I am the Door

Feb 18, 2024   Elisha Freeman — Our passage of Scripture this morning contains one of the more memorable statements made by Jesus concerning life. Jesus came to give abundant life to all who would submit their lives to Him. How is this abundant life accessed? This morning Jesus, in his third ‘I am’ statement, will answer this for us.

Who is Jesus? I am the Bread of Life

Feb 04, 2024  Elisha Freeman — As we move into the month of February, we launch into a  a new sermon series entitled “I am”. This series starts with the question “Who is Jesus?” and will Jesus to answer this question with seven distinct statements all beginning with the phrase ‘I am’. This morning we being with Jesus’ statement “I am the bread of life’.

Our God has Remembered Us: Christmas 2023

Dec 17, 2023  Elisha Freeman — The birth of Jesus is paramount to the Biblical narrative. If there is no virgin birth, then there is no life, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. In our text this morning, the Apostle Paul via inspiration of the Holy Spirit, will remind us that the birth of Jesus happened at the right time and was for the right reason.

Living the Word-Abraham: Passing the Test

Aug 13, 2023  Elisha Freeman — One aspect of the Biblical faith that is hard to accept, much less live through, is being tested. Sometimes, God allows the testing and sometimes God does the testing. When it comes our way, how do we pass the test? This morning we will take a look at Genesis 22 and Hebrews 11 at the record of Abraham’s greatest test and learn how to pass the test that comes into our faith journey.

Mothers Day 2023

May 14, 2023  Elisha Freeman — Today we honor our mothers, grand mothers, aunts, and other influential women in our life. This morning we turn our attention to the Old Testament’s most pious woman, Hannah. Hannah’s piety and faith shine through immense external and internal adversity. How is she able to maintain this faith and continue to follow the Lord? What can we learn from her that can be applied to our spiritual lives? We will seek to answer these questions today.

Living the Word (RCC Theme for 2023)

Jan 08, 2023 — Elisha Freeman  This morning we embark on a journey to many things. Individually, we have made resolutions with the hopes our spiritual life will be richer and full of meaning. As a congregation, we want to build off the great work that God did among us last year. How will both be accomplished? What is needed to ensure that this year can be the most productive year possible? These questions and more will be our focus during the sermon this morning.

More Than Conquerors Because God Works

Aug 7, 2022   Elisha Freeman —  Thomas Merton said, ‘Useless and hateful in itself, suffering without faith is a curse.’ Our series brings us to a top five promise made by God in the entire Bible. Considering the backdrop of this promise, a strong, steadfast faith is required for it to have an effect in and our life. What does this promise due in the midst of suffering and how does it help bring about the purpose of God?