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This sermon looks at Thomas’ doubt of Christ’s resurrection until seeing Jesus’ crucifixion scars. Jesus is glad to help people’s faith grow. Thomas is only doing what the disciples did earlier on the night of Jesus resurrection. Thomas’ doubts of belief resonate with many believers if they are honest about their spiritual journey.
This Easter message describes the the faith development of Nicodemus. He models steps of faith that lead to belief the belief in Christ’s resurrection. Many share Nicodemus’ steps of faith and belief.
This message reflects on the mission to bring other to Christ through the story of the paralytic brought by his friends to Christ. The friends were incredibly creative and focused to accomplish their mission.
Pastor Dana shares how passion and love for something causes other people to desire what you have. This is true of passion for Christ or a fluff-a-nutter. He share his childhood passion for a unique sandwich that he shared with his friends and correlates how we can do the same with our love and passion for Christ.
This sermon looks at the Great Commission provided in Matthew 28:16-20. Jesus was wanting to pass on to His followers His life characteristics.
We continue our series that focuses on Jesus interaction with His disciples between His time of death on the cross and His ascension into heaven. This sermon focuses the disciples need to move from a state of fear to a state of mission. Jesus details the importance of the Holy Spirit’s role in accomplishing this.
Pastor Richard Meeks, East Michigan District Superintendent of the Wesleyan Church, was our special speaker. He provided some new district opportunities, and shared a message on Palm Sunday.
The message is a celebration of God’s Word. Those who have accomplished quarterly reading goals were recognized, and others were encouraged to participate. The sermon text is Isaiah 55:11. Too many people who identify themselves as “Christians” have a Bible but do not use it in America. Therefore, they do not reap the benefits that God’s Word is sure to produce in their lives. Noted within the message a Gideon speaker made a presentation earlier in the service. It was a great day for Lennon Wesleyan Church.
This week’s messages focuses on Jesus prayer of Gethsemane found in Matthew 26:36-46. The practice of prayer leads us to places of difficult prayer but fulfilling prayer. It is when we learn to pray according to God’s will and not our own will that we are truly living the blessed life, and a life full of joy. God teaches us dependence upon Him and not ourselves through a prayer filled life.
Prayer should be simple but at times we have a tendency to make it complicated. This weeks sermon looks at some very simple aspects of prayer. The text is Luke 3:22-23, which is Jesus prayer during His baptism that opens heaven.