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Choose the Better Part

Text: Luke 10
Speaker: George Scipione
Date: May 31, 2015

An evening service sermon from George Scipione.


The Prodigal Prophet Returns to the Lord

Text: Jonah 1:17-2:10
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: May 31, 2015

God speaks to us in a variety of ways in His Word.  Jonah is primarily a narrative/story but the text contains a Psalm (prayer poem) which Jonah wrote from the stomach of the great fish which had swallowed him.

God also teaches us in a variety of ways.  Sometimes we can learn through reading His Word. Often He brings us to a clear understanding of His truth through various experiences, especially trials.

Through the trial of nearly drowning to death Jonah is brought back to the Lord.  While undergoing his watery ordeal Jonah cries out in hope that God will be merciful.  The Lord in His great mercy delivers Jonah who acknowledges that salvation is from the Lord and submits to God’s call on his life.

How is Jonah’s story our story?  How has God used your suffering to humble you under His mighty hand.  How has He mercifully delivered you?  How is Jonah’s story Jesus’ story?


The Love of Christ

Text: John 13
Speaker: Ryan Wentzel
Date: May 24, 2015

An evening service sermon from Ryan Wentzel.


You Can Run but You Cannot Hide

Text: Jonah 1:4-16
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: May 24, 2015

This week we continue our journey through the book of Jonah.

When studying the Old Testament there are three things we try to do:

  1. Understand the text in the context of when it was written.
  2. Understand how the text applies to us in our present context.  1 Cor. 10:11
  3. Understand how the text points to Christ.  Luke 24:25-27

Please read Jonah 1 and think through these questions as you prepare to listen to this sermon.


The Gospel is Fuel for Missions

Text: Romans 10
Speaker: Steve Phillips
Date: May 17, 2015

An evening service sermon from Steve Phillips.


Running Away from God

Text: Jonah 1:1-3
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: May 17, 2015

With this sermon we will begin a short series through the book of Jonah.  The story of Jonah is famous because of the great fish which swallowed Jonah.  The main topic of this book, however, is the greatness of God Who controls all things and Who shows great mercy to undeserving sinners.

When God initially calls Jonah, the prophet runs.  How does God call us today?  Have some of us been resisting His call?


Confidence for Witnessing

Text: 1 Thessalonians 1:5-2:12
Speaker: Mike Kelley
Date: May 10, 2015

An evening service sermon from Mike Kelley.


David Rescued by a Woman

Text: 1 Samuel 25
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: May 10, 2015

For Mother’s Day I have chosen a text which tells about Abagail who was a remarkable woman and a mother in Israel.  She is one of my favorite biblical characters.  What we know about her doesn’t exactly fit the mold of the quiet passive lady.  She boldly takes initiative to rescue her own family and doing so also saves David from acting rashly and vengefully.

Before listening to this sermon please read 1 Samuel 25.   Do you think that Abigail was justified to go behind her husband’s back and against his wishes?  How and when can godly women today follow her example?


Remembering Our Savior’s Work Together, A Reading

Text: Matthew 26-28
Speaker: Craig Marshall
Date: May 3, 2015

An evening service sermon from Craig Marshall.


Mortality, Toil, and the Blessings of the Lord

Text: Ecclesiastes 2:12-26
Speaker: Mike Kelley
Date: May 3, 2015

A Sunday morning sermon from Mike Kelley.


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