Sermons

Finding Your Role in God’s Big Project

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“We have to find our role in God’s big project, the one that stretches across the border from this life into the next.” (Cornelius Plantinga Jr.) In this message from Nehemiah 1, guest speaker John Waldrop teaches how revival came to God’s people through the obedience of Nehemiah, and the example it gives to the church today.

Let the Nations Sing to the Lord!

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Missions begins with God’s people rejoicing in God Himself. Whenever God’s people worship God with fervor, we are spilling fuel to ignite a fire for missions in the church.

Be Transformed!

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Grace that does not transform our lives on the outside and the inside is not the grace of God received through faith in Jesus. It is a weak and worldly “grace” that does not deliver us from sin and death. Give all your body and mind to the worship of God. Leave nothing for yourself, but trust God to give you infinitely more that you can imagine.

Sola Scriptura (The Scriptures Alone)

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How did the Reformation change the church? Scott Boerckel (Senior Pastor of East White Oak Bible Church, Carlock, IL) teaches from 2 Timothy 3:12-4:4, about the ongoing leadership and doctrinal struggles within the church that ultimately brought about the Reformation, and how dramatically it transformed the Church over the years to come.

Sola Gratia (Grace Alone)

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This month marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, and we are taking some time to focus on the doctrines of the Five Solas that emerged during this time. In this message, Pastor Ritch teaches about the importance of Sola Gratia (Grace Alone). God’s grace is God’s undeserved, unearned favor upon sinful man through the atoning death of Jesus.

A Living Sacrifice

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Give all your body and mind to the worship of God. Leave nothing for yourself, but trust God to give you infinitely more that you can imagine.

Sight vs. Insight

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Why do some people believe while others do not? The man who received his sight demonstrates, as well as the crowds that witnessed this miracle, demonstrate that seeing God requires an act of God.

Our Spiritual Worship

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Give all your body and mind to the worship of God. Leave nothing for yourself, but trust God to give you infinitely more that you can imagine.

To God Alone Be the Glory

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Our worship of God is the ultimate goal of the Gospel. Worship answers the question “Why?” for everything we do as a church. Our worship of God is the root of every good fruit in His church. If we as a church are lacking in any horizontal dimension, we must begin by attending to the root.

Great is Thy Faithfulness

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God is both just and merciful, righteous and forgiving. In His wrath, God remembers mercy. Let us always run toward God in our failures and faithless acts, not away from Him.