In today’s sermon, Assistant Pastor Fred Stevens shows us how John the Baptist was preparing the people of his day as well as us today about the coming of the Savior.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Craig Kuhlman shows us that the Christian season of Advent is a season of anticipation of the coming of Jesus, where Jesus’ first coming was at his birth, then His coming to live in us and finally His coming in the future.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Craig Kuhlman shows us how important it is to have a spirit of thanksgiving in our hearts so that we can share God’s love and blessings with others in our community.
In today’s sermon, Elder Ronald Kelly shows us what it truly means to “be born again or born from above” and how we are now spiritually oriented and alive in Christ.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Craig Kuhlman shows us that because Jesus knows each one of us intimately and has cleansed us and has made us righteous, there’s no reason for any of us to feel any fear, shame, guilt or doubt
In today’s sermon, Assistant Pastor Manuel Hamme shows us, from Paul’s example, that we need to thankful to God for all His blessings He has given us and to realize that He will give us his peace and joy as we go through difficult times in our lives.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Craig Kuhlman shows us that we need to reflect upon the various names and titles of Jesus that John reveals in his gospel and how they might help us to become transformed into the likeness of Jesus.
In today’s sermon, Elder Larry Omasta shows us that it’s through the power of God’s love, and not by our own efforts, that we are able to forgive people who have deeply offended us, even though it’s so difficult to do.
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In today’s sermon, Pastor Craig Kuhlman shows us through the Gospel of John that we are definitely the children of God and what that truly means.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Craig Kuhlman shows us through John’s third letter our Christian legacy – that we are to continually walk in the truth by loving one another.