Feb 21, 2016
Don’t Call Me, I’ll Call You
Series: None
In Acts 24:25 (17-27), Paul is before the governor Felix, who, after hearing the gospel, says, in essence, "Let me get back to you on that." This sermon explores "spiritual procrastination," the putting off of spiritual decisions, that can cause us to miss out on God's best for our lives.
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  • Feb 21, 2016Don’t Call Me, I’ll Call You
    Feb 21, 2016
    Don’t Call Me, I’ll Call You
    Series: None
    In Acts 24:25 (17-27), Paul is before the governor Felix, who, after hearing the gospel, says, in essence, "Let me get back to you on that." This sermon explores "spiritual procrastination," the putting off of spiritual decisions, that can cause us to miss out on God's best for our lives.
  • Feb 14, 2016The Most Excellent Way
    Feb 14, 2016
    The Most Excellent Way
    Series: None
    While we often associate excellence in the Christian life with giftedness and the trappings of success, the Apostle Paul points the church at Corinth to "the most excellent way," which is the way of love, which is spelled out in 1 Cor. 13.
  • Jan 10, 2016The Glory of His Presence Pt. 2
    Jan 10, 2016
    The Glory of His Presence Pt. 2
    Series: None
    This is the second half of the first installment of this sermon, based on Isaiah 6:1-8. In this message, Pastor Charles explores the effects of Isaiah's vision of the Lord in terms of his having been enabled to see God as he is, see himself as he is and therefore to hear the call of God. This is the first half of Jan. 10's sermon, which was to be continued on Jan. 17. However, a cd recorder malfunction prevented us from making the second installment available. The first sermon is presented in two 1/2 hour segments, of which this is the second.
  • Jan 10, 2016The Glory of His Presence Pt. 1
    Jan 10, 2016
    The Glory of His Presence Pt. 1
    Series: None
    This is the first half of the first installment of this sermon, based on Isaiah 6:1-8. In this message, Pastor Charles explores the effects of Isaiah's vision of the Lord in terms of his having been enabled to see God as he is, see himself as he is and therefore to hear the call of God. This is the first half of Jan. 10's sermon, which was to be continued on Jan. 17. However, a cd recorder malfunction prevented us from making the second installment available. The first sermon is presented in two 1/2 hour segments.
  • Jan 3, 2016Renewed Day By Day
    Jan 3, 2016
    Renewed Day By Day
    Series: None
    2 Cor. 4:16-18, Isaiah 40
  • Nov 22, 2015What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
    Nov 22, 2015
    What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
    Series: None
    Text: Joshua 3:1-5
  • May 10, 2015The Law of the Spirit of Life
    May 10, 2015
    The Law of the Spirit of Life
    Series: Romans 8
    This sermon looks at the reason for the promise in Romans 8:1. There is no condemnation, because the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has set us free from the law of sin and death? What is the law of sin and death, and how does the law of the Spirit of life free us from its grip?
  • May 10, 2015What Part of “No” Don’t You Understand?
    May 10, 2015
    What Part of “No” Don’t You Understand?
    Series: Romans 8
    Some think that Romans 8:1 contains the greatest promise in the Bible: "There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus." In this sermon, Pastor Charles poses the question, "What part of no don't you understand?" If "yes" means "yes" concerning every promise in scripture, then "no" must certainly mean "no" in this awesome declaration by the Apostle Paul.
  • Apr 26, 20155 Conditions to Answered Prayer
    Apr 26, 2015
    5 Conditions to Answered Prayer
    Series: None
    This sermon explores five conditions for an effective prayer life from a biblical perspective.
  • Apr 19, 2015Proper Perspective
    Apr 19, 2015
    Proper Perspective
    Series: None
    Hebrews 12:1-3 exhorts us to run the Christian race with passion, purpose, and perspective. This perspective includes our consideration of three areas: 1. Consider them (those who have run before us, e.g., the Saints in Heb. 11);  2. Consider ourselves;  3. Consider Jesus.