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Recent Sermons

Here, you’ll find our five latest sermons.  To see more sermons from the past, please click here.


 

  • Freedom in Forgiveness
    Date: 4/8/2018 Title: Freedom in Forgiveness Speaker: Pastor Darryl J. Stalter Scripture: Matthew 18:21-35 Forgiveness is supposed to be at the center of the Christian faith. Yet, even as believers we seem to struggle with granting forgiveness. As such, it is often difficult to see any difference in the Church when it comes to forgiveness. We should be the most joyous and forgiving and grace filled people in all the earth, yet we often project bitterness and hurt. We live in a fallen world, with fallen people. As such, we are all going to experience hurt and disappointment in our […]
  • The Reality of the Resurrection
    Date: 4/1/2018 Title: The Reality of the Resurrection Speaker: Pastor Darryl J. Stalter Scripture: 1 Corinthians 15:1-28   In our world of naturalistic and materialistic preconceptions, it is often difficult to wrap our minds around the resurrection. Yet, in 1 Corinthians 15 the Bible makes it clear that the reality of the resurrection is central to the Christian faith and the foundation of the gospel message.  
  • An Intervention
    Date: 3/25/2018 Title: An Intervention Speaker: Pastor Darryl J. Stalter Scripture: Matthew 18:15-20 When a fellow Christian sins we have a tenancy to not involve ourselves, believing we are to “mind our own business”. And if a fellow Christian sins against us, we have a tenancy to just stay away from that person believing that “avoidance is better than confrontation”. These practices may sound good, but that is not to what Jesus calls us. In Matthew 18 Jesus calls us to intervene in order to bring about the restoration of the brother or sister.
  • Loose Rocks Ahead!
    Date: 3/18/2018 Title: Loose Rocks Ahead! Speaker: Pastor Darryl J. Stalter Scripture: Matthew 18:7-14   When hiking it is not uncommon to come to a warning sign cautioning of loose rocks ahead. If not heeded, the hiker may find themselves stumbling down the side of the trail. Likewise, in Matthew 18 Jesus warns us of the inevitability of stumbling blocks in our walks with Christ. Warnings if not heed can result in us finding ourselves in our spiritual lives stubbing our toes, slipping off gravely slopes, or worse yet being buried alive.
  • Greatness in Humility
    Date: 3/11/2018 Title: Greatness in Humility Speaker: Pastor Darryl J. Stalter Scripture: Matthew 18:1-6   Greatness. It is something to which our culture holds in high regard. Greatness is something to which we all aspire, or at least told we are to aspire. A greatness founded in our self effort, our achievements, and our self promotion. In Matthew 18 Jesus challenged this view of greatness by showing the way to greatness in His kingdom is found in humility.