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Will God work for Me?
We easily get confused on what we want and need. Jesus performed many miracles including healing a crippled man and enabling him to walk. However, the more important miracle was forgiving that man’s sins and opening heaven’s door for him to walk in. In this sermon we will learn how to pursue the greater work of God and pursue His promises. Sermon Text: Mark 2:1-12 Preacher: Pastor Bill Limmer
Can God use Me?
The Lord uses us in our weakness to show his glory and to do things we could never do on our own. God provided Aaron to help Moses. God parted the Red Sea as Moses stretched out his hand. In this sermon, we will explore the different instances where God used Moses to let His glory shine though. Sermon Text: Exodus 4:10-12 Preacher: Pastor Ben Sadler
One reason we don’t pray is because we are struggling, even suffering. Life is not turning out the way we wanted. We might even be mad at God and blame God for our situation, and so we don’t go to God in prayer. But instead of running from God in our pain, we are to go to him with our laments, pleading for his intervention. Sermon Text: Psalm 13 Preaching Pastor: Pastor Bill Limmer
One way to start our conversation with God is “Thank you!” The Bible says every good and perfect gift comes from above. When we thank God for all the ways he continues to provide for us, it changes us. It stops us from thinking about ourselves and our problems and it puts our focus back on God and all the good things he is doing for us. Sermon Text: Psalm 100 Preaching Pastor: Pastor Ben Sadler
One reason we might not start a conversation with God is guilt. We don’t feel worthy to speak with a holy and righteous God. But God encourages us to come to him with our guilt and sin so that he might forgive us and renew our relationship with him. Sermon Text: Psalm 32 Preaching Pastor: Pastor Bob Johannes
Ash Wednesday is the first day of the Christian season of Lent, which is a time of spiritual reflection and preparation leading up to Easter. On Ash Wednesday, we are reminded of our human limitations and the need to turn away from sin and towards God. We will meditate on Psalm 51 which is powerful prayer of confession and repentance, with its words expressing a deep longing for mercy and forgiveness from God. This psalm serves as a reminder of…
Sometimes we don’t pray because we fail to see all that good things that God continues to do for us. In this sermon, God’s Word will teach us how to praise him for his wonderful works. Sermon Text: Psalm 150 Preaching Pastor: Pastor Bill Limmer
Not “Selfies”, But Self-Forgetfulness
Instead of making a name for himself, John the Baptist wanted to glorify God and make people followers of Jesus. He believed that Jesus and His name must increase, and John’s name decrease. Sermon Text: John 3: 22-36 Preacher: Pastor Ben Sadler
Not Getters, but Givers
Instead of using our influence just to gain from others, let us trust that God will provide richly so that we can be generous on every occasion. In this way, we store up treasures in heaven and take hold of life that is truly life. Sermon Text: Timothy 6:2-10;17-19 Preacher: Pastor Bill Limmer
Not Filters, But Transparency
Often influencers are tempted to filter their life to their audience, giving the impression that they are better people than they actually are. Paul, on the other hand, was honest about his brokenness and sinfulness. He wanted to be transparent about his sinfulness so that his followers could see the extent of God’s grace for sinners. Sermon Text: 1 Timothy: 12-17 Preacher: Pastor Ben Sadler
Not Outward Appearance, But Inward Peace
Jesus taught us to not just do good things to be seen by people. Instead we are to love God and love others even when no one is looking because our love comes from a deep belief in the reality of God and his love for us. Sermon Text: Matthew 6: 1-8 Preacher: Pastor Bill Limmer
Not First, But Last
Instead of working so hard to be the greatest, Jesus calls us to work hard at being last and the servant of all. He showed his disciples how to serve by taking on the role of a servant and washing their feet. Sermon Text: John 13: 1-17 Preacher: Pastor Ben Sadler