Feb 18, 2024 Elisha Freeman — Our passage of Scripture this morning contains one of the more memorable statements made by Jesus concerning life. Jesus came to give abundant life to all who would submit their lives to Him. How is this abundant life accessed? This morning Jesus, in his third ‘I am’ statement, will answer this for us.
Dec 25, 2022 — Elisha Freeman Today, millions around the country and the world woke up to presents under the tree. The New Testament writers refer to Jesus and his arrival on earth a “gift” from God. This morning we will take a look at three gifts only Jesus can offer and fulfilled and should we accept them, our lives will be transformed for the better.
Nov 20, 2022 — Elisha Freeman Feeling grateful but not expressing it is like wrapping a present but never giving. (William Arthur Ward) This week begins the thanksgiving holiday. Many of us are planning for family and friends, we are planning menus and schedules, and will be busy. Among the the hustle, we will pause and give thanks to God and count our blessings. One blessing we need to have at the top of the list in which we are thankful is the people God has brought into our life. Our lesson this morning comes from 2 Corinthians 8:16-24 where the Apostle Paul stops and expresses thanks to God for Titus.
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.
Jun 28, 2020 – Elisha Freeman – The issue and topic of race has been placed at the front of the line of a long list of items to discuss for our culture and society. What can the Church bring to the conversation? Where does the Church start with a topic like this? We seek to answer these questions and more with this lesson this morning.
Apr 19, 2020 – Elisha Freeman — Today our concept of following falls in the realm of social media. Unique to this is that we are able to follow at a distance. For one to be with Jesus, they must follow Him. However we cannot follow Jesus from a distance, nor can we follow Jesus without cost. Our lesson will cover a passage that is easily one of Jesus’ hardest teachings.
Jun 11, 2017 — Elisha Freeman Click to Listen