The Incomparable God

Oct 10, 2021 — Elisha Freeman  Israel finds herself being carried off into captivity and exile. Her city is in ruins and despair is setting in. Her sin is deep, her enemies are powerful, and her challenges are great. What is she to do? How is she to respond? Has God lost because Israel is in such disarray? This morning we are examine a pivotal chapter in the Scripture that reignites the heart and mind of God’s people to the wonders of God’s greatness.

Grace Poured Out: Moses

Sept 19, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — “History repeats itself but in such a cunning disguise that we never detect the resemblance until the damage is done.’ (Sydney J. Harris) This morning we continue with our series God’s grace poured out when we fail and fall short of His ideal and ours. What happens when our failure is not new, rather it is a repeat of a previous failure. What happens when we fail to learn rom history? Is God’s grace there to meet us and help us when we did not learn our lesson? This morning we will discover the answer to this probing question.

Grace Poured Out: Abraham

Sep 05, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — Failure. What a powerful word and reality. Nothing stings harder and lingers longer than failing at something. A great truth about the Bible is that it records the success and failures of those who followed God. In our series entitled “Grace Poured Out” we will examine some key individuals from the Old Testament, highlight their failure, and learn this powerful truth: When we fail, God is there to meet us with Grace.

A People of Hope

Aug 22, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — It has a been a tough week. We have seen the heartbreaking images out of Afghanistan and Haiti, here at home our country finds itself with rising Covid cases. Many are angry , frustrated, disillusioned, disappointed, and discouraged. What is the response that we can give in the face of these things and what is the response that we can give to people around us? This morning we will turn to God and His word for our answer.

Go: A Lesson on Evangelism

Jul 25, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — President Franklin Roosevelt took office as President on March 4, 1933. The next 100 days set the tone for his presidency and what he hoped to do to meet the challenges of the time. Since then, every President has used the ‘first 100 days’ to set forth a vision and plan for the country under their leadership. Jesus did not wait 100 days to set forth His plan and mission for His church. This morning we are going to allow Jesus’ words, recorded in the Scripture, to remind us of our purpose and mission.