Fueled by football fandom, this message from Rev. Ginn shared a message from Joshua and Matthew. Kitti revels in how our God is always loving and never lets us down, unlike many of our favorite football teams.
In an examination of an allegorical tale, Rev. Belusa shares a message that incorporates passages from Isaiah and Matthew to help convey the message of Yielding Good Fruit. Listen to this sharing of a message about God’s expectations of our lives.
Conor shared about his recent mission trip with youth from McLeod, and how the efforts they took on should carryover into each day. From Matthew, he illustrates how God will help take care of our needs and expects us to help take care of the needs of others.
A trip to Jerusalem where he saw the site of the Cross, and the brutality shown to Christ helped Dick craft this message. In this Easter message, Dick outlines the importance of what came after the resurrection and why it is more important than a hole in the ground where a cross once stood.
An early theologian and priest in Germany, the writings and teachings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer helped to shape the faith of Rev. Huggins. As much a history lesson as a sermon, this message provides a glimpse into this influential figure in Dick’s early direction.
When faced with temptation, how do we respond? Temptation lies around every corner, from a little child playing in the mud, to the temptation of Jesus. This message from Rev. Huggins shares from Matthew and helps us understand how temptation affects us.
Pastor Huggins shared a message about what baptism means and represents in the life of the church. How does the Jewish concept of a new beginning and the concept of the forgiveness of sin relate to baptism?
Rev. Huggins continued his theme from last week by sharing from Matthew. In this message, we hear about John preparing people like us for the Messiah. Listen and share as Pastor Dick shares about our own preparations during Advent!
For many, they thought that John the Baptist was the Messiah. While they may have been close, they were looking for John’s cousin; one they knew as Jesus. In this Advent message, listen to Rev. Huggins share from the Gospel of Matthew and help us apply it to the season.