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Win Against Sin – Spiritual Warfare


We enjoyed having one of our young men present God’s Word to us Sunday evening, Mason McCourt.  Excited to have a part in the development of these godly young men and women through our church.

Mason covered a lot of territory in Scripture but he utilized Ephesians 6 as well as many other passages.  Listen along and be reminded of how our God gives us the victory over sin and the devil.  Christ is the great Conqueror.  I have also included a link to the video he had us watch to conclude his message.

Ephesians 6:10-20

Preached Sunday evening, August 11, 2019 by Mason McCourt

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When God works in us, we work better

Another profound statement from Paul for us to consider a while.  Work out that salvation within you for it is God working in you to desire and do according to His good pleasure.  We all could use a good workout, especially of our spiritual life in Christ.  An evidence of His Spirit in us is the desire to work towards being more like Christ.

Also included is one more graduate being honored.  We are thankful and love this generation of young people.

Philippians 2:12 – 13

Preached Sunday morning, May 26, 2019 by Pastor Brad D. Harris

To Live is Christ and to Die is Gain

The apostle Paul inspired generations of Christ-followers with his simple but profound life-statement, “for to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.” We examine that statement here in Philippians to challenge ourselves to pursue that ideal with all our being as Paul had found satisfying in his day.

It is also a touching time of year as some of our kids (who have been clandestinely growing up) are hitting the milestone of high school graduation.   We included some audio as we honor two of our guys transitioning to adulthood.  We are indeed blessed with these and many other fine young people.

Philippians 1:19-30

Preached Sunday morning, May 19, 2019 by Pastor Brad D. Harris