Living the Word: Minor Characters with Major Lessons, Naaman’s Servant Girl

Jul 09, 2023  Elisha Freeman — “Does our current placement in life matter? Does our attitude truly have power? Does our influence really make the difference we have been told? This morning a young girl with no name teaches us and reminds that wherever we find ourselves, God has placed us there to make an impact for Him and His glory!”

Living the Word: God’s Guide to a Well Lived Life

Jun 11, 2023  Elisha Freeman — It is estimated that we make 100+ informed and major decisions a day. When that time comes for that type of decision to be made, what source do we turn in order to make the best possible decision? This morning King Solomon reminds who and where we are to go when making decisions in order to have the opportunity at the most well lived life.

More Than Conquerors Because God Works

Aug 7, 2022   Elisha Freeman —  Thomas Merton said, ‘Useless and hateful in itself, suffering without faith is a curse.’ Our series brings us to a top five promise made by God in the entire Bible. Considering the backdrop of this promise, a strong, steadfast faith is required for it to have an effect in and our life. What does this promise due in the midst of suffering and how does it help bring about the purpose of God?

More Than Conquerors over Suffering

Jul 17, 2022 — Elisha Freeman  Tim Keller is quoted as saying ‘[Suffering] enables us to learn a very valuable lesson and that is: You don’t realize that Jesus is all you need until you know that Jesus is all you have.’ Suffering is one of the most complex and uncomfortable realities in this life. It affects everyone no matter how hard we plan and work to prevent it. When it arrives at our door step, how is the Christian to respond? We seek to answer this question and more this morning.

More Than Conquerors against the Flesh

Jul 10, 2022 Elisha Freeman  Romans 8 is summed up with one word: struggle. We struggle against sin, suffering, and for our text this morning we struggle agains the flesh. We have desires and passions that can easily lead us down a path away from God and living for Him. How do we have overwhelming victory when our desires and passions have so much power? We seek our answer this morning from Romans 8:4-14.