2015/12/06 – White Christmas

Speaker: Steve Siefkes

The birth of Jesus is recorded in two gospels, Matthew and Luke.  Mark starts with His baptism.  John shows His invasion into humanity by demonstrating His eternal existence as God.  Paul simply states He was born of a woman, Galatians 4:1-6.  Because of His birth we have an opportunity to have a white Christmas every year.

2015/11/29 – Who dwells in your heart? – The Tabernacle & It’s Meaning For Us Today.

Speaker: Rick Lorenson

God has gone through extraordinary effort to dwell with us. He longs to forgive, cleanse, guide, provide, hear from, and lead us. He wants to commune and fellowship with us, his people. But he will not force us, we have to let him.

2015/11/22 – Idle Words

Speaker: Steve Siefkes

An old proverb states, “Three things once released will not return again: an opportunity neglected, an arrow released from its bow, and a word spoken in haste.” Words can cause great injury. His design is that words give grace and are to build up the individual as needed. We must be careful with our words.

2015/11/15 – God Is Sovereign

Speaker: Steve Siefkes

John MacArthur states, “No doctrine is more despised by the natural mind than the truth that God is absolutely sovereign. Human pride loathes the suggestion that God orders everything, controls everything, rules over everything. The carnal mind, burning with enmity against God, abhors the biblical teaching that nothing comes to pass except according to His eternal decrees. Most of all, the flesh hates the notion that salvation is entirely God’s work. If God chose who would be saved, and if His choice was settled before the foundation of the world, then believers deserve no credit for their salvation.”  God is sovereign in His… (listen on).

2015/11/01 – The Under-Shepherd

Speaker: Steve Siefkes

The Good Shepherd gave His life for His sheep. He calls them and they respond to His voice.  Yet in this dispensation of the church age, He has placed Under-shepherds to fulfill His plan.  He tells the pastors to shepherd the sheep.