Sermon Jesus Leads Us Through the Storms of Life

Jesus Leads Us Through the Storms of Life

It’s hard to watch someone struggle and when it’s appropriate, we offer to help. Other times, it’s necessary to watch the struggle. For example, it’s important to let the struggle happen when a child is learning to walk or ride a bike. They have to learn how to fall to get back up. They have …

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Sermon The Glory of the Ministry of the Holy Christian Church

The Glory of the Ministry of the Holy Christian Church

What do you think of when you hear “Ministry of the Church”? Many people think of programs like missionaries in Africa or feeding the poor, but they’re wrong. Those things are good, and important, but they are not why the Church exists. In Jeremiah’s time, the Israelites made a similar mistake. They had come to …

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Sermon Beware of false prophets (Sermon from 2008)

Beware of false prophets (Sermon from 2008)

**Pastor Jenson is on vacation and Deacon Poe had a sudden illness so we found an archival sermon appropriate for our current church season** We live in a world full of deceit. From pickpockets to email scams, we encounter dishonesty on a daily basis. But the most dangerous are those who want to separate us …

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Sermon The Nativity of John the Baptist

The Nativity of John the Baptist

Why do we celebrate the birth of John the Baptist? Well, there are a few good reasons. He was the last of the prophets. He was himself prophesied about in the book of Isaiah and credentialed by God. But most importantly, John the Baptist prepared the way for Jesus since his work was “to give …

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