A Recipe for Good Success

Jun 05, 2022 –Elisha Freeman  Today, we will recognize and honor our four high school seniors who have worked hard to achieve a milestone in their lives. Many of us will give them ‘best wishes’ and offer prayers for ‘success’ in their future endeavors. What makes for success in this life? Is it a diploma? Is it a college education? Is it a career? This morning we turn to a familiar text in the Old Testament and hear what God has to say to Joshua at a pivotal moment in his life and how he will have success moving forward.

Responding to Worry

May 29, 2022 — Elisha Freeman  Someone once said ‘That we live our lives crucified between two thieves—the regrets of yesterday and the worries of tomorrow.’ How true that statement is for many of us. Worry is a powerful emotion and vice we contend with every day. How do we respond to worry when it rises? This morning Jesus will provide three gentle reminds of ways we can handle worry.

Starting Over by Starting Strong

Jan 02, 2022 — Elisha Freeman  The New Year has arrived and we are full of optimism, hope, and resolutions. We are eager to start fresh, learning from the past and moving into the future. When it comes to our spiritual lives, what can we learn from the beginnings of Jesus’ ministry so that we can start strong and finish strong? This is the question we seek to answer with our lesson this morning.

Anxiety

Feb 07, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — What would you say was the most searched & underlined passage of the Bible in 2020? According to Amazon Kindle, it was Philippians 4:6-7. Anxiety/Worry/Concern impacts all of us. In our lesson this morning, we will break open this passage and learn what we can do as people of faith to manage anxiety.

Better For It – Time

Aug 23, 2020 – Elisha Freeman — We have been in quarantine for 26 Sundays. What have you learned? How has it been a benefit to you? There is a saying that when we experience an event that changes our life, in one way or another, we will “be all the better for it.” Our new sermon series will focus on using what has happened and happening to make sure our spiritual life is better for it. We will examine this morning what the Bible says about time.

Be Strong in Prayer

May 26, 2019 — Elisha Freeman

Most of us here this morning are billionaires. From a time perspective, if we have lived 35 years then we would have 1,103,760,000 seconds. If we have lived to age 45, then we would have 1,419,120,000 seconds. How does a Christian spend this much time? One way is in prayer. This morning we are going to be reminded of the necessity of prayer to our spiritual life.