SERMONS


Study Date
Teacher
Scripture
Series
Title
Media
Study Introduction

12/26/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Studies About Jesus
Fully Obedient

What was the day after Jesus birth like?

12/19/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Studies About Jesus
Fully God, Fully man

What is the meaning of the Christmas story? Why is this holiday such a big deal in Christianity? Why celebrate it; we are not commanded to remember His birth, just His death and resurrection? Well, it is a reminder to us that not olny is He God, but He is also a man. We remember the greatest gift ever given to humanity, and it came from God and it is God...

12/12/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Studies About Jesus
Touched With Our Infirmities

Maybe you are like me and have a hard time seeing Jesus in His humanity. He seems like so much more than a man like you and I, and of course He is in some ways. But in reality he was very much human and subject to the same limitations and struggles we are, yet He did so without sinning. Maybe as we examine His life, we can learn some truths that will help us live our lives.

12/5/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Studies About Jesus
The God Bearer

As we think about the birth of Jesus we come to a critical doctrine- the Virgin Birth of Christ. In fact, this is one of the fundamentals of being a fundamentalist. The Bible clearly teaches the special nature of Jesus' birth, so what does it all mean?

11/28/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Studies About Jesus
Fully God, Fully Obedient

One of the more difficult things to understand is Jesus being fully God, with all of His rights, authority and responsibility, yet we see Him yielding to the Father's will. Why does Jesus say in the garden, 'Not my will, but yours be done?' What can we learn about God's love for us and our need for submissive obedience to Him? How does this affect our relationships here on Earth with one another?

11/21/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Studies About Jesus
Preincarnate Creator

We are going to turn our attention to thinking about who Jesus is over the next 6 weeks. He is what holds us together as a church, the very source of our unity. If we want to be the kind of church God intends for us to be, we must have an accurate understanding of who Jesus is. We will begin by considering what He did before coming to Earth as a baby.

11/14/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

The 5 Purposes of the Church
Fellowship

The 5th foundation block for the purpose of the church is fellowship. We usually think of fellowship and food; but it is much more than simply sharing a meal together. Fellowship of course is in our name, and it has been one of our greatest strengths. As we have grown through, our sense of oneness has taken hits at times. Our culture too pulls us apart from one another; even though we are commanded to find union in each other.

11/7/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

The 5 Purposes of the Church
Discipleship

10/31/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

The 5 Purposes of the Church
Evangelism

As we continue to look at the purposes of the church, evangelism is today's foundation block. Evangelism is a topic that either excites us or scares us to death. Many feel uncomfortable sharing their faith from either fear of rejection or lack of skill. This is an important topic though as it is a command straight from Jesus to us. Do you evangelize?

10/24/2010

Pastor Greg Olson

The 5 Purposes of the Church
Ministry

In our 5 week discussion of the 5 purposes of the Church we come to purpose #2; ministry. Pastor Greg reminds us that it's all about Jesus and His radical life, the life we are called to follow.

10/17/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

The 5 Purposes of the Church
Worship

We are going to look at the 5 purposes of the church over the next 5 weeks. I think this is of paramount importance because Christianity is at a pivotal point. What does God want of us? What is church all about? We have so many denominations, what helps us to understand how to select the right church? Are we the kind of church that God wants us to be?

10/10/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Communion
Communion Service

Pr. Phil leads us through the partaking of the communion elements.

10/3/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Dealing with our Respectable Sins
Fighting the Urge to Join the World

As we wrap up our study on acceptable sins, we come to perhaps the most subtle and difficult to root out sins- worldliness. It is difficult because the evil one has used it effectively to distract us. How has the world impacted you? Do you love it more than you love God?

9/26/2010

Missionary Jason Laird

1Samuel 1

Guest Speaker
Spiritual Infertility

9/19/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Dealing with our Respectable Sins
Why is the Tongue So Potent? Judgementalism, Envy, Jealousy, and Gossip

Why is it that our toungues get us in so much trouble? James says they are like an uncontrolled fire in the forest, and we can all attest to the great damaging our tongues can do. We don't like to speak of these sins, but they are great indeed and need to be confessed and controlled.

9/12/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Dealing with our Respectable Sins
Lack of Self Control, Irritation and Irritability, and Anger

The issue of living a controled life is usually not considered a sin issue. We enjoy 'freedom' and most feel we have the 'right' to do what we want and be irritated and angry with whatever or whoever gets in our way. As we look at these sins today, ask God to expose the pain we cause in others lives when we are angry and irritated all the time.

9/5/2010

Pastor Mike Robinette

Guest Speaker
Where Will Following Jesus Lead Us?

8/29/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Dealing with our Respectable Sins
Unthankfulness, Pride and Selfishness

The sins we will look at today are ones that we hold close to the vest. They are extremely difficult for us to see ourselves, and we become very defensive if someone points them out to us. These are the sins where it is all about me, which our culture celebrates. We self-promote and call it good. We are rude and say it is about getting respect. We put others down to build ourselves up. God says it is sinful and wrong.

8/22/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Dealing with our Respectable Sins
The Sins of Anxiety, Frustration, Worry and Discontentment

The sins we are going to deal with is our attitudes towards the unhappy circumstances of life. We all face them, and these sins are things we all struggle with. Yet they are reactions we are so used to that we don’t think of them as sins; yet they are! What do you do when life hands you lemons?

8/15/2010

Pastor Phil Perry

Dealing with our Respectable Sins
Ungodliness

The first specific respectable sin we will deal with is ungodliness. None of us want to consider ourselves as ungodly, after all we are good moral people, sitting in church and trying to be Christians. Yet if we are honest, this is the underlying problem of all ours sins.