Sermons

Sermons

2020SummerSeries

Micah

This lesson is a part of our 2020 Summer Series: “Hindsight – Rediscovering the Message of the Prophets.”
Finding Joy In The Journey

Joy In Humility

Handout For many Christians, I believe the most difficult biblical command to obey is “rejoice in the Lord always” (Philippians 4:4) because we tend to believe that joy is a matter of circumstance rather than perspective. But throughout the book of Philippians, Paul indicates that he was joy-filled and that we can be, too. In this series we study the book of Philippians to discover why Paul was so joyful despite difficult circumstances and how we can experience that same…
2020SummerSeries

Jonah

This lesson is a part of our 2020 Summer Series: “Hindsight – Rediscovering the Message of the Prophets.”
Finding Joy In The Journey

Joy In Persecution

Handout For many Christians, I believe the most difficult biblical command to obey is “rejoice in the Lord always” (Philippians 4:4) because we tend to believe that joy is a matter of circumstance rather than perspective. But throughout the book of Philippians, Paul indicates that he was joy-filled and that we can be, too. In this series we study the book of Philippians to discover why Paul was so joyful despite difficult circumstances and how we can experience that same…
Finding Joy In The Journey

Joy In Death

Handout For many Christians, I believe the most difficult biblical command to obey is “rejoice in the Lord always” (Philippians 4:4) because we tend to believe that joy is a matter of circumstance rather than perspective. But throughout the book of Philippians, Paul indicates that he was joy-filled and that we can be, too. In this series we study the book of Philippians to discover why Paul was so joyful despite difficult circumstances and how we can experience that same…
2020SummerSeries

Amos

This lesson is a part of our 2020 Summer Series: “Hindsight – Rediscovering the Message of the Prophets.”
Finding Joy In The Journey

Joy In Difficulties

Handout For many Christians, I believe the most difficult biblical command to obey is “rejoice in the Lord always” (Philippians 4:4) because we tend to believe that joy is a matter of circumstance rather than perspective. But throughout the book of Philippians, Paul indicates that he was joy-filled and that we can be, too. In this series we study the book of Philippians to discover why Paul was so joyful despite difficult circumstances and how we can experience that same…