Pastor Mark Kleinheksel continues his series called “Living the Five.” Scripture passages are – Luke 10:1-2 and Romans 10:1-17.
This message is from our “Living the Five” Sermon Series.
Coming into contact with the Living God causes something inside human beings to change. Our desires for God begin to overtake our desires for the things of this world. This growth in Christ causes us to change and in turn desire for those around us to change.
Preached by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel on February 3, 2019.
Sermon preached on January 27, 2019 by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel. This is the second sermon in our series “Living the Five” where we are looking at what Scripture says about how we are meant to live our lives. We are called to love God and love others, how do we do that?
Living the Five is a study on what it means to be the Church – the family of God – the Body of Christ. Pastor Mark, on January 20, preached on Romans 12 about what it looks like to live as a functional body. Each person is called to use their gifts for the good of the body and the world; what does this functionally look like? What gifts do you have?
Sermon by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel on 1 Corinthians 9:8 given on January 13, 2019. We have all been immensely blessed by God so that we can in turn be a blessing to others. We find so many excuses as to why we cannot be a blessing to others; God tells us a different narrative.
Sermon by Chad Benkert on January 6, 2019.
As we begin 2019, Chad urges us to break down our fences (or masks or facades) and allow others to really see and experience who we really are. The Church needs real community. Authenticity is the only way this truly happens.
Preached by our Worship Director and Seminarian, Cameron Beidler, on December 30, 2018.
Both John the Baptist and Jesus spent time in the wilderness, preparing for the future, before beginning their public ministry. This preparation allowed them to hold true to the truth when facing their personal deserts. Knowing God and loving God give us a way out of our deserts. In this new year, let us commit ourselves more fully to our all-powerful God.
Preached on December 24, 2018 by Mark Kleinheksel.
The Savior of the world was born into the world in order to save the world. God in flesh has come to make all things new. Jesus is the Messiah – the Christ – the anointed one – the lord – the chosen one.
Preached by Mark Kleinheksel on December 23, 2018.
John the Baptist, cousin of Jesus, was born to pave the way for Jesus. This is a big job, but John had the Holy Spirit with Him to guide Him. In this message, Mark Kleinheksel talks about our need to make ourselves smaller while making God bigger.