September 2019

Theology 701 – 2019 Soteriology – Lesson 7

Theology 701 – 2019 Lesson 7 – The next letter in the TULIP acronym, “P” for the Perseverance of the Saints. Discussion and instruction on the Security of the Believer.

July 2019

Look and Live! Numbers 21:4-9

His dying breath has brought us life. Look to the lifted Christ. Look and live! Look and be healed! Look and be healed and set free from every sin, our thirst quenched and battles begin to be won

Escaping Our Enemies Exodus 14

Friend, while Jesus was on the cross with His arms stretched out and nailed there, He was holding back the Red Sea of sin sheding His blood that you might go through on dry ground free from the enemy, free from sins slavery.

Seperating Light From Darkness Genesis 1:1-5

Our lives were just like the earth, in fact, we could say, “In the beginning” our lives were without form and in an uninhabitable state, void and buried in the darkness of the deep. But when God said, “Let there be light” everything changed and the uninhabitable became habitable, took on form, was no longer void […]

December 2018

A Very Disturbing Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

This year’s Christmas Eve Candlelight Service is disturbing on a number of levels. Why does it seem everything that has to do with the Advent and Incarnation of Jesus Christ be airbrushed and picture perfect. It was anything but perfect. Jesus chose to break in to our world with a story line of imperfection. The […]

The Powerful Voice of the Lord – Psalm29:

March 2018

” What in the World is God Doing?”

What in the World is God Doing? It may seem like God is indifferent and may have even dismissed the world and all of our sin and problems altogether. The Apostle Paul speaks to His work in salvation using as His example His covenant people of Israel, the Jewish people. No one group of people have been given so much, and yet, it seems as if with all of God's fervent work, little has been accomplished. Has God's Word and Work failed? In this sermon Pastor Pete introduces us to the heart of Paul who was willing to be forever cursed for God's people to come to faith. This amazing example should serve to cause us to give careful consideration to our own view of the lost and our attitude of great sorrow for our loved ones salvation. When God gives such abundant grace and amazing blessing one would think that would be enough to draw, save and guarantee salvation. To whom much is given, much is required. What are the lessons of Romans 9:1-5? Bring it Home as you Listen for LIFE!