Thoughts of Thorns and Crowns

Jesus drank down every drop of sin judgment upon Himself. World still weaves crown of thorns to put upon Christ. Our sin brought the thorns into the world that went upon that sacred head. Make your nest among His thorns. (Matthew 27:27-31) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller Sermon # 11664 7:00 )M on 4/17/2019

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Two Windows

Do we let God see into us? All the rooms of our house? We also look out with God, others look upon us. We have a mission because of what God says in us. We are looking out at world that needs God. Others see what you have and our hungry for what we have. […]

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Alive and Filled with the Spirit

Peter denied knowing Jesus. Later, he boldly proclaimed Christ. The Holy Spirit in him and us makes all the difference. Like Peter, we are  fearful, shameful, and guilty. The Spirit makes reality of Cross believable and powerful in us. (Mark 14:66-71; Acts 2:3-17; Ephesians 5:14-18) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller Sermon # 11445 9:00 AM on 4/1/2018

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No Way to Make Men Good

All of us have the ability to be really bad. The only answer for our lives is too deal with the roots. Draw near to God; humble yourself and come to Him. (Matthew 3:10) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller, Pastor Peter Westera Sermon # 11348 9:00 AM on 10/15/2017    

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Judgment According to Truth

We are naturally self-righteous in thinking we know better. Trapped in our little worlds, we lock into our battles. God’s tabernacle is open wide for every small one to nest. (Psalm 84:1-6; Romans 1:29-2:3) Speaker(s) Pastor Thomas Schaller, Bryan Ackerman Sermon # 11120 9:00 AM on 9/11/2016

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Each of us shall come before Jesus. The things we have done will come up and we shall be rewarded according to our operation in grace by the Spirit. Our relationship to Him in our new birth leads us in running the race of faith. (1 Corinthians 3:10-15) Speaker(s) Pastor Thomas Schaller, Pastor Alan Leitner […]

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The Weight of Small Things

Our faith represents an end of religion. We don’t do things so they would add up to establish our righteousness. Expressions of love and grace outside of our circles that make an impact. (Luke 6:20-38) Speaker(s) Pastor Thomas Schaller Sermon # 10991 7:30 PM on 1/27/2016  

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Introduction Pastor John Hadley – Message: The Cross and prayer show how diversity works in the Body of Christ. The message of grace sets us free from mere opinions and draws us together. God carries us and let us give Him no rest in prayer. He wants to be very, very personal to us. (1 Corinthians 1:10) […]

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