This Sunday’s sermon begins with a quote from G. K. Chesterson: “It is often supposed that when people stop believing in God, they believe in nothing. Alas, it is worse than that. When they stop believing in God, they [will] believe anything.”
I look forward to worshiping with you this coming Sunday as we explore the incomprehensible “bigness” of God.
This Sunday’s sermon will be the second sermon in the series, “Why I Am a Christian.”
The theme is that God first comes searching for us.
It is what John Wesley called, “Prevenient Grace.”
I look forward to seeing all on Sunday.
This Sunday’s sermon will be the first in a series of sermons on “Why I Am a Christian.”
The focus of the sermon will focus on the first reason I am a Christian: someone introduced Christ to me.
I look forward to being with you this coming Sunday. As Paul once said, “I am thankful for our partnership in the Gospel.”
1 Kings 17:8-24
On October 9th, Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost, the message title is Widows, Orphans, Strangers and will be delivered by Larry Fraley. The scripture is 1 Kings 17:8-24.