jan 17, 2021 –Elisha Freeman — We continue our sermon series in the Book of Revelation. In this lesson, we will cover Revelation 8-11. Throughout, we will be reminded that God takes rebellion and sin seriously, that when things get difficult the church must remember the power of prayer, and that God designed the church to be the witness to a lost world.
Jan 10, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — We resume our sermon series through the Book of Revelation with this letter. It is easy to get caught up with images and symbols of the letter and miss the overall points. In this lesson we are going to examine the source of war, pestilence, famine, death, and have two vital questions asked: 1) How long will God allow these to go on? 2) When the end comes who can stand before God?
Nov 01, 2020 — Elisha Freeman — Throughout this year we have heard the question ‘What do I need to do to stay healthy with Covid-19?’ This question is asked for the sake of personal life and the lives of others. This needs to be asked of our spiritual life. This is what we seek to answer this morning.
Jun 28, 2020 – Elisha Freeman – The issue and topic of race has been placed at the front of the line of a long list of items to discuss for our culture and society. What can the Church bring to the conversation? Where does the Church start with a topic like this? We seek to answer these questions and more with this lesson this morning.
Aug 11, 2019 — Elisha Freeman —
As we bring our series on the Armor of God to a close, we arrive at the last piece of armor and that is the helmet of salvation. While the helmet is the last piece of armor it is not the least important. In our struggle against Satan, it is vital to stand firm in God and the salvation He has planned and provided through Jesus. This morning, the Apostle Paul will remind us of the great salvation that we have right now
Jun 09, 2019 – Elisha Freeman –
When it is all said and done, the ultimate reason for participating in any athletic event is to win the event. The same is true for our race of faith. We run to win the race. This morning, the Apostle Paul will remind us that as we run, we run in such a way “to obtain the prize.