the first lesson of our new sermon series, we turn our attention to the book of James and are challenged to by him to move our faith from a place of stationary to a place of action.
Mar 21, 2021 == Elisha Freeman — We continue our sermon series entitled ‘The Power of Oneness’. The main focus being on unity in the Church. This morning we turn our attention to a very challenging and familiar passage. A passage that emphasizes the need for humility to be embraced by all members of the church. If we can/will embrace humility, unity in the church can prevail and the mission of the church can be accomplished.
Mar 14, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — God creates unity in the local church through Jesus. Once unity is created, it becomes the responsibility of the members to maintain that unity. In the final chapters of the Roman letter, the Apostle Paul teaches how we can maintain this unity. We do so with the transformation of our mind and our commitment to love.
Jan 31, 2921 — Elisha Freeman — In this last lesson of our Book of Revelation series, God provides the Apostle John with a vision of heaven that provides encouragement to stay on the path of faithfulness in the face of adversity. At the end, everyone reading is offered an invitation to come and participate with God in victory.
Jan 10, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — We resume our sermon series through the Book of Revelation with this letter. It is easy to get caught up with images and symbols of the letter and miss the overall points. In this lesson we are going to examine the source of war, pestilence, famine, death, and have two vital questions asked: 1) How long will God allow these to go on? 2) When the end comes who can stand before God?
Sept 27, 2020 — Elisha Freeman — The truth is indisputable. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is (Winston Churchill). Ours is an age of skepticism and the contributing factor has been our treatment of truth. This morning we are going to be reminded of who is truth and where we can find it.