jan 17, 2021 –Elisha Freeman — We continue our sermon series in the Book of Revelation. In this lesson, we will cover Revelation 8-11. Throughout, we will be reminded that God takes rebellion and sin seriously, that when things get difficult the church must remember the power of prayer, and that God designed the church to be the witness to a lost world.
Jan 10, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — We resume our sermon series through the Book of Revelation with this letter. It is easy to get caught up with images and symbols of the letter and miss the overall points. In this lesson we are going to examine the source of war, pestilence, famine, death, and have two vital questions asked: 1) How long will God allow these to go on? 2) When the end comes who can stand before God?
Nov 01, 2020 — Elisha Freeman — Throughout this year we have heard the question ‘What do I need to do to stay healthy with Covid-19?’ This question is asked for the sake of personal life and the lives of others. This needs to be asked of our spiritual life. This is what we seek to answer this morning.
Apr 26, 2020 – Elisha Freeman – Soon after the Civil War ended, Abraham Lincoln was once asked how he would treat the “rebellious” southerners. Lincoln responded, “I will treat them as if they never left.” Our lesson today focuses on the treatment of Jesus to sinners. How and why does He treat them the way He does? The story of Luke 15:11-32 is the answer to our question.
Dec 01, 2019 — Elisha Freeman — An exciting tradition shared among most families is that of making the all important Christmas list. It is the list we send to Santa and the list we give to our families to request certain toys and presents for Christmas. Did you know that the Gospel of Matthew begins with a list. It certainly is an odd way to begin a biography but this list is vital to the foundation of the Gospel. This morning we will put this list under the microscope and be reminded that Jesus completes the story told by the Old Testament.
Apr 07, 2019 – Elisha Freeman
All of us came this morning seeking something to help us with a need. A need to contend with worry, a need to have a better marriage, a need for a stronger faith. While most of our needs vary person-to-person, there is one need that we share. It is a need that shows no distinction, it is a need that does not care who we are, where we have come from, or where we are going. This morning God is going to use His word to remind of us our need to deal with sin and to encourage us to seek out His forgiveness.
Oct 21, 2018 — Elisha Freeman Click to Listen