Christmas Eve Worship with the church family and many from our community.
Author: Scott Snyder (Scott Snyder)
He Came to Restore, Deliver, and Help
These are three of the lesser-known acts of Christ. But the effect that they have on us is great! Check out Pastor Scott's sermon.
He Came to Make Peace and War
Well that sounds harsh! Jesus came to make peace and war? Pastor Scott explains how both can be, and were true.
He Came to Do the Will of His Father
"He Came..." means so much. The first thing that Pastor Scott is bringing out is the face that Christ came to do the will of His Father.
Fear God Alone
When we try to look perfect on the outside to people, we are on the fast track to hypocrisy(we need to fear God, not man). Jesus taught the disciples about this principle in this chapter of Luke, and Pastor Scott then taught us, as well.
Being religious is a good thing. No?
The Pharisees were the definition of "religious". Jesus gave them an earful about how their priorities were wrong. We can learn much from this passage!
It’s Pretty Simple, Actually.
To be blessed by God, we need to hear and be obedient to His Word. Pastor Scott takes us through the next section of Luke, where this is taught.
It’s Pretty Simple.
In order to be blessed, we need to hear and obey the Word of God.
Therefore, be careful not to let the darkness of sin and evil keep you from that blessedness.
Pick a Side
Spiritual neutrality is impossible. Sometimes we like to think we are riding the fence between following the world, and following Christ. But truly, there is no middle ground.
Are you sincere in your prayers?
"Don't pray like the hypocrites." We've heard this before, but what does it mean? Pastor Scott helps us search our hearts about the motivation of our prayers.