Sermons on Deuteronomy
Ash Wednesday marks the start of Lent, a time to prepare our hearts and minds for Easter. Preparing for Christmas is easier than preparing for Easter. Not only do we get lots of help from society to celebrate Christmas, it’s just easier to buy something than to fast from something. It is easier to talk about the birth of a baby than the death of our Savior. But we need Lent. We need to take the time to face our…
One essential aspect of our church are the kids’ ministries. From birth into adulthood, we build relationships with our children and teach them about how we are saved through faith in Jesus. In a society of educated ignorance and blindness, we will train our young in the freedom, knowledge, and power of Christian truth. Deuteronomy 11:16, 18-21
Pain and trouble cause many to feel that they will always be alone. God will never leave or forsake us. Deuteronomy 31:8
Busyness is just a fact of life today making the quest for balance in life ever more challenging. How do we keep God a part of our family’s routine? Sermon Text: Deuteronomy 6:1-9 Our guest speaker this week was Caleb Schultz from the band Fide.