Showing messages with topic of Salvation
By Bill Ehlers on October 27, 2019
Romans 8:28 is probably the second most well-known and used verse in the evangelical Christian's Bible vocabulary. The big question is beyond do we know what it means. The biggest question is, do we believe it to be absolutely true in our lives and in the lives of others. Bill Ehlers presents us with this challenge to help us understand what...
By Danny MacKay on September 29, 2019
God has commissioned us to proclaim the Gospel to the lost and to make disciples who will grow in Christian maturity, able to evangelize and disciple others. Special guest speaker, Danny McKay (Equip)
By Brad Quiring on September 8, 2019
1 Corinthians 11:23-32. Communion is a vital part of every church and Christian's life. It was instituted by Jesus Himself. We have been called to practice communion and to do it carefully. This care means we must take a deep look at ourselves, evaluate our motives and our reasons not just for what we do, but for whom we are participating.
By Brad Quiring on August 18, 2019
In Judges 4, God was rescuing Israel from their own troubles...again. Deborah had been named as a judge over Israel by God and she led the way to victory, all the while holding the hand of the General who wouldn't go to battle without her. Jael was faced with a brutal decision, but took the steps necessary to ensure the...
By Brad Quiring on August 4, 2019
Do you feel like you're surrounded by hungry wild animals in your life? Schedules, finances and people can make you feel like you're surrounded with no way out. God is always faithful to His children and he will watch out for you. Your faith in him, expressed by your godly life, will save you from the lions and everyone will...
By Brad Quiring on July 21, 2019
Daniel 3. Three young men were faced with a huge fiery test: do something directly against their faith, morals and ethics, or be burned to death. When we hold firm to our faith in Jesus Christ and live the lifestyle of loving God and loving our neighbour, we will face a backlash from our society, even from our closest friends and...
By Brad Quiring on July 7, 2019
This is the last message of our "Share" series. It wraps up what we have learned over the month with the reminder that we are all called and equipped to share the Gospel with all creation. Mark 16:9-20.
By Brad Quiring on April 19, 2019
The "Messed Up" series changes to Cleaned Up through the power, person and work of Jesus Christ. Good Friday is the day we recognize that Jesus’ died for our sins. Our sins made us impure and dirty before God. We were unworthy to be with God. But Jesus’ blood and his life make us completely clean from all sin.
By Brad Quiring on March 7, 2019
We're beginning our new series called "Messed Up". This week has to do with the origin of sin and how it has affected everything. We'll look at answers to the question of "Why is there evil and disasters?", "Why do people do evil things?", "Why do bad things happen to good people?" and finally give the hope that is found...
By Brad Quiring on February 3, 2019
We begin a new series this month: Gen-R-Us. We are to be generous. Generous with time, money and talents. We can be generous because God himself his generous. He gives us everything we need in abundance. He helps us in our times of need. He listens to us. He forgives us time and time again. This week we look at...
By Brad Quiring on January 27, 2019
Sin makes us dirty. Jesus cleanses us. Baptism represents what Jesus did for us by dying on the cross and then rising from the dead. His death took our sinfulness down with him to the grave and when he rose from the dead, we received new life, too. This new life is clean because of Jesus. Baptism also represents this...
By Brad Quiring on October 28, 2018
Symbols mean something. It is good for us to know what they mean and how they apply to our lives. Baptism is a symbol. Baptism, in and of itself, is not special, but the truth it symbolizes is very powerful. It represents Jesus' work to save us from our sins. We proclaim Jesus through baptism.
By Brad Quiring on September 30, 2018
We cannot be saved on our own. We need Jesus. How do we know this? We have a message: the Gospel, which means, literally, the Good News. We need this Good News in order to be saved from our sins and from God's punishment. We also need to proclaim this message to others.
By Lowell Ethier on August 19, 2018
Pastor Lowell Ethier will be sharing from his years of experience in churches and workplace. This week he takes us through what Jesus really did for us and how we are so blessed. Join us for a special blessing from passionate follower of Jesus. Read ahead to Romans 5:1-11
By Lowell Ethier on August 12, 2018
How pleasant it would be to walk with Jesus, right? While our eternal future with Jesus is bright and pleasant, the journey there may be far from that. Yet, Jesus is still with us and we can get through it all through our faith and obedience. Pastor Lowell Ethier will be sharing from his years of experience in churches and...
By Bill Ehlers on July 22, 2018
There is a healthy guilt. The guilt that stings your conscience when you have done something wrong and caused pain. God intends us to feel guilty when we sin. God also provided the way to be cleansed from our sins and to have our guilt taken away, not just in the legal sense, but also in our personal feelings. Jesus...
By Brad Quiring on April 8, 2018
When the Good News of Jesus is proclaimed, there are two reactions: accept or reject. No one can sit on the fence. If you really listen to the message you will hear and find the Truth. If you choose to not listen and hear what you want to hear, you will reject Life. Are you listening? Read Acts 13:13-52
By Brad Quiring on April 1, 2018
1 Corinthians 15:12-28. Jesus died on the cross. He was buried. Had he stayed in the grave, he would be no better or different than any other human. But Jesus rose again from the dead. Both the cross and the grave are empty because Jesus is alive. Because Jesus is alive, we are alive, too, through faith in the fact of...
By Brad Quiring on March 30, 2018
Isaiah 53 – Jesus was our substitute on the cross (Galatians 3:13). He took upon himself all of God’s righteous and holy punishment reserved for us.
By Brad Quiring on March 25, 2018
The cross was very costly for Jesus. It cost Him His life. It was costly for God the Father, as it cost Him His son. But all this was done out of love for us. What will our response be? Do we live for ourselves and today, or do we live for Someone who is so much higher and greater?...