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.

 

Divergent: Learning the Way of the Kingdom

May 01, 2022 — Elisha Freeman  Jesus’ kingdom on this earth has been fully established with His resurrection, the arrival of the Holy Spirit in Acts 1-2, and the preaching of the Gospel that led to 3000 being baptized. What happens now? The next several weeks we will undertake a journey through the Sermon on the Mount to answer this question.

He is Alive Easter 2022

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.

Get Moving with an Effective Example

Jan 09, 2022 — Elisha Freeman  At the first of the year, one of the prominent resolutions is to get health. At the top of the list or near the top of the list to make this happen is to ‘Get Active’ or ‘Get moving’. Exercise increases the probability of accomplishing the goal to get health. The NT emphasizes that Christians and their faith need to be living and active. In short, we need to ‘Get Moving’. Over the next few weeks, we will take a good look at how we can get moving and be effective for the mission of God for the Church.

Upside Down: Following Jesus

Apr 19, 2020 – Elisha Freeman — Today our concept of following falls in the realm of social media. Unique to this is that we are able to follow at a distance. For one to be with Jesus, they must follow Him. However we cannot follow Jesus from a distance, nor can we follow Jesus without cost. Our lesson will cover a passage that is easily one of Jesus’ hardest teachings.