Pastor Steve’s message is entitled “A Faith Refined Like Gold”, Living confidently for Jesus can often be an intense challenge, but through days of testing our faith is refined to be of greater value than gold.
Holding on to a vibrant faith through trials and adversity requires a persistence born of faith, praise and prayer. Steve Breen will continue his mini-series based on the song, “It Is Well With My Soul”, by looking at the second verse, “Though Satan should buffet, though trials should come – It is well”…
The book of Job tells the story of a faithful man of God who experienced the best of times and the worst of times. So, too, did the hymn writer Horatio Spafford, whose life was marked by both great blessing and unfathomable loss. Both men experienced peaceful waters and sorrow-filled breakers. How about you & […]
“Goodness, Grace, and Glory — From Praise to Prayer” is Pastor Steve’s message. In this study we will connect a celebratory song of King David with the model prayer taught by Jesus for his disciples. Key attributes of God Almighty are personalized as we bring praise and petitions to our Heavenly Father in the Lord’s […]
“The Key to Liberty, Love and Truth” is the title of Pastor Steve’s sermon on Sunday morning. How should Christians balance freedom and obedience to God’s law? The epistle of Galatians has been called the “Christian’s Declaration of Independence”. We will focus on how the power of the Holy Spirit enables Christians to enjoy freedom […]
Feasting on the Riches of His Grace is the title of Pastor Steve Breen’s sermon for the evening. Using the backdrop of a narrative from King David’s reign, the message will take a forward look toward June 18 when we celebrate the spiritual blessings of grace highlighted in Holy Communion.
Just because we are committed followers of Jesus does not mean that knotty interpersonal issues may not occasionally challenge our faith living. Pastor Steve Breen will look at the ministry of reconciliation as outlined by the apostle Paul in a very personal letter to his friend, Philemon.