Ron Boomsma 2 Thessalonians 1:1-10 Proposition Statement: Judgment Day is good news for every Christian, and it is meant to shape and strengthen our hearts; so we must live today in light of that day. Introduction: In his second letter to the Thessalonians, the apostle Paul brings encouragement to a church experiencing confusion, disillusionment, and discou...Keep Reading
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This past Sunday I made an announcement to let you know about a process we are beginning toward hiring our next pastor. We very much desire each of you to be aware of this and pray for the Lord’s leading and provision throughout this process. Here is the clip from Sunday’s meeting in case you missed this important announcement....
An introduction to the Book of Revelation...
Sermon Series: The Affectionate Gospel Sermon Title: Gospel Culture: Respect and Esteem Your Leaders Ron Boomsma 1 Thessalonians 5:12-13a Introduction: Like a company or a family, a church possesses a particular culture in which its core values are best revealed through active engagement with its people. In the passage today, Paul addresses a gospel-informed "house...Keep Reading
9/29/19 Sermon Series: The Affectionate Gospel Sermon Title: Pleasing God in a Pagan World Lynn Baird 1 Thessalonians 4:1-10 Proposition Statement: Knowing God and His ways gives us both the desire and the power to be pleasing to Him. Introduction: Persecution against Christians in Thessalonica continued unabated, so the church needed encouragement. Initial...Keep Reading