May 09, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — Mother’s Days brings many of fond and warm memories. In our lesson this morning, we take a look at a woman whose names means, ‘Yahweh Glorified’. She is only mentioned by name two times in the Scripture, but her impact and legacy have stood the test of time. This morning, our focus will be on Jochebed, the mother of Moses.”
Apr 25, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — Wouldn’t it be great if that all that was needed for something to become real and make a difference was just to believe? It would be great, but that is not life. Faith or belief alone does not make anything happen. James reminds us that what makes a difference is someone who sees the opportunity to do something and makes the most of the time available to do good for God and for others.
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.
Jul 07, 2019 — Elisha Freeman –
As July starts and we focus on finishing the second half of the year well, we turn our attention back to building an unwavering faith. In light of this theme, we will study Ephesians 6:10-18 for the next several weeks and learn about the Armor of God. This morning our focus will be on the need for the armor of God and our response to the forces of darkness that we struggle against daily.
Jun 16, 2019 – Elisha Freeman —
When does a boy become a man in American culture? Various cultures around the world have certain events in the life of young boy that transitions him from boyhood to manhood. This morning we will sit in on a conversation between David and his son Solomon that gives us an idea of what maturity and adulthood look like.
Jun 09, 2019 – Elisha Freeman –
When it is all said and done, the ultimate reason for participating in any athletic event is to win the event. The same is true for our race of faith. We run to win the race. This morning, the Apostle Paul will remind us that as we run, we run in such a way “to obtain the prize.
May 05, 2019 — Elisha Freeman
The most used metaphor to describe the Christian life is a race. To live a life of faith is to run in a race. Over the next few weeks we are going to focus on the race that God wants us to run. This morning, Jesus is going to remind us that everything depends on choosing the right race.