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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Church Culture — Humor, Healing, Help

We all need to let God maintain our lot (Psalm 16:5). The vehicle for this is the local assembly. Here we learn the truth and speak it to each other. We laugh. We pray. We help. We rejoice and mourn. We find healing in love. (Psalm 118:8-26) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller Sermon 12024 7:00 PM […]

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Partakers are Escapers

We are people whose souls can become dry, cold, thirsty, and depressed. The only hope for us is to partake of His divine nature. The Holy Spirit transforms our hearts with the Word. (Psalm 42:1-11; 2 Peter 1:4) Speaker(s): Pastor Steven Scibelli, Pastor Steve Andrulonis Sermon 11978 11:00 AM on 10/25/2020

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Love and Peace with God

Our standing in God’s Grace us secret to love. We rejoice in God. We are changed as we relate to Him in our hearts and minds.(Romans 5:1-5; 1John 4) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller, Pastor Chris Moore Sermon 11970 11:00 AM on 10/11/2020 P. Schaller – Let’s turn to Romans 5 this morning as we speak […]

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Bring Down the Barriers

There are things that keep us from intimacy in our relations. These fuel the mistrust and reactions that we see. The pain is real, the issues are real. God help us. David and Jonathan were knit together and the nation was changed. Jesus called us to labor — to go to the harvest fields and […]

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