Sept 18, 2022 Elisha Freeman – In the New Testament, Christians are known by many designations. Christians are called disciples, children of God, and saints among a host of other names. There is one designation that each Christian must be called and must prove with their life and that is designation ‘servant’. This morning with our last house rule, we take a look at Jesus and how He sets the emphasis, example, and expectation that each Christian is to be a servant.
03/29/2020 – Elisha Freeman – Our lives have been turned upside down with the Corona Virus. Many of us are fearful, worried, and frustrated. In Luke 1:26ff we will read of Mary, the mother of Jesus, have her world turned upside down. It is how the Angel Gabriel responds that catches our attention. It is here that we learn that we don’t have to be afraid, that nothing is impossible with God, and that despite what is happening we can still serve.
Jan 12, 2020 – Elisha Freeman — Jimmy Houston is credited with saying ‘Every choice we make in lief has the possibility of changing our lives forever.’ Many of us have made spiritual resolutions for the New Year that we hope bring us closer to God and deepen our relationship with Him. What if I were to tell you that all of this depends on a choice you can make today? This morning one of the great the leaders of the OT will challenge us to make a decision that will impact our life from this day forward.
Nov 17, 2019 — Elisha Freeman — As we bring our series to a close, we turn our attention to the event of Jesus’ in the upper room. This event takes place in the last night of Jesus’ life before His death. It is here that Jesus teaches us to love one another as He has loved us. This morning Jesus will remind us that in order to love like Him we must be willing to lay aside those things that stand in the way of love and take up the attitude and action of His type of love.
Nov 11, 2018 – Elisha Freeman.
The Church of God is a spiritual family built on the foundation of the Jesus and the Apostles. Her work is to promote the Gospel to everyone in the community and the world. At the same time, there is a physical aspect to the work of the Church. Who is responsible for carrying out the physical tasks of the local Church? This morning we will study Acts 6:1-7 to find the Bible answer to our Bible question.
Nov 04, 2018 — Elisha Freeman.
Ephesians 2:10 says that God created us in Christ for the purpose of good works. Titus 2:14 tells us that as God’s people created in Christ we are to be “zealous for good works.” This morning we are going to examine 1 Corinthians 12:12-17 to see how we fit into the Body of Christ and to be reminded that every member is needed for the Church to accomplish the good works God has planned.