Sunday Messages

The current sermon series is Lights In A Dingy Place.
A Study of the writings of Jeremiah and Ezekiel

About the Audio files:
  • Audio files - click the desired Audio link and you should be able to hear the message in streaming audio. You can also left click to save the file onto your own computer. Each file lasts between 20-40 minutes. Copies on CD can be obtained from the pastor.
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Check out the Audio from our Seminar on The End Times!!!


Lights In A Dingy Place
Date Passage Title Audio File
September 17 Leviticus 23:26-32 Shadow and Substance Audio
September 10 Leviticus 23:23-25 Feast of Trumpets - God's Wake-Up Call Audio
September 3 Ezekiel 40-48 Why Be Holy? Audio
August 27 Ezekiel 35-39 God's Future Transforms Our Past and Present Audio
August 20 Ezekiel 33-34 Watching the Watchmen Audio
August 13 Ezekiel 25-32 The Importance of Giving Thanks Audio
August 6 Ezekiel 24 Turning Up The Heat Audio
July 30 Ezekiel 20-23 The Ugliness of Sin Audio
July 23 Ezekiel 12-19 Funeral Dirge or Praise Chorus? Audio
July 16 Ezekiel 8-11 True Worship Audio
July 9 Ezekiel 6-7 The Lord My Striker Audio
July 2 Ezekiel 3:16-5:17 What Has Jesus Done For You Lately Audio
June 25 Ezekiel 2:1-3:15 Called To Be A Prophet Audio
June 18 Ezekiel 1 The Weight of Glory Audio
June 11 Jeremiah 22-23 Heading into Exile Audio
June 4 Jeremiah 11-20 God Can Take It Audio
May 28 Jeremiah 7-10 Signs of Sickness Audio
May 21 Jeremiah 3:6-6:30 The Burden of Love Revealed Audio
May 7 Jeremiah 2:1-3:5 Sign Language Audio
April 30 Jeremiah 1 We Are The Prophet Audio
April 23 2 Peter 1:16-21 Some Ground Rules Audio
April 16 Ephesians 2:1-10 Only God Can Audio
April 16 Dawn 1 Corinthians 15:20-24 Firstfruits Audio
April 13 John 16:31-33 Alone . . . Not Audio

See also the following:
Current notes - the notes provided in the church bulletin for the most recent sermon.
Archives page - click here to view information for past sermons (goes back to Fall of 2006).

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