Sermons from May 2023
Ecclesiastes 12:1-8 Growing old, if we are granted the opportunity, can be challenging. Pastor Rod Bunton spends time reviewing the benefits and dangers we face as we desire to glorify God in the process of growing old.
Pastor Doug Link teaches about what occurs during a typical Roman Catholic Mass.
2 Timothy 3:10-15 Paul chose Timothy to join his ministry so that he might be taught how to teach the Gospel and to minister to the church. Pastor Doug Link uses this passage from Paul’s letter to Timothy that reminds him, and us, to remain steadfast in his lifestyle and faithful to his purpose.
Pastor Ben Khazraee introduces a new series that looks at the differences between Catholics and Protestants.
Habakkuk When life is confusing and difficult, when the world doesn’t make sense, turn to the Lord! Pastor Rod Bunton looks at the lessons from the prophet Habakkuk who asked God pressing questions about evil in the world and the Lord’s response caused Habakkuk to rejoice in song.
Pastor Ben Khazraee teaches from Numbers 33-36.
2 Corinthians 5:18-21 Even though, as sinners, we offend God, He is the one that offers reconciliation. Pastor Rod Bunton explains why God does this and what responsibility we have as believers after we are reconciled.
Pastor Doug Link teaches from Numbers 31 and 32.