Psalm 32: A Song of Reflection & Honesty

Jun 30, 2024   Elisha Freeman — Our favorite songs provide many feelings for us among which are reflection. We reflect on childhood, decisions made, or a path we are currently walking. Psalm 32 is written by David that employs the feeling and reality of reflection. He reflects on his decisions and he reflects on God. This morning we will walk with King David and how the practice of reflection can be folded into our life and how it brings us closer to God

Psalm 32: A Song of Reflection & Honesty

Jun 23, 2024   Elisha Freeman — Our favorite songs provide many feelings for us among which are reflection. We reflect on childhood, decisions made, or a path we are currently walking. Psalm 32 is written by David that employs the feeling and reality of reflection. He reflects on his decisions and he reflects on God. This morning we will walk with King David and how the practice of reflection can be folded into our life and how it brings us closer to God.

Who is Jesus? The One who Helps

Apr 14, 2024   Elisha Freeman — In an attempt to emphasize the humanity of Jesus, Dorothy Sayers once said that ‘Jesus Christ is the only God who has a date in history’. This morning we continue to ask the question ‘Who is Jesus?’, however we shift from the divinity of Jesus to the humanity of Jesus and how Jesus uses His humanity to help us today.

The Word of the Cross”

Mar 17, 2024   Elisha Freeman — n a few weeks, most of the Christian world will focus in on and celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. However, the resurrection is stripped of its significance if there is no cross. The Cross is God’s plan to reconcile the world to Himself and He has attached a message to the cross. This morning we will take a look at this message and see the depth of God’s love and mercy towards humanity.

Jesus: The Eternal One

Jan 21, 2024  Elisha Freeman — Who is Jesus? A question that had to be answered in Jesus’ day and needs to be answered in our day. Is He just a great moral and ethical teacher, a religious guru who had some good things to say, or is Jesus more? He and the writers of the Gospel’s will answer that Jesus is more; in fact Jesus is God! This morning we are going back to one of these writers and see why these claims were made and how they help us answer our question.

Living the Word: Confident in God’s Love

Oct 01, 2023  Elisha Freeman — Our sermon series has centered on one word ‘Confidence’. God’s people should be among the most confident, not because of who we are , but because of what God has done. What is it that moved God to act? What fueled His plans to redeem and save? This morning we are going to be reminded of God’s great love and how that love should give us confidence.

Living the Word: Confidence, Sin, & Forgiveness

Sept 17, 2023 Elisha Freeman — Many of us are Christians. In and through faith, we repented of our sin and were baptized to have that sin washed away. Through those responses, God calls us His children. What happens when God’s children sin? What do we think? What do we believe? What do we do? The Apostle John will remind us and encourage us that even when we sin, our Heavenly Father created and maintains the opportunity to be forgiven.

Living the Word: Joseph and Forgiveness

Aug 20, 2023  Elisha Freeman — An unfortunate truth of our lives is that there will be people who will do bad things. Sometimes those things are intentional and sometimes they are unintentional. Either way, when that happens, what do we do? How do we respond? What is the best way to be like God? These are the questions we will seek to answer this morning.

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.

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.