Sermons from May 2020

God of Miracles: Spirit Baptism

This morning, we celebrate Pentecost Sunday! Pentecost literally translated means the fiftieth day.  Pentecost, also known as the “Feast of Weeks” or Shavuot.  It was one of three feasts that Jewish men were commanded to participate in by travelling to Jerusalem and presenting offerings to the Lord.  Pentecost was a joyous celebration beginning the harvest of wheat.  It was for this reason that people from every single nation were together in Jerusalem in Acts 2. God is the God of…

God of Miracles: Way Maker

We love and serve the God of Miracles!  Last week, we learned the foundational basics about what miracles are, what their purpose is, how we should respond to them, and were warned to be cautious of counterfeits. Today, we’re learning about an incredible type of miracle that God often performed throughout our history and one that He is able to do for us today. Many times throughout the course of our lives we feel stuck.  Your heart is longing for…

God of Miracles: 101

We love and serve the “God of Miracles”.  There is nothing too hard for Him and our impossibilities are His specialties.  The miracles of God leave us in awe of Him with no doubt of His existence and absolute assurance of His great love for us. Through this series, we are going to increase our faith and find a new hope as we learn about the miracles of God.  Today, we’re beginning with a bit of a miracles 101 teaching. …

Bless This home: Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day!!! This morning, we’re finishing up our message series, “Bless This Home.”  After all, one of the greatest blessings to any home is, of course, mothers. Think about it, in the beginning, the only need that God withheld was a woman.  He initially withheld her to reinforce her value and to allow man, on his own, to realize his need for her.  In the beginning, God saved the best for last and created a woman whom Adam named…

Bless This Home: Wronged

Last week, we learned some tips on how to respond to personality conflicts in a healthy way.  From Hebrews 12, we were all challenged to see to it that no bitter root grows up between each other. As many of us shared last week, conflict makes us uncomfortable.  It causes awkwardness in our relationships and it can tear them apart if we don’t handle that conflict in a healthy way.  However, God created us uniquely from one another and purposed…