Rescue: The Story of the Cross

Mar 24, 2024   Elisha Freeman — Our society, like any other, is captivated by a rescue story. The problem at hand, the wondering if anything can be done, the hero that emerges and accomplishes the impossible all produce an appreciation for what is done. the Bible, as the story of God, contains the greatest rescue story ever told. This morning we are going to walk through this story that finds its climax with the cross of Jesus.

Who is Jesus? I am the Light of the World

Feb 11, 2024   Elisha Freeman — In our current sermon series, we are seeking to find the answer to the question ‘Who is Jesus?’ And we are turning to the seven ‘I am’ statements to allow Jesus to speak for himself. This morning we arrive at the second statement that Jesus makes that speaks to our current spiritual condition and how He, being the light of the world, has come to set us free from sin and darkness.

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.

Thankful in All Circumstances

Nov 19, 2023  Elisha Freeman — Thanksgiving is a great time of year as we gather with family to celebrate each other and give thanks to God. However, many of us can struggle to have a heart of gratitude due to circumstances. When this struggle for gratitude appears, what can be said, done, and remembered that will help us have thankfulness for who is with us and for what we have? We will explore these questions this morning.