Series by Pastor Mark about our Spiritual thirst being satisfied by the living water of Christ. Psalm 107:9 “For he satisfies the longing soul, and the hungry soul he fills with good things.” Part 1- 4/15/2018 Part 2- 4/22/2018
Tag-team sermon by Pastors Gene and Charlotte Weaver about operating in Godly Wisdom 12.31.2017
Sermons from Christmas Eve and Christmas Morning by Pastor Mark over Christmas and the TRUTH in the season! Christmas Eve! Christmas Morning!
Sermon by Pastor Charlotte focusing on the values of sowing and reaping, particularly touching on their personal story about how when we listen to God and follow his words, we can reap rewards outside of that we can imagine. God never lets the giver run out, whether its giving time, talent, or financial resources. The
Pastor Mark’s Series about how bad things can happen to good people, and yet we allow ourselves to be convinced that they cannot be overcome. This sermon is a reminder that we are in a constant battle in this world, but we are given the power through Christ and as God’s children to overcome. Even
Pastor Mark’s 2017 Easter Sermon tying together the old testament and the new to explain how Jesus acted as the veil, who when pierced, allowed the glory of God to fully be revealed to man, and how the old testament had analogous stories leading up to it that foreshadowed the one great event. Among other
Pastor Gene’s message on how our lives are set-up with a plan, and how upon being called we must be obedient. In particular, this focuses on the story of Saul (Paul) in the bible, and how Saul unbeknownst to him was obtaining the skills that he would use to become one of the most well
New series by Pastor Mark Kinman focusing in on Matthew 24. This passage focuses on how Jesus, who is our “master” is returning not in order to unite, but in order to divide. It is our decision on which side of the divide we want to be on…that which lives secularly and is corrupted or
Pastor Charlotte gives the word on 1-15-17 about how our economics are often times not in line with God’s economics, in that God can multiply our own efforts when we are utilizing our resources wisely and freely, and can leave us struggling financially when relying on our own means and methods. In the end, it
Pastor Mark walks through the immaculate conception and how God first promised a savior, delivered via the Virgin Mary, and then why it was so important for God to provide a savior. Only by becoming one of us could God properly communicate in a way that did not elicit fear or confusion, but in a
Series about how God and Jesus are our counsel. To counsel is to advise, to help, and to nourish. However we must humble ourselves to go to our counselor not only when we are proud, but in our times of trial, our times of weakness, and when we truly need help. Only when we do
John McVay’s sermon going through the book of Numbers, and how God’s provision has always been there for us, if only we stopped doubting so quickly and trying to find reasons for us to not trust in his promises. It talks about personal experiences about how others doubted what God had put on people’s hearts,
Pastor Mark reflects on current events about persecution of Jews and Christians and/or how Christianity is affected by surrounding cultures, and in particular ISIS and the recent attacks in Brussels. We are commanded to not be silent about our faith despite societal pressures to be quiet. This sermon ties this into King Xerxes and how
Series by Pastor Mark discussing how we need to be patient and trust God’s plan in our lives, and to remain faithful and not to take shortcuts. Yes, shortcuts that are through faith are acceptable, but those usurping it are not, such as the case of Abraham, Sarah, and Hagar in the Book of Genesis.
Rick Bell comes back to speak on 1/24/2016 to us on his ministry and experiences with ministering those to China, and how he has learned patience throughout ministry and in planting seeds, giving God time to work and not letting impatience and/or disappointment to steer us wrong. We need to learn to rely on faith,
Pastor Mark’s series on why our goals always fall short of God’s goals, expectations, and what he can deliver us. Not that setting goals isn’t a bad thing and trying to achieve positive change, but that we can do so much more by just simply letting God act in our lives and embrace what God
Pastor Mark’s series on how one way to sum up one of the main points of obedience that God wants from us is that we need to be Grateful. Nothing was ever accomplished by complaining…but through a grateful spirit we will be constantly ready and prepared to receive and to take positive affirmative steps to
Pastor Mark’s sermons about how we need to acknowledge in our hearts and minds that in the vast expanse of time, that nothing is unprecedented compared to God’s power and God’s knowledge. When faced with life, we need to keep our minds and hearts and ears open and to recognize that no matter what so
Pastor Mark’s series on the true meaning of Pentecost and the importance that Pentecost had in conjunction with the foundation of the church, passover (50 days after), and more importantly the transformation that occurred during the time between passover and Pentecost in many of the apostles. Part 1: Download Here! by right-clicking on blue text
Pastor Mark’s series on how God will always provide more than what we need spiritually if we learn to trust him and to follow in the path that he has laid down before us and continue to walk in his word. Acts that are performed with God’s power are always are much greater than those
Jimmy Cantwell’s Guest Sermon on 3-25-15 about how God’s love has been shown for us again and again throughout the bible from the days of Genesis through the deeds of Christ. Download Here! by right-clicking on blue text (control + click on Mac).
Pastor Gene’s sermon on 4-8-15 about how we need to seek the Kingdom of God and how to live life as a Christian and the full abundance that you will receive from living life the way Jesus intended us to. Special attention is spent focusing on the beatitudes and how we need to let go
Pastor Mark’s series on how we spend and waste our time worrying about things instead of focusing our lives on thankfulness and loving God and trusting him fully to provide for us and our needs. The missing peace for our piece is our faith in God, which we can continually cultivate through prayer and through
Faith Church’s own Jimmy Cantwell’s sermon on 1-21-15 going through many examples in the bible of how we let our minds and our knowledge betray our faith, and how we can become entrapped in worrying and thinking about ourselves instead of trusting in God’s word. A very fundamental, but powerful reminder of the basis of
Pastor Mark’s Message on 12/28/14 talking about grace, and how we need to stop trying to beat ourselves up over things we have not accomplished which often times lead to our New Years Resolutions that lead to short term changes in behavior, but not the long-lasting change we can only obtain through Christ. There is
Pastor Mark’s interesting take on the ugly sweater and fashion and how it relates to Christianity. I.e. the ugly sweater is now hip, as people were wearing something considered ugly with pride and made it fashionable. We as Christians need to do the same thing…we need to not be afraid that Christianity is unhip, and
Pastor Charlotte preaching on 11-5-14 about how we are the people of God’s covenant, and all the promises and joys of which God has given to his people belong to those who follow his covenant all in due time as long as we remain and stay faithful. Download Here! by right-clicking on blue text (control
Pastor Mark’s Sermons about how God always keeps his promises, and how the most meek and humble of us can do the will of God to retain his favor, as explained graphically by parts of the Old Testament where civilizations have turned against God in favor of satisfying their carnal nature. God’s word is never
Missionary Rick Bell’s sermon on 10-19-14 about how was long as we keep our eye on God’s promises through our troubles and difficulties, that we know the best is yet to come and that God is good and can make good from what we sometimes perceive as life’s problems by having confidence within our faith.
Pastor Gene’s sermon on 11-02-14 about how we are special in God’s eyes, and how from Genesis we know that we were created special in order to command over the creatures around us. Pastor Gene discusses in detail not only the biblical basis for this, but what it means for us as God’s chosen people.
Pastor Mark on 8-20-14 upon his return from a mission trip to Jamaica explaining why God’s word is love, and how the truth and love are in the simplicity and of the directions provided, no matter how uncomfortable it may make us feel at times, analogous to the words a loving parents gives to their
Pastor Mark’s sermon on God’s promises and the story of Abraham and about how God will protect us and give us everything we need in due time if we just trust God. In particular, we are reminded how what is of this world is flawed and can lead to unintended consequences. Download Here! by right-clicking
Pastor Mark’s sermons on God’s covenant and how if we act in accordance and please God, that we will be fulfilled. In particular, we are reminded how what is of this world is flawed and how only what has God’s blessing will truly blossom and fill us up. Part 1: (7-16-14) Download Here! by right-clicking