This is our church sermon archive. It is ordered from most recent, but is most easily navigated by using the sidebar widgets to search series, books of the Bible, topics, speaker, or by date. Note: some sermons include the community group discussion questions that can be viewed by clicking on the pdf icon.
Malachi 4:1-6 We finish the book of Malachi with the coming promise of the Messiah, Jesus. Listen and learn how Jesus brings hope, righteousness, healing, freedom, and joy.
Malachi 3:7-18 God’s desire is for His people to worship Him with their whole heart, however, the majority of the nation of Israel had fallen into lifeless religion.
Malachi 2:17-3:6 Despite our sin, God is faithful to make for Himself a holy people through the painful process of refining. There is no better place to be.
Malachi 2:10-16 When spiritual leadership fails in upholding God’s standard, His people will turn on each other. This passage shows us the consequences and pain involved with sinning against one another.
Malachi 2:1-9 God continues his strong rebuke against the priests. We look at the Old Testament role of priests and ask if they still exist today.
Malachi 1:6-14 We are called to worship God in Spirit and in truth. To remove either element in our worship is an offensive sin to our God.
Malachi 1:6-14 God moves from speaking to the nation of Israel to the priests that have sinned against him. They have lowered God’s standard concerning the sacrificial system and God’s anger burns against them.
Malachi 1:1-5 As we begin the book of Malachi, God has a strong rebuke for His people, but He begins with a stronger declaration, “I love you.”
As the New Year comes into full swing, so follow all of its resolutions. Resolutions in-and-0f-themselves are not bad things. However, will they truly change us? Will our failed resolutions provide enough guilt and shame to propel us to a better version of ourselves in 2017?
Isaiah 9:6-7. Christmas announces to the world of the coming Messiah! He is Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace!