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Sermon Series

Sunday, October 14 - No Matter What

Erin Padgett

The scripture says that when we pass through the water and the fire God will not forsake us. The waters will not over flow us and we will not be burned. I have called you by name says our God, you are mine. My prayer for you on this Sunday is that the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob becomes your God, no matter what.

Isaiah 43:2
Dr. John M. Stephenson

Sunday, October 7 - Subject to Change

Erin Padgett

Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever. A sure anchor in the ever-changing world, Jesus always has and always will be. I see our lives in chapters. They are this way for a while, then things change and they are that way for a while, then, things change again. Dan Fogelberg wrote “Within our careful reasoning we search to no avail for the constant in the chaos, the fulcrum in the void”. Sometimes reasoning can’t get us there. A relationship. A leap of faith. An anchor is found in Jesus.

Hebrews 13:8
Dr. John M. Stephenson

Sunday, Sept 30 - P.O.V. Empathy through Mission

Erin Padgett

I will be wrapping up our study and discourse with finding Empathy through Mission. My text will be from the conclusion of the book of Romans, Chapter 16, verses 17 and 18. Strong words. Let our energy be spent in mission not division. Let our concerns be for the welfare of us all, not ourselves. Take a different path than dividing and offending.

Romans 16:17-18
Dr. John M. Stephenson

Sept 23 - POV Stretching Out with Our Feelings

Erin Padgett

Dealing with our feelings can be difficult. And in times of conflict, understanding other people’s feelings can be even more challenging to handle. This morning, we’ll be exploring the challenges in relating to others and having empathy for those we are in conflict with, and how through humility, patience, and love we can maintain “the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.”

Ephesians 4:1-6
Rev. Jeremy Herrington