The storm rocked the ship that Paul was aboard. It was a mistake that the vessel set sail. But God heard the man of God. He holds our boats together. Martha was distracted, but she could find a place at Jesus as any of us may. (Acts 27:14-26; Luke 10:40-42) Speaker(s): Steve DeVries, Thomas Chung, […]

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Turning Eyes into Ears

Eve and Lot got caught looking and their eyes got them in trouble. What we need to do is close our eyes and incline our ears. Job matured and learns to hear God. (Genesis 13:7-9; Isaiah 42:13) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller, Eugene Davis Sermon 12170 11:00 AM on 9/26/2021   P. Eugene Davis – A little […]

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Open Ears, New Eyes

God allows Job to endure tests. Job matures and learns to hear God beyond what he can see. He learned the authority, clarity, necessity, and sufficiency of the Word. (2 Peter 2:1-7; Mark 4:23-24) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller, Don Fischer Sermon 12169 9:00 AM on 9/26/2021

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The Wind Atop the Mulberry Trees

David heard God move. He understood how move in the Name of the Lord. He accomplished great triumphs, but each one was different. He listened for God’s instruction. We have to learn to move as the Spirit moves to touch people, to discern seasons, and to face circumstances. 2 Samuel 5:17-26 Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon […]

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Loaves, Fishes and Expectation

Jesus knew what He was going to do when He had a multitude to feed. Philip and Andrew had questions and stupid answers. But it was OK. Jesus took the loaves and the fishes and created a feast for all and with leftovers to spare. Let us have this manner of expectation. (John 6:1-10; Psalm […]

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We are facing times when we could face reproach for bearing the name Christian. In bizarre times, we stand together with conviction and character. Let the church arise and speak truth. (1 Peter 4:4-14; Ephesians 3:14) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon 12104 7:00 PM on 6/2/2021   P. Schaller – Just stay standing for another minute […]

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Everyone is doing what is right in their own eyes. The holy God, the righteous One is ignored. We cannot be passive in the face of a bizarre world. We have a living Book and a living God. Let us cling to Him. (Judges 17:1-11; Jeremiah 13:1-11) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon 12102 11:00 AM on […]

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