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.

Unwavering Faith: Jesus & My Faith Pt 3

Mar 17, 2019 — Elisha Freeman

What does faith need to thrive? the Bible? God, Jesus, and the HS? Others? The answer to the previous questions is ‘Yes’ to all the above. There is another essential element that is needed for faith to thrive and be great and it has everything to do with attitude. This morning we are going to learn from the Canaanite Woman that ‘faith needs steadfastness’ to be great.God, Jesus, Faith, Great, Steadfast, Bold, Persistence, Firmness, Determination

Unwavering Faith: Seeking God

Feb. 17, 2019 – Elisha Freeman

As the Hebrew writer makes the case for faith in Hebrews 11, a paramount verse is found in Hebrews 11:6. Here we are told that faith requires a belief in God’s existence and a knowledge of a certain characteristic. This morning we are going to be reminded that our faith is established in the existence of God and that He desires a relationship with us!

ReThinking Leadership—What Our Leaders Need

Jan 06, 2916 — Elisha Freeman

Raleigh Church of Christ has been blessed by God with men who have heard the call of the Bible and accepted roles as Elders and Deacons. As our Elders install six new deacons this morning, we must ask a question: “What do our church leaders needGod, Jesus, Holy Spirit, Elders, Deacons, Leaders, Leadership, Servants, Grace, Peace, Prayer, Thanks, Partnership, Gospel, Growth from us as members?” Our answer will come from the Apostle Paul in the opening verses of his Philippians letter