House Rules: Serve

Sept 18, 2022 Elisha Freeman – In the New Testament, Christians are known by many designations. Christians are called disciples, children of God, and saints among a host of other names. There is one designation that each Christian must be called and must prove with their life and that is designation ‘servant’. This morning with our last house rule, we take a look at Jesus and how He sets the emphasis, example, and expectation that each Christian is to be a servant.

More Than Conquerors Against Sin

Jul 03, 2022 — Elisha Freeman    The book of Romans is considered the cathedral of the Christian faith. If this is the case, then Romans 8 is the sanctuary of the cathedral. It is the Bible chapter of the NT that provides instant comfort, strength, and encouragement. This morning we begin a two month walk through this powerful chapter for timely lessons.

A People of Hope

Aug 22, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — It has a been a tough week. We have seen the heartbreaking images out of Afghanistan and Haiti, here at home our country finds itself with rising Covid cases. Many are angry , frustrated, disillusioned, disappointed, and discouraged. What is the response that we can give in the face of these things and what is the response that we can give to people around us? This morning we will turn to God and His word for our answer.

Father’s Day 2021

Jun 20, 2021 — The Apostle Paul spent roughly two weeks with the Thessalonian church in Acts 17. In that short time he worked hard to share the Gospel and lay a foundation for growth and maturity. To aid him in that, Paul took on the role of a ‘Father’ and treated the Thessalonians as children . This morning we will see three actions, Paul employed to help the Thessalonian Christians in their spiritual journey.

Revelations 4-5

Dec 13, 2020 – Elisha Freeman — Revelation 6-19 are chapters that will communicate to the church in the first century that tough times are coming. However, before all of that happens, Jesus opens a door and invites His church to look up and see God in heaven. This morning we will be reminded of the beauty, value, worth, and hope of heaven.