— Last Sunday's Sermons —
Trust in God’s CONTROL, celebrate God’s CALLING, embrace the way the gospel FREES you from slavery and continue to keep the gospel PURE and unmixed as a doctrinal truth along with a HEART guide.
A MAN WHOSE MESSAGE YOU CAN TRUST – as false teachers attack Paul in order to undermine the TRUE GOSPEL, the Spirit of God instructs believers about a life of credibility, a life of integrity, and life worth following. A message for parents, husbands, ministry leaders, employees and employers and more.
This Gospel comes directly from God, by God, to the apostle Paul (and the other apostles) to us and the message starts with bad news and ends up being really good news – if we respond to God’s grace, through Faith, in Christ alone.
Paul fights for the TRUTH of justification by grace, through Faith in Christ alone. This Sunday will help you articulate the true gospel, expose the errors attacking around the gospel and cause you to treasure the gospel in your own life in a great way.
We start the book of GALATIANS – FREEDOM! The true gospel of grace by faith in Christ alone brings spiritual freedom! This is a book needed in our day.
This Sunday, is FBC future plans, FBC family conference – We will look at the scripture and apply it specifically the past, present and future of FBC.
Shawn Farrell is preaching the final sermon in the “Shocking Christ” series. Shawn is walking us through Jesus’ words to the thief on the cross from Luke 23.
Chris is preaching out of Mark 14 with a sermon titled, “A Pressure You Don’t Experience”. In the gospels we get a glimpse of our Lord that may shock you!
Shannon will be preaching an awesome message this Sunday, as a part of The Shocking Christ sermon series, from Matthew 6 on “Jesus’ Shocking Demand.” You will be encouraged and challenged!
Patrick Levis, continues in our Shocking Jesus summer series, he will preach from Luke 7 as we see Jesus’ shocking love and forgiveness.
Luke 8 will spur you on in your efforts to work hard for the kingdom and love people even when you’re tired. It will show you how Jesus handled exhaustion and demanding crowds in a way that honored His Father and fulfilled His responsibilities with love and tenderness towards people.
We return to an earlier time in Jesus’ ministry, on a ridge near Capernaum, overlooking the Sea of Galilee. He preached the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7) and by the time he finished, “the crowds were amazed at his teaching.” I can’t promise that for this Sunday, but I’m confident that you will understand just how radical the call to follow Jesus really is.
We will be kicking off our NEW summer series: Shocking Christ: The Jesus You May Not Know. The series will take us into different aspects of Jesus’ life that are unexpected, in some cases shocking, but always hugely encouraging.