Remember God in a Time of Scarcity

Oct 31, 2021  Elisha Freeman — As we enter into the holiday season, we begin a series of lessons focused on helping us develop a heart, mind, and life of gratitude. For our first lesson, we go to a familiar passage in Deuteronomy where Moses reminds Israel and us that the source of all blessing is the Lord. We are to remember Him, not forget Him, and ultimately listen to Him in all circumstances.

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.

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.

 

Father’s Day 2021

Jun 20, 2021 — The Apostle Paul spent roughly two weeks with the Thessalonian church in Acts 17. In that short time he worked hard to share the Gospel and lay a foundation for growth and maturity. To aid him in that, Paul took on the role of a ‘Father’ and treated the Thessalonians as children . This morning we will see three actions, Paul employed to help the Thessalonian Christians in their spiritual journey.

Truth

Sept 27, 2020 — Elisha Freeman — The truth is indisputable. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is (Winston Churchill). Ours is an age of skepticism and the contributing factor has been our treatment of truth. This morning we are going to be reminded of who is truth and where we can find it.