The following sermons are available for you to listen to on your computer at home.  You can listen through our built in media player, or you can right-click on the link to download the sermon to keep. If you select our media player, it can begin playing almost immediately. 

They begin with the most recent and move to older sermons. Check out the links on the right below for past series, our evening sermon series, or sermons of special interest. Please comment or ask questions below in the comment section!

January 21 – When the Flaws Get Bad

Scripture(s): Exodus 4-14; Numbers 22-23; Jonah 3-4

When we, or people around us, are living in sin we must not start believing that God’s hands are tied. No, when we humans are in rebellion or compromise God is still at work. It is the amazing part of God’s omniscience and omnipotence. Our God is never thwarted.

January 14 – Though a Host Encamp Against Me

Scripture(s): Psalm 27:1-3; Genesis 20; 1 Samuel 23; Genesis 50

People can be tough to live with. It isn’t just them, is it? We also are part of that struggle. We make mistakes. We sin. Sometimes people make us their enemy. Is God still working in such situations?

January 7 – God Remembers His Promises

Scripture(s): Genesis 8:1-12; Genesis 17:19; Luke 1:46-55

Why would God intervene in our lives? Most of us are not important, are we? Most of us don’t see ourselves as deserving, do we? So why does He intervene? He intervenes because God has made promises that He will surely keep.


Evening Sermons

Sermons of 2017

Sermons of 2016

Sermons of 2015

Sermons of 2014

Sermons of 2013

Sermons of Special Interest



Angels & Demons

The Blessing of Knowing God

Heavenly Thinking


Witnessing 101

Worship – Why?


Book Studies









1 Thessalonians


Older sermons from 2016 can be found here.

Click here for sermons from 2015



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