Sunday Messages Archive
Duane Schmidt speaks about reaching out to those around us with God’s love. (Message begins at 06:56)
Pastor Rich preaches on using wisdom in our daily lives (Message begins at 06:50).
The story of how David became recognized as the next-in-line king and, despite being pursued by King Saul, he chose not to take advantage or cause harm to King Saul. We too should allow God to take care of our foes rather than taking revenge on them. (Message begins at 07:15.)
We sometimes convince ourselves that 90% obedience to God’s will is good enough, but lessons from Saul and David teach us otherwise. God does not want us to give him almost everything in our lives, but total surrender to His way. (Service includes a baby dedication and message begins at 16:26.)
God uses the underdog Gideon and his 300 men to bring unimagineable victory for His people. And sometimes the person seemingly fit for “success” is not quite so great. (Message begins at 07:00.)
How does the God’s character change, if at all, from the Old Testament to the New Testament revelation of Jesus Christ? (Message begins at 03:48.)
As we read the book of Deuteronomy, we ask: Is this really just a big review? Why? Maybe there’s a reason… (Message begins at 03:42)
Who is the good guy in this story from the book of Numbers? Whose example should we be following? (Message begins at 04:10.)
As we enter the Book of Numbers, and Israel prepares to enter the Promise Land, will we keep trusting God for the little things and the huge things? (Message begins at 06:10.)
Pastor Rich preaches from Leviticus about God’s holiness and how we can share in His holiness through Jesus Christ. (Message begins at 06:22)
Pastor Rich speaks on how God gives the Law of the 10 Commandments – reteaching humanity how to live with him and with each other; or in other words, how to love God and love neighbor. (Message begins at 08:09)
Pastor Nate preaches from Exodus 3-6 about the life and call of Moses as he goes from a life of luxury to homelessness to leader of millions of people; and how we are all called to something great! (Message begins at 01:32.)
Joseph’s story in Genesis, with all of its ups and downs, reminds us that we can trust in God’s faithful love. We’re reminded that God can take even our worst circumstances and use them for our good and the good of others. (Message begins at 09:30.)
The story takes a dark turn in Genesis 3 as sin enters the picture, corrupting every relationship we were created to enjoy – with God, with each other, with the earth, and even with ourselves. But God doesn’t give up on us. (Message begins at 05:32.)
Pastor Rich kicks off The Bible Experiment and covers Genesis 1-2: the story of Creation and Adam & Eve. (Message begins at 09:46.)
Pastor Nate speaks about how the Bible is God’s revelation to us and how it reveals to us who we really are. Nate also speaks about the upcoming Bible Experiment in 2011. (Message begins at 02:22.)
This was one of our best services of the year. It included many traditional carols and tunes, a really cool video about what the nativity story would have looked like on Facebook, and a lot of candles. (Message begins at 02:10.)
Pastor Rich’s second message in the Advent season. (Message begins at 10:10.)
Here are interesting stories of characters in the family tree leading up to Jesus’ birth. (Message begins at 08:04.)
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Pastor Rich offers the first message in the Advent season. (Message begins at 09:42.)
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Pastor Rich wraps up the series dealing with money. (Message begins at 09:49.)
Pastor Rich continues in the money series. (Message begins at 07:34.)
Pastor Rich begins a new three part series on the topic of how we use money.
Pastor Rich discusses topics such as ghosts, spirits, and other supernatural things. (Message begins at 07:27.)
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Pastor Rich Schmidt continues with the sixth and final message in series. (Message begins at 10:20.)
Associate Pastor Nate Stults speaks about families and how God works in even dysfunctional ones. (Message begins at 0:43.)
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