Join Bishop Ron Bowell in the sermon “The Foundation of Everything”. Bishop Ron speaks on Genesis chapters 1-3, covering 12 ‘Foundation Stones’ that explain the origins of Earth and life on our planet.
In “You Can’t Change Unwilling People,” part of the “Avoiding Relationship Problems” series, Jeff Piepho explores the crucial lesson that we can only change ourselves, not others. Drawing from Proverbs 1:20-33 and other scriptures, this sermon highlights the importance of understanding and respecting personal boundaries. It teaches that while advice and guidance can be offered,…
Discover key insights in Jeff Piepho’s sermon “You Can’t Rescue Angry People,” part of the “Avoiding Relationship Problems” series. Focusing on Proverbs 19:19, Piepho addresses how to deal with hot-tempered individuals effectively and compassionately. He emphasizes the importance of not shielding these individuals from the consequences of their actions, encouraging personal responsibility and growth. This sermon is essential for anyone looking to handle anger in relationships in a healthy, God-honoring way.
Listen to Jeff Piepho’s talk “You Can’t Please Unpleasable People” and learn why it’s better to trust in God than to try and make everyone happy. In this talk, Jeff uses easy-to-understand lessons from the Bible, like Proverbs 29:25, to show us that we should focus on God’s plan for us, not on worrying about…
“God is the Strength of My Heart” by Nathan Hylton delves deep into Psalm 73, shedding light on Asaph’s internal battles with envy, doubt, and spiritual clarity. This sermon offers insights on perseverance, God’s unwavering love, and the redemptive power of faith. Dive into a transformative journey from spiritual vertigo to steadfast trust.
Join Jeff Piepho as he discusses “Why Paul Loves Some & Curses Others in the Church” from the series “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things).” Dive into 1 Corinthians 16:15-24 to understand the role of submission and the traits of Stephanas’ household. This sermon, available in video and mp3 formats, sheds light on recognizing genuine…
Join Jeff Piepho as he delivers the sermon “Being Alert, the Christian Radar System” from the series “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)”. Dive deep into 1 Corinthians 16:13-14 and discover how to stay vigilant, maintain strong faith, and lead with love. With insights from Dr. Meg Meeker, Paul Washer, and central scriptures such as…
Explore Jeff Piepho’s enlightening sermon, ‘What does God Want Me to Do?’ as part of the 1 Corinthians series, emphasizing the preeminence of Jesus. Unravel the age-old question of how to serve God and make life decisions in alignment with His purpose. Drawing inspiration from 1 Corinthians 16:5-12, this sermon outlines five Ps for discerning…
In Jeff Piepho’s sermon ‘Share with the Saints’ from the 1 Corinthians series emphasizing Jesus above all, explore the significance of Christian giving rooted in 1 Corinthians 16:1-4. Drawing on teachings from Paul to the Corinthians and other biblical references from Proverbs, Psalms, and 1 Timothy, the sermon highlights consistent and generous contributions as an…
Jeff Piepho’s latest sermon, ‘No Cheap Substitutes for the Resurrection,’ in our ongoing series on 1 Corinthians, where the focus remains on Jesus above all. Drawing from 1 Corinthians 15:50-58, Jeff highlights the everlasting nature of our spiritual inheritance and the triumph over death through Jesus Christ. The session emphasizes the value of steadfast faith,…
Series: 1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things) Sermon: Our New Bodies Pastor Jeff Piepho explores 1 Corinthians 15:35-49, discussing what our new bodies will be like after resurrection. Using clear explanations from the Bible, he talks about the changes and wonders we can expect in the next life. Learn from experts like Dallas Willard and…
‘Living Resurrected Lives – Everyday Obedience and Eternal Pleasure,’ the newest installment of the 1 Corinthians series (Jesus Above All Things), presented by Jeff Piepho on September 10, 2023. In this sermon, Piepho illuminates the significance of 1 Corinthians 15:20-34, shedding light on the transformative impact of Jesus’ resurrection on our daily decisions and eternal…
Delve into the captivating sermon, ‘What If There is No Resurrection,’ presented by Jeff Piepho, as he unravels the profound implications of the resurrection in 1 Corinthians 15:12-20. Unearth the deep-seated truths of God’s solution to death and sin and the transformative power of life and freedom through THE RESURRECTION. Piepho’s enlightening interpretation highlights the…
Explore the profound transformations of early Christians, from skeptic Thomas to the Apostle Paul, as they encountered the resurrected Jesus. Delve into biblical passages and historical records that underscore the pivotal importance of Jesus’ Resurrection in Christianity. Discover the evidence that cements the Resurrection as a cornerstone of Christian faith, and witness the undeniable impact…
Unveil the compelling evidence supporting the authenticity of Jesus Christ’s resurrection in this sermon, “Paul’s Proof for the Resurrection 1/2.” Pastor Jeff Piepho delves deep into the scriptures, weaving a narrative from 1 Corinthians, Luke, Mark, Matthew, and other biblical texts that attest to the pivotal event in Christian faith: Jesus’s resurrection. Drawing from ‘The…
Title: “Is Your Belief in Vain?” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho (Aug 13, 2023) Jeff Piepho, in his sermon titled “Is Your Belief in Vain? Holding Firmly to the Gospel” as part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series, delves deep into the heart of the gospel message found in 1 Corinthians 15:1-4….
Title: “Three Crosses” – Sermon by Bishop Ron Bowell (August 6, 2023) In his compelling sermon “Three Crosses”, Bishop Ron Bowell dives into the powerful biblical narrative depicted in Luke 23:32-43, where Jesus and two criminals were crucified on Calvary. Using this poignant episode, Bishop Bowell illuminates the distinct attitudes towards sin and salvation demonstrated…
Title: “The Gift of Tongues: Its Proper Place and Use” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho (July 30, 2023) In his sermon titled “The Gift of Tongues: Its Proper Place and Use” as part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series, Jeff Piepho delves into the intriguing topic of the gift of tongues, a…
Title: “Worshipping” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho, part of the “Priesthood” series (July 23, 2023) In this sermon from the “Priesthood” series, Jeff Piepho explores the biblical theme of worship, focusing on Psalm 47 and the believers’ role as “royal priests”. He examines the purpose of being a priest, which is to praise and worship…
Title: “Called to Be More Than A Normal Human” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho, part of the “Priesthood” series (July 16, 2023) Jeff Piepho explores the profound concept of Christians as “royal priests” in this enlightening sermon, drawing on biblical texts including 1 Peter 2:9-12. He discusses the transformative identity of believers, highlighting our divine…
Title: “Inside Out Upside Down Living” – Sermon by Loren Houltberg (Date: July 9th 2023) In his transformative sermon, “Inside Out Upside Down Living,” Loren Houltberg draws upon Matthew 5:3-11, among other biblical passages, to provide a profound exploration of Christian living. This sermon focuses on the concept of living a Christ-centric life, where one’s…
Title: “So, What Does it Matter to You?” – Sermon by Mark Brown (July 2, 2023) In this insightful sermon, Mark Brown explores the negative effects of comparing ourselves to others, highlighting its potential to distract us from our spiritual mission and rob us of Christ’s power. Referencing key passages such as John 21:18-22, he…
Title: “God’s Will for You” – Sermon by Nathan Hylton (June 25, 2023) Nathan Hylton dives into the concept of God’s will for believers in this thought-provoking sermon, using key passages from 1 Thessalonians 4:3-8. He focuses on God’s call to sanctification, emphasizing the importance of following God’s commands rather than seeking divine direction. The…
Title: “Like a Little Child” – Sermon by Bishop Ron Bowell (Luke 18:9-24) Bishop Bowell’s sermon, “Like a Little Child,” analyzes what it means to receive and enter the kingdom of God with childlike faith. The discourse is structured around passages from Luke 18:15-17, Matthew 18:1-4, and Luke 18:16-17. The sermon’s context is defined by…
Title: “Prophecy, Tongues, and Using Your Gift” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho, part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series (June 11, 2023) Jeff Piepho’s sermon, as part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series, titled “Prophecy, Tongues, and Using Your Gift” elucidates the significance and application of spiritual gifts, primarily…
Title: “Love Amplifies Spiritual Gifts” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho, part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series (June 4, 2023) This sermon by Jeff Piepho, part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series, focuses on the relationship between spiritual gifts and love, based on 1 Corinthians 13. Piepho explains that…
Denise Conway’s sermon, “One Body, Many Parts,” explores the theme of unity and diversity within the Church. Referencing 1 Corinthians 12:12-31, she illustrates how the Church, like a body, is composed of diverse but equally vital parts. Conway underscores the dangers of pride and division, emphasizing the importance of humility and unity. She encourages Christians to value their unique roles within the Church, warning against church consumerism. Conway concludes by highlighting love’s preeminence, the fruit of the Spirit, which binds the Church together in unity.
Title: “Understanding Spiritual Gifts: Use, Abuse, and Non-Use” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho (May 21, 2023) Jeff Piepho, in his sermon titled “Understanding Spiritual Gifts: Use, Abuse, and Non-Use” part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series, discusses the proper use of spiritual gifts in the church, based on 1 Corinthians 12:1-11. Piepho…
Title: “Divisions and Communion” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho, part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series (May 14, 2023) Jeff Piepho, in his sermon “Divisions and Communion” from the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series, uncovers the dangers of division within the church and the importance of unity, particularly during the…
Title: “God’s Plan for Gender and Clothes” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho (May 7, 2023) In the sermon “God’s Plan for Gender and Clothes,” part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series, Jeff Piepho explores the biblical perspective on gender roles and dress code, based on 1 Corinthians 11:2-16. Piepho highlights the importance…
Title: “God’s Three Goals for Your Life” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho (April 30, 2023) In his sermon from the series “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)”, Jeff Piepho delves into 1 Corinthians 10:23-11:1 to illuminate three essential life goals for Christians. 1. Living for God’s Glory – Key Verse: 1 Corinthians 10:31 – “So…
Title: “Idolatry Exposed: 8 Ways False Gods Infiltrated Your Life” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho (April 23, 2023) Dive into a transformative exploration with Jeff Piepho as he unveils eight subtle forms of modern idolatry, all drawn from the insights of 1 Corinthians 10 and other biblical passages. This sermon reminds us of the truth…
Title: “Go Crazy, Like You’re Serving the Lord Everywhere” by Jeff Piepho (April 16, 2023) Dive deep into Jeff Piepho’s impactful sermon exploring the essence of Ephesians 6:7-8. Unraveling the importance of serving with a sincere heart, Piepho challenges believers to ponder, “Why do we consistently strive to do the right thing, even when it’s…
Title: “Suffering has Meaning” in the Easter 2023 Series by Jeff Piepho (April 9, 2023) Description: In his Easter sermon, Jeff Piepho delves into the profound subject of suffering, using John 9 as the foundational scripture. Piepho challenges common misconceptions about suffering, illustrated by the story of the blind man who many believed was afflicted…
We Don’t Hate Sin and We Don’t Know What Happened to the Canaanites by Clay Jones Title: “Overconfidence Kills ” in the Jesus Above All Things Series by Jeff Piepho ( April 2, 2023) Jeff Piepho delves deep into the dangers of spiritual complacency in “Overconfidence Kills”, deriving lessons from 1 Corinthians 10:1-13. The sermon…
Title: Why Paul Rejected His Right to Pay by Jeff Piepho (March 26, 2023) Delve deep into Jeff Piepho’s sermon from the ‘1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)’ series titled ‘Why Paul Rejected His Right to Pay’. Discover the profound message of sacrifice and the intrinsic value of sharing the Gospel freely, drawing insights from…
Title: Paying Preachers?! by Jeff Piepho (March 19, 2023) In this sermon from the ‘1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)’ series, Jeff Piepho examines the connection between faith, finances, and the biblical foundation for compensating spiritual leaders. Using 1 Corinthians 9:1-14 as his guide, Piepho lists six solid reasons supporting the idea of remunerating preachers,…
For the Full Sermon and to continue the sermon series When You’re Sick of Being Stuck The Power to Change Feel like you’re running in circles, wanting to evolve but finding yourself in the same spot? You’re not alone. Dive into the intricacies of personal transformation and uncover the true power that enables change. Move…
Title: Following Human Leaders in the Jesus Above All Things Series by Jeff Piepho (March 5, 2023) Navigating the gray areas of Christian faith and practices? Delve into the message of ‘Following Human Leaders’ from the 1 Corinthians series, offering clarity on disputable things like tobacco, alcohol, tattoos, and even political affiliations. This sermon, inspired…
Title: Changing Your Lot from the Jesus Above All Things Series by Jeff Piepho (February 26, 2023) Discover the transformative power of steadfast faith in the sermon ‘Changing Your Lot’ from the enlightening 1 Corinthians series. Delving deep into scriptures from 1 Corinthians, Psalms, Matthew, and more, Pastor Jeff Piepho highlights the essence of staying…
In this sermon, Pastor Jeff suggested additional reading as an addendum to the sermon. Once you have watched the sermon, feel free to read the following article: “Practical Questions Around Divorce, Homosexual Marriage, Singleness, and Remarriage.” Additionally, Pastor Jeff mentioned marriage requirements at our Church. If you were interested in having the pre-marital requirements or…
Plus a Question and Answer video!
Dr. Jay Smith joined us Sunday May 2nd. And preached 1 sermon in 3 parts, all 3 parts are uploaded and included here!
Drugs, entertainment, relationships: All these things will let you down! But there’s one thing that will never let you down!
💖⛪<- "This is either the most important thing in the world, and you should jump completely in, or it's not a you should ignore it"
confident expectation of the goodness of God.
🕴 You must test the Spirits,
because the Spirits will test you. 🔍🔮
God conquers my condemnation
and commends my confidence.
🎰🎲 Would you gamble to win $100 billion dollars, but if you lose you also lose your family, your home, your money? Would you gamble? What if the odds were 3 to 1 that you’d lose? What if you were playing a game like that right now? 🃏
When you are a Christ follower it changes your relationship with God, and with the world!
Two Questions: What worldly things am I staring at? What do I need to do to stare at God more?
God is Light! So how can he forgive anybody!?
We should stop asking people whether they want to go to Heaven. That’s not a meaningful question. The real question is, “Do you want to fellowship with Jesus for all eternity, and if so are you willing to repent from your sin and accept his forgiveness?”
Pets or Fur-babies, whatever you call them, what happens to them after they die?
I must train my brain to think rightly, so my words produce life!
Are you a sluggard? or are you the boss?
Special video guest Craig Groeschel shares about how to be a Godly warrior in our daily lives.
“If we receive God we have the right to become children of God.” What does THAT mean? and how does it influence MY life???
Even if your failure ruined the rest of your Earthly life – like Josiah, God is a redeemer, and he can and will redeem your failure!
People in the Bible had family issues just like you and me today, but God used them, and he can use you too!
Action is an attraction for God’s happy reaction!
If you ran into a prophet today and asked him “Ask God, am I okay?” would that prophet tell you that you had a soft heart like a pillow, or a hard heart like a brick???
God wants you to have an undivided heart! How is this possible for us as humans? How did King Josiah achieve such a thing?
I don’t fear my failures because my God is bigger than any mistake I made! I don’t fear my past. I look forward to today because today I will resist temptation, serve God, and see him at work!
TO HELP FOSTER KIDS and ORPHANS: I don’t have to do everything, but I should do something.
A relationship of “communion with God” brings blessings that we can’t even imagine – and the biggest blessing is God himself.
We are made to be impressed! WE WANT TO BE IN AWE AND SEE AWESOME THINGS! ….But what if nothing impressed us anymore?
How do we find joy when we don’t always get what we want??
Remember what God has done to believe what God will do.
God cares how I feel… but what about when I want to get even with my so-called “friend” that turned on me? What about when I want to punch my sister in the face? What about in those circumstances?
Why does it seem like sometimes your life goes from bad to worse to worse than bad, and you feel alone and outnumbered?
Desperate people do desperate things. What would you do if you were desperate and Jesus was coming through town?
Do you want Cake or Broccoli?
What was the point of Lazarus’s story? He was sick, he could have been healed, but then he died. Where was Jesus when Lazarus died? Where is Jesus in your situation?
Join guest Nathan Hylton as he delves into what it means to “fall short of the glory of God” from Romans 3:23
Where the heck was God when Israel was being defeated by the king of Aram?! Where the heck was God when the Elisha the prophet for surrounded by an army of highly trained soldiers?! And where the heck is God in your situation when you’re doing the right situation?! This sermon is for when you feel backed up against a wall and don’t know what to do.
We can’t trust people! If we can’t trust people who can we trust? Join Jeff as talks about how to trust in God!
Sometimes even when you do the right thing it feels like you fail anyway! Joseph got sold into slavery and put into prison, but God still had a purpose for him, and God has a purpose for you!
The walls of Jerusalem were broken down. There was Chaos for God’s people! Learn from Jeff what Nehemiah did in the midst of Chaos, and what you can do too!
Moses’ had a high life of luxury, and wanted to free his people from slavery, but when he tried he failed and had to leave his life behind, but God was not done with him. God had a plan for him, and God has a plan for you.
Problem: We are not good at giving up things that need to be ended. Learn from Rahab’s example as she chose to follow God, even though it meant making some hard choices.
Sometimes it feels like I’m “the only smart one” in world, and it’s true that doing what’s right can be lonely. Well, watch as Pastor Jeff talks about two guys from the bible who felt very lonely.
Winning is awesome! Winning can bring a lot of great things into our lives, and winning can also make us feel lonely? How does that work? And what can we do about it?
God is Holy! Should I be afraid, or should I be at ease with him? What does holiness mean to us? Watch this sermon to learn all about how holiness is a part of God’s character that sets him apart.
If God is all powerful why should you care? If God is all power does it make a difference in our lives?
We learned last week that God is everywhere! But does that mean he is near to me? and if He is why don’t I feel him?
God is Everywhere, from the far reaches of interstellar space to deep within the atoms, and even beyond what we can understand! What does this mean? How do we relate to someone who is everywhere?
God is Good. What does that mean? Does God do good things because he knows that things are good, or because whatever he says to do becomes good? And what does this mean for us?
God knows everything! What does that mean? How does that work? Learn what this means for us, and how we worship our omniscient God!
God doesn’t change! Or does he? If he doesn’t change then what does that mean? How do we interact with him?
Don’t slouch on the couch!
Ever wonder where God is in the midst of the crazy days? Elijah wondered that too, but when God did show up it was in a way he least expected!
Wouldn’t it be nice if God wrote little messages direct to you to tell you what to do all the time? The truth is that he has but most people don’t know how to see it.
God speaks in these three ways, today. Learn to hear him.
What do you expect to hear from God? What does he expect from you when he does speak? Don’t forget this message when God speaks.
Do you want to hear God? Really hear God?
God wrote his words in stone for moses long ago, but does God still speak today? and if He speaks to me how would I know? Jeff begins a new series studying scripture to find what God is saying to you today!
“Inaction is an Infraction.” Not doing something is the same as doing something. So what are Christians to do?
What is the purpose of Ecclesiastes? Why was it written? You may have heard that it is a depressing book, then why is it in the Bible? Join Guest Ken Abell as he gives a overview of this book.
THE QUESTION: HOW DO I KNOW WHAT DECISIONS TO MAKE? What is best for my life? We often know what would “feel” good, but what does wisdom say? Listen as Jeff turns Proverbs 3 into practical applications you can do today!
Life is full of pain! We go through loss and unhappiness in our relationships and in our jobs and sometimes it doesn’t feel like we’re making any progress! Why does God let this happen? Spoiler alert: God might just have a purpose for your pain.
We often are caught living paycheck to paycheck, month to month, and instead of peace we live under painful anxiety. God has promised to take care of us, but one major problem is that It is totally natural to go against God’s ways! Jeff unpacks a proverb for how we can live with financial peace and prosperity.
Where can we find hope in times of great pain and loss? Do we have to give up hope when we see the world is crazy around us? Join Bishop Perry as he explores 1 Peter 1:3-9 in search of a living hope.
Have you ever said “Life shouldn’t be this hard!?” This sermon Jeff continues to explore Proverbs 3 to find out how to live the best life we can.
How can you have God’s favor in your life? God is looking for people to support, and he tells us exactly what we need to have his favor and blessing. It’s not easy, but it is simple.
If you had an instruction manual for all of life would you read it? Instructions are important, whether you want to bake a cake or install a lightswitch knowing the instructions could mean a difference between life and death. In this sermon Jeff begins a series about instructions for peace and prosperity in our lives.
Our lives are full of crazy interruptions that we never planned for, and it was the same 2,000 years ago when Mary and Joseph were about to be married, but how do their lives apply to us? For Christmas Jeff unwraps how we can respond when God allows the unexpected in our lives!
Why do we fail? If we have followed Christ why are we still tempted to sin? In this sermon Jeff discusses how the spirit of God saves us, and what is our responsibility in this.
Problem: “looking good” can become part of your normal life, without even realizing it. The real question is: Are you good on the Inside?
How satisfied are you with life, right now? Jesus met a woman who was filling her life with men. Find out how satisfied she was, and what Jesus said to her.
What do you do when you encounter an All powerful, All knowing, All perfect God? Find out what happened when Isaiah was brought into the throne room itself!
In this video sermon Jeff explores one of our church’s core values: Living Simply. We say, “We value simple lives, which free us to love boldly, give generously and serve joyfully.” Mp3 Download
What is God’s grand plan for the redemption of mankind? How should we react when we see children and families in need?
What do you do when the other guy slaps you on the face? Learn how to seek peace in a kill or be killed world!
What causes fights and arguments? Learn the steps needed to take for reducing the amount of conflict in your life.
Download and print the 30 Day Self Talk Sheet PDF mentioned in the sermon!
Do you ever wonder why it is so hard for us to love one another? What happened to brotherly love to make it so rare these days?
I thought God wanted us to help people. So why should I stop helping them?
It doesn’t feel like God is answering my prayers. How do I get Him to answer them?
How do we know whether God has spoken through someone and what do we do when we encounter potential truth?
Think of sin as something being broken. When something is broken, you want to fix it. Yet in the case of sin, how does God want us to fix it?
Some people have the perfect family. Newsflash! Even Biblical families were messed up!
Why did God allow all of this pain in my life? If He has such good plans for me, then why does life hurt so much?
God isn’t going to just fall into your lap. You have to seek Him in order to find Him.
My job stinks! I think I’ll quit. STOP! Don’t let your job get you down. God made us to work. So how then are we supposed to deal with it when it gets to us?
Do you think everything is okay between you and God? Stop assuming that everything is awesome because it might not be the way you think it is.
Love today seems so selfish and indulgent. What should real love look like and how can I show real love to others?
Loser leaders abound. Whether it’s a bad boss, a dishonest politician, or an authoritarian lawman you have to learn how to deal with them. Here’s how.
How does the message of Philippians help and show us how to be better Christians? Is there a strategy we need to have? You bet there is!
Are we supposed to fight back when someone wrongs us or hurts us? God says yes. The question that remains is, how do we fight back?
Am I usable? YES! God gave you talents and wants to use you and those talents.
How do I know if I have been saved? What evidence is there that will prove to me that I have been saved?
Do you think you’re a loser? Think again! Everyone has a role to play and even the smallest or most seemingly insignificant of roles is important in God’s plan.
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In this video sermon Jeff explores one of our church’s core values: Living Simply. We say, “We value simple lives, which free us to love boldly, give generously and serve joyfully.” Full Service
Josiah was a righteous King of Judah. He not only was righteous but he acted with passion towards God. He not only stopped the idol worship, but he tore down the idols and broke them into pieces. He not only punished false prophets but he desecrated graves of false prophets. In short: He was a…
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Nearly every consequence in life is the result of many, even thousands, of decisions: right, wrong, little or big. All Kings have many decisions, big decisions, decisions that have a direct effect on the nation under their authority and King Josiah was no exception. Each decision we make cause us to either develop or deteriorate. Jeff explores…
Continuing in Jeff’s discussion on king Manasseh, in this sermon Jeff builds an idol, shakes up a can of coke, and talks about another king, Manasseh grandson Josiah. What was Josiah’s response to Manasseh’s legacy? How did he live his life? Full Service
Paying attention is important. Paying attention while driving is important if you don’t want an accident or ticket. Paying attention while cooking is crucial if you want good food. Paying attention while tattooing the arm of a friend is important if you want to keep that friendship. The question for today is: What happens when we…
What happens next when we lose what we want, when we suffer, when our expectations aren’t met? Everyone goes through hard times, in this sermon Jeff talks about times that he suffered, when David (in the Bible) was chased for his life, and when Jesus’ Disciples watched as their ideas and hopes seemingly went down…
It’s funny how OUR REALITY is shaped by our expectation, and what people tell us! If someone talks down to you, treats you badly your whole life you’ll have a poor self-image, and If you talk down to someone else the same will happen to them! Our words have POWER, and in this sermon Jeff…
We listen to the wrong voices often. Voices that say things like “You don’t know how big of a problem this is” and “God’s servants and your leaders aren’t right.” Each and every day you have to choose: who are YOU going to listen to? How do you make that choice. Listen as Jeff shares about all…
Aren’t Christians supposed to act perfect all the time? What about those times when we hit a wall? THE WALL DEFINED: In simplest terms, the Wall is when your life doesn’t turn out exactly how you planned it. Bishop Perry Engle brings us to the various walls in our lives and, whether it is loss or…
Who will in your family will you take after? What family heritage will guide you, or what from my past will determine your future? Ahaz completely failed at following God. He even sacrificed his children in fire. His son Hezekiah, when he became king, must have had huge fears and expectations involving his father. What was he to…
Question: At what cost do you live your life, or accomplish our goals? Amaziah had a King’s perspective: I’m going to war, gonna make a name for myself, plunder gold and silver, and build my Kingdom. Jeff had a goal to make a yummy breakfast, but he didn’t know the eggs were stale. What should he do…