Sermons from July 2020

I Wonder – Will Judgment Day Come This Year?

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. Questions about the end of the world seem to be coming up more and more lately. Will Judgment Day come this year, with everything going on in our society, country and world? Is the end near? We may want to speculate about questions like that, but God’s Word doesn’t tell us. More importantly, what the Bible does tell us is that Christ…

I Wonder – Jesus is my Savior?

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. A cross is an instrument of execution. A grave is where death claims another victim. And yet, this weekend in worship, we are going to find out how these can actually be places of VICTORY. This weekend we are going to Visualize Jesus’ Victories in both of those places. Sermon Text: Matthew 27 & 28

I Wonder – Jesus is God?

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. Behind the storm the howling wind, and lightning flashes bright, His smiling countenance is there, to guard me through the night. In any storm that life may bring, when winds of trouble blow, His grace and love will see me through, from Him all blessings flow. Those words beautifully picture this weekend’s message as Jesus controls the storms in our lives. Sermon…

I Wonder – God’s Son, Human? – Christmas in July

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. “Christmas in July” sounds like a sale at our favorite store.  This weekend “Christmas in July” describes our worship as we continue our summer series – I Wonder About God.  How can Jesus, God’s Son, be human?  It may not be December 25, but Christmas and Luke 2 is the answer to our question. Sermon Text: Luke 2

I Wonder – God Protects Us (4th of July)

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. The 10 plagues unleashed on Pharaoh and the Egyptians were God’s response to Pharaoh saying, “No!” to God’s command, “Let my people go!”  This weekend’s worship is going to center on the 10th and final plague, also called “The Plague of the Firstborn.”  The loud wailing wasn’t heard in every home in Egypt.  What would cause the destroyer to enter one house, while making sure to  “pass over” another? Sermon…