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.
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.
Oct 15, 2023 Elisha Freeman — A few weeks ago the Scriptures reminded us of what real love is; that Jesus sacrificed himself for our sins. What about real love in the church? What about real love among brothers and sister? What about real among the disciples of Jesus? The Holy Spirit will inspire the Apostle John to write to remind us that real love among each of us is not word but action and that our love for each other can and does impact our confidence.
Sep 10, 2023 — Elisha Freeman The Holy Spirit through John makes a bold statement about the reality of eternal life: Eternal life is accessible and can be lived now not just later. What does eternal life look like now? What is a visible fruit that someone has passed from spiritual death into spiritual life? Our sermon this morning will concentrate on these questions.
Jun 11, 2023 Elisha Freeman — It is estimated that we make 100+ informed and major decisions a day. When that time comes for that type of decision to be made, what source do we turn in order to make the best possible decision? This morning King Solomon reminds who and where we are to go when making decisions in order to have the opportunity at the most well lived life.
Apr 16, 2o23 — Elisha Freeman The crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus are the cornerstone elements of the Gospel. Jesus dies for our sin to offer the opportunity of forgiveness and is resurrected to provide hope and victory. However, the Gospel is more than a feel good story. The Gospel is God’s good news of life. Life in the present and in the future. The New Testament describes life in the present as ‘new life’. What is this new life? This morning we will turn to Ephesians 4:17-24 for our answers and our challenge to live this new life to the glory of God.
Mar 12, 2023 Elisha Freeman — When asked ‘How are you?’ Many of us has said and received, “I am doing good, just busy.” Many believe and wear busyness as a badge of honor, equating busyness with productivity. What if being busy isn’t productive? What is being busy is to be unhealthy? What if being busy is to put our soul in a toxic condition? This morning we will learn from our good Shepherd, Jesus, on how to respond to being busy and allow for more healthy rhythms to be cultivated for our lives.
Feb 12, 2023 Elisha Freeman — As we consider living out the teachings of Jesus as his disciples, we must remember two truths: Discipleship requires commitment and discipleship means that I will be uncomfortable. This morning Jesus will challenge us to rise to these expectations knowing that what lies beyond this is a deep faith.
Oct 30, 2022 – Elisha Freeman As we continue our sermon series entitled, ‘We Agree’, we reach the statement made by the Apostle Paul that there is One Faith. This truth rocked the first century world and rocks our current time. This morning we will be reminded as to why there is One Faith and that we must agree on it.