Reconciled, Saved from Woe and Wrath

There’s depravity at work in human nature. We call evil good, we love darkness rather than light. By the Blood of Jesus, we are reconciled and made righteous in Him. We are justified and free. God’s message is this simple: “I save you.” (Isaiah 5:20-21; Romans 10:2-4; Romans 5:6-10) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller Sermon 12078 […]

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Every one of us is wrong in some way. Still, Christ came to reconcile us to God with His death. We change our minds and turn in repentance and are saved. We receive His righteousness and have joy through His atonement. (Romans 5:8-11; Romans 10:2-3) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller Sermon 12077 9:00 AM on 4/18/2021

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New King on the Throne

We are called to follow God wholeheartedly as overcomers. This is how Caleb survived as waited to enter into the land that he saw with faith eyes. He refused to dwell on the challenges; he faced fear with faith. Joshua 14:6-12 Sermon # 11306 6:30 PM on 7/30/2017     P. Steve Andrulonis You know […]

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Man’s heart is full of himself and his idols. God wants to dig down and show him his depravity and release him for real liberty. Serving Him is better than a life lived on the beach. (Matthew 15:15-20; 1 Thessalonians 1:5-9) Speaker(s) Pastor Thomas Schaller Sermon # 11101 11:00 AM on 8/7/2016

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So much stupidity and confusion dominates the headlines, but our work as believers continues. We are honest about death and conscious of God’s glory. We hear His counsel and mark His Word to turn people from evil. (Jeremiah 23:14-22) Speaker(s) Pastor Thomas Schaller, Pastor Adam Speedy Sermon # 11053 11:00 AM on 5/15/2016

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Unto We Who Believe, God is Precious

The Lord built the house. He made the universe and all that is in it. He reigns and He has made ready a marriage celebration for the Son, Jesus Christ. Let’s not allow leaven to poison our hope and our faith. Let’s believe the Word and rest in Him. Luke 19:11-14; Matthew 22:1-5 Speaker(s) Pastor […]

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Things today trend toward relative thinking because the Cross offends. But our Gospel begins with the statement of depravity. This reveals that we know our need for grace. And, when we come Him by grace through faith we are absolutely saved and secure in Him. (Luke 18) Speaker(s) Pastor John Love, Jeremy Cannon Sermon # […]

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