SUNDAY ACTIVITIES
drive-in service – 8am
sunday school – 9:30am
traditional worship – 11am

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Series: Lord’s Prayer: #4: “Forgive As We Forgive” (Matthew 18:21-22 and 6:12,14-15) – John Gill

Sermons Series:  Lord’s Prayer  #4 Forgive Us As We Forgive” Matthew 18:21-22  and  Matthew 6:12,14-15  (NIV) “Now,” said the Sunday school teacher, “can anyone tell me what we must do before we can expect to be forgiven of our sins?”  “Well,” said a little boy, “I suppose that first we gotta sin!” None of us are exempt in that department, are we? …

Series: Lord’s Prayer: #3 “Our Daily Bread” (Matthew 6:25-26,31-34; Matthew 6:11) – John Gill

Lord Teach Us to Pray:  “The Lord’s Prayer” Sermon Series #3:  “Give us this day our daily bread…” Matthew 6:11 (NIV) and Matthew 6:25-35 (NIV) You know, it’s amazing the misconceptions children can have about things, simply because they don’t understand the meaning of words they hear used.  For instance, growing up I always had trouble saying the blessing our family often…

Series: The Lord’s Prayer: #2: “Thy Kingdom Come” (Matthew 6:10; Revelation 11:15-17) – John Gill

Sermon Series:  The Lord’s Prayer #2  “Thy Kingdom Come…” Revelation 11:15-17 (NIV); and Matthew 6:10 (KJV) A father was upset because his son was so Biblically illiterate.  To make his point, he said, “You probably don’t even know the Lord’s Prayer!”  “Oh, yes I do,” the boy said proudly, “Oh yeh? Then prove it!”  “Now I lay me down to sleep, I…

Series: Lord’s Prayer: #1: Our Father (Matthew 6:9; John 8:18-19) – John Gill

Sermon Series:  The Lord’s Prayer:  #1:  “Our Father…” Matthew 6:9 (KJV);  John 8:18-19 (NIV) If I were to ask you what the most repeated passage of the Bible was, what would you say?  – The 23rd Psalm?  John 3:16?  The Golden Rule?  Certainly these are all familiar passages that we repeat so often that many of us have committed them to memory. …

Series: Deadly Sins: #7: Gluttony, Craving Spiritual Junk Food (John 6:25-35) – John Gill

Series: Deadly Sins #7 Gluttony, Craving Spiritual Junk Food John 6:25-35 (NLT) In a book of history written by Thomas Costain entitled, The Three Edwards, he described the life of Raynald III (a fourteenth century Duke in what is now Belgium).  Grossly overweight, Raynald was commonly called by his Latin nickname, “Crassus,” which means “fat.” After a violent quarrel, Raynald’s younger brother,…

Series: Deadly Sins: #6: Lust, The Counterfeit Love (1 Thessalonians 4:1-8) – John Gill

Series: Deadly Sins.  #6 Lust, The Counterfeit Love 1 Thessalonians 4:1-8 (NLT) When my parents were still living, they always gave Terri and me a subscription to Reader’s Digest as one of their Christmas presents.   While all the articles were interesting, the first places I always turned to were those sections that contained humorous anecdotes sent in by readers.  In one month’s…

Series: Deadly Sins: #5: Greed, The Poverty of Wealth (Luke 12:16-21) – John Gill

Seven Deadly Sins Series: #5 Greed, The Poverty of Wealth Luke 12:15-21 (NIV) .A woman named Roxanne Malecek sent the following anecdote in to Today’s Christian Woman magazine: “My second grader, Rachael, recently discovered that, when one of her friends lost a tooth, the friend received ten dollars from the Tooth Fairy.  When Rachael realized that the Tooth Fairy only gave her…

Series: Deadly Sins: #4: Sloth, Too Lazy to Care (Prov. 6:6-11 and Heb. 6:10-12) – John Gill

  Series: Deadly Sins  #4: Sloth, Too Lazy to Care Proverbs 6:6-11  and  Hebrews 6:10-12 (NIV) Today we have reached the halfway mark in our series on “The Seven Deadly Sins” – seven aspects of our sinful nature that centuries ago the church identified as deadly threats to our spiritual well-being.  So far, we have considered the sins of pride, envy, and…

Unity Service: “Three Churches, One Purpose”

Three congregations share our Open Door campus.  This service was combined to celebrate our unity in Christ. The service included worship music and a testimony from all three churches.  We will hold these Unity services every fifth Sunday (months that have five Sundays), or four times per year.