The Armor of God: An Introduction

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.

Running for Your Life: Training for the Race

Jun 02, 2019 — Elisha Freeman —

Every athlete trains to best at their sport. The success we see from the athletes is built during their training sessions that no one else sees. The same is true for the Christian. We run the race “set before us” successfully by following a certain training regimen. This morning our focus will be on our day-to-day training and how it helps us run our race of faith.

Some of Us Stay (Easter 2019)

Apr 21, 2019 – Elisha Freeman

When all the people woke up on the first Sunday after Jesus’ death & burial, what do you think their expectations for that day were? What are your expectations for today? Many of us little to no expectations, not because we do not believe, but because there are other things in the way. These things make us feel “stuck”. This morning we are going to be reminded that the Resurrection of Jesus overcomes our lowest expectations and empowers us to move forward with our lives

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross—Scandal

Apr 14, 2019 — Elisha Freeman

The earthy life of Jesus is hemmed in by scandal. From a human point of view, his birth was scandalous and so was his death. The Apostle Paul tells us that the Cross of Jesus is a “stumbling block” an “offense” or a “scandal” to those who hear about it. Today, the cross is still a scandal that reveals God’s love, forgiveness, and path to salvation.

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross—The Weight of Sin

Apr 07, 2019 – Elisha Freeman

All of us came this morning seeking something to help us with a need. A need to contend with worry, a need to have a better marriage, a need for a stronger faith. While most of our needs vary person-to-person, there is one need that we share. It is a need that shows no distinction, it is a need that does not care who we are, where we have come from, or where we are going. This morning God is going to use His word to remind of us our need to deal with sin and to encourage us to seek out His forgiveness.