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.
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.
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.
The story of three servants and their master is a non-traditional attempt to narrate the principle of stewardship from Matthew 24:14-30. This sermon is the first of a five week series on Christian stewardship. We hope you can join us live for one our messages.
A narrative on worship using the three wise men and their travels from the east from Matthew 2:1-12. God’s provision of the star and their willingness to follow provided a context of worship and revelation.
This is the second of a two part series of what it means to be a biblical follower of Jesus vs. a cultural follower of Jesus.
Amy Renshaw and Melanie Beland share how God has used their relationship to be grown in God’s grace. This friendship was a direct result of Melanie being obedient to God’s call to be more intentional with her relationships outside of her church circles. This is message is a story of their journey.
We conclude our series on spiritual disciplines that Jesus assumes we will use. In proclaiming in the Lord’s Prayer, “Your Kingdom Come” Pastor Dana feels in our culture that this action necessitates that we be readers of God’s Word. In addition, Pastor Dana summaries why he personally and believes in using the Life Journal. Finally the series in concluded by looking what we need to do to get more opportunities for God to work in our life.