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.
Feb 04, 2024 Elisha Freeman — As we move into the month of February, we launch into a a new sermon series entitled “I am”. This series starts with the question “Who is Jesus?” and will Jesus to answer this question with seven distinct statements all beginning with the phrase ‘I am’. This morning we being with Jesus’ statement “I am the bread of life’.
Dec 17, 2023 Elisha Freeman — The birth of Jesus is paramount to the Biblical narrative. If there is no virgin birth, then there is no life, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. In our text this morning, the Apostle Paul via inspiration of the Holy Spirit, will remind us that the birth of Jesus happened at the right time and was for the right reason.
Dec 10, 2023 Elisha Freeman — We reach our final message in the series entitled ‘In the Meantime’. As we await the second coming of Jesus, who and what kind of people are we to be? This morning the Scriptures remind us of a worth while life to aspire to live that will have a great impact on those who are not Christians.
Jul 02, 2023 Elisha Freeman — Our church theme this year is ‘Living the word’. the Bible condenses this theme into one word: faithful. We are to be faithful no matter where we are or where life takes us. Is it possible to be faithful? This morning an obscure man in the time of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel reminds us that it is hard to be faithful but it is possible.
Apr 09, 2023 — Elisha Freeman When the resurrected Jesus encountered the woman in the garden, he greeted them with the equivalent of a ‘Good Morning’. After the events of Friday that resulted in Jesus’ death and burial, what made this a good morning? How can it be a good morning when there is so much grief, fear, and uncertainty? Our lesson this morning focus’ on these questions and more so that our faith and hope can be strengthened with the reality of the angel’s words: ‘He is not here, He is risen’.
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.
Apr 17, 2022 Elisha Freeman — It has been at least two weeks since Jesus has been resurrected and Peter has not had an opportunity to speak with him. Does this mean Jesus is done with Peter? Can Peter return from his denial of Jesus when he was arrested? Does this mean the things that Jesus promised Peter in Matthew 16:15-18 are now going to someone else? Is there any hope for Peter? This morning we will read through the third resurrection appearance to answer our questions.
Apr 10, 2022 — Elisha Freeman Most of the recorded sermons found in the Book of Acts focus on the resurrection of Jesus. The resurrection is the bedrock of the Christian faith and the Bible provides evidence that it did happen. What practical implications should the resurrection have on our lives today and for the future? What decisions should we make today? We will seek to answer these and more in this morning’s lesson.