Sermons on Romans

Moving Toward Gratitude

In the fall, we shine a spotlight on gratitude – crops have been harvested, cooler temps provide a respite from summer and we prepare. Our Thanksgiving feast we should be filled with gratitude. Is there something missing? If we take an inventory of our lives, things may be different this year, but we have been…

Let Love Be Unmasked

“Let love be genuine” Romans 12:9 – But what does this mean? Genuine is defined as something that is real, not false. In our lives, we we many masks – masking what is underneath, masking our sinful nature and broken hearts. Let’s listen as Paul encourages to take of our masks, and interact with each…

8th Sunday after Pentecost – July 26th Service

Eighth Sunday after Pentecost July 26, 2020 PRE-SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS Jul 29 (Wed) – A Midweek Outdoor Prayer and Praise Service will be held this Wednesday at 7:00 PM to give us the opportunity to meet and worship together in person. To protect those around us, we will respect each other by observing social distancing and…

O Love, That Will Not Let Me Go!

Some children find comfort with a special blanket the blanket gives such comfort, they may have trouble letting go. Quilts are created of squares of varying materials, much like our lives. The outer lining of each life is made up of various experiences and components, both good and bad – yet God uses all these…

Victory and Defeat

As we journey through the 40 days of Lent, we think of the journey of our Lord. There are highs there are lows. Mankind has many victories. And many defeats. Jesus took all those defeats and transgressions upon himself. He gave us the victory. And he shall make all things new. Let’s listen.