Pastor Moore relates hardships that Abraham Lincoln had to endure throughout his life and how that enabled him to be empathetic for another's loss. How much more then can Jesus support us in the hardships that we face.
Steve Spooner applies the story of Jonah to our own lives how we may have fled like Jonah did and how God has given each of us another chance too.
Pastor Moore presents the realization, that he came to over many years, that through the beatitudes Jesus is instructing us how to walk in the narrow way and the surprising truth that it is not all about rules and regulations.
James Hail invites us to appreciate Jesus' sacrifice more fully.
Pastor Moore talks about the trials, the tests, that we go through and God's greatest demonstration of love.
Pastor Van Arsdale draws a parallel between the story of the storm upon the sea in the book of Jonah and the gospel.
The goal for our lives is to focus on Jesus. Pastor Moore explores what the focus of Jesus' life was.
Mr. Evans addresses what we classify as interruptions in our lives and how they just might be from God.
Mr. Hail guides us through the church's position on Ellen G. White as the spirit of prophecy that is mentioned in the Bible.
Mrs. Mattson relates how Satan, in so many ways, is shaping the identity of our kids and how we all need to work together with our kids to instill in them an identity anchored in Jesus.
Mr. Spooner show us, through the story of Jonah, how great God's love is for all of us and how Jonah needed to learn that truth too.
Pastor Moore talks about growing in righteousness by building on the Rock.
Pastor Van Arsdale shares advice for dealing with and relating to the coronavirus crisis. Please excuse us as we had a couple of technical issues recording this presentation but in the end no presented material was omitted.
Pastor Moore encourages us to practice Jesus' love in our relationships and talks about what to do in an abusive relationship.
Mr. Schnell reminds us that Christ coming has never been nearer and between now and then there are three doors of opportunity available to us.
Pastor Moore explores the parallels between Jesus' beatitudes and Psalm 32 and Jesus' great desire to extend us forgiveness like He did to David after David's affair with Bathsheba.
Mr. Hail encourages us to take advantage of this time in history that is given us to encourage and reach others as Esther was able to take advantage of her position as Queen to save many Jewish lives.
Jesus, the Lamb of God, provides us assurance of salvation and of His soon return.
Steve Spooner uses the story of the healing of the man at the Pool of Bethesda to teach us about Christ's care for us, both our healing and our growth.
Pastor Moore explores the image of the Bleeding Lamb and it's centrality to the Book of Revelation and our own lives.
Mr. Evans speaks again about interruptions and how God can use them as time outs to effect course corrections in our lives.
Inspirational stories from Adventist World Radio (AWR), reaching those who are "troubled by many things" because they are without Jesus.
Pastor Moore relates his favorite Bible story, the story of Abraham and Isaac, and how we should focus on the Lamb.
James Hail points to the story of Jesus and the woman at the well as demonstrating Jesus' focus on social activism. As followers of Jesus we should follow his example.
Pastor Moore relates events in Mary's, the mother of Jesus, life and other people's lives of how God worked in various ways in their lives. These treasured events inspire us in our walk and witness for Jesus.
Pastor Van Arsdale provides fascinating insights into puzzling aspects of Jesus' healing of two different blind men.
Our character is the only thing we will take to heaven. As Christians our character needs to be the same as the Father's character including his concern for the oppressed.
Meaningful and lasting relationships take a regular investment of time.
Pastor Jim Van Arsdale points out the many parallels between leprosy, in Jesus' day, and sin and how Jesus' sacrifice brings healing of sin to all of us who are incurable sinners.
God's messages are always appropriate and are evidence of His love and justice even if they come by way of something unpleasant or unexpected.
It's faith, not good works or bad works, that determine our salvation.
Elder Hail explores the identity of the King of the North, it's role at the end of time and it's attempt to divide God's people.
Pastor Schnell outlines how God is calling deep from His heart to find the deep in our heart. Won't you give yourself to Him today?
Isadore reminds us of the power of faith- that faith is only truly evident in the believer that acts on it. We all say "I believe, I believe" to the great stories of the Gospel, but are we acting on that faith. Isadore uses the example of Jonah, when Jonah was moved to preach to Nineveh, and the example of Cornelius in Acts, when Cornelius was moved to send his servants to Peter- to hear the Word!
Pastor Van Arsdale relates two rescue stories that have parallels to our waiting for the second coming of Jesus Christ.
Pastor Schnell talks about the difference and power of Christianity versus other religions.
Mr. Spooner explores the three words that John emphasizes in the first chapter of John which are "word", "light", and "life".
Mr. Kooser tells how he became a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and how God worked for him during the remainder of his time in the military.
Mr. Hamous looks into the meaning of "iniquity" in the Bible and what it means for our relationship with Christ.
As we see events that could usher in the end of time we need to make sure that we are in Christ.
Pastor Van Arsdale takes us on a slide tour of the excavations of the city of Jericho and explains how the archeological evidence supports the Biblical account of the fall of Jericho.
Pastor Schnell reminds us of God's great love and mercy extended to us.
Mr. Evans presents lessons in grace, God's grace to us, God's grace to others and our grace toward others.
Pastor Schnell shares thoughts on baptism, communion and our relationship with Jesus.
Nicole makes the distinction between what it means to be tired and weary and how leaning on God can keep us from becoming weary even if we become tired.
Pastor Schnell tells us about the new heart that God wants to give us and to make us new people.
Pastor Jim tells the story of Dave and how the Holy Spirit transformed Dave.
Pastor Schnell expounds on the good news of justification and on the importance of sanctification too.
Mr. Spooner explores the tender and tough qualities of Jesus and how these need to be exhibited in the Christian's life too.
Christmas program with various readings and instrumental selections.
Among other things the concept of salvation by faith has been "a new thing" throughout the centuries.