The Humanity of Jesus: The Seasons of Life

May 19, 2024 Elisha Freeman — Today we will recognize and honor our high school graduates. Graduating from high school is a momentous occasion for several reasons, among which is the signaling into adult hood. What does Jesus know about this and other seasons of life? What principles and wisdom can we glean and apply to help us? We will explore these and more this morning.

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.

With great power there must also come – great responsibility!

May 28, 2023  Jonathan Holland — Many of us have heard the quote, “With great power there must also come – great responsibility!”  We may not have comic book super powers or the responsibilities they carry.  However, as Christ teaches in Luke 12, we learn much has indeed been given to us and also – much is required.

Faith in Action – 1

Apr 11, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — the Bible emphasizes the importance of faith in the life of a Christian in Hebrews 11:6. However, faith is not designed to be stagnant. Faith is to grow and it is to act. In the first lesson of our new sermon series, we turn our attention to the book of James and are challenged to by him to move our faith from a place of stationary to a place of action.

The Way of Wisdom: Living with Prudence

Feb 16, 2020 — Elisha Freeman — We desire to be people who live with knowledge, understanding, and wisdom. We know that having these in our possession makes life easier and helps us to be better spouses, parents, and people. How are these attained? What does it mean to live according to the way of wisdom? This morning we start our series on Wisdom that will help us to become prudent people.