Sermon: What The Song Says Speaker: Rev. Frank Jewett
Using phrases out of the familiar Christmas Carol, ‘Hark the Herald Angels Sing’ to support teachings out of John 17; Pastor Frank encourages the believers to ask to receive your gift of salvation; Use your gift when you receive it and be quick to proclaim to others how they can receive their gift. Our blood bought gift is ready to be delivered. It’s time for us to also discover the added benefits that accompany our salvation gift.
Sermon: A Loving Instinct Speaker: Rev. Frank Jewett
The whole Bethany family attended the meal Simon, the leper, hosted in Matthew 26. Pastor Frank pointed out that three of the gospels record the account of Lazarus’ and Martha’s sister and her anointing of Jesus. He compared Mary’s response to Jesus as well as Judas’ response to him and to her. A peek into the hearts of these two individuals has much to teach us about loving people with Christ’s Spirit who lives in us. #Loving Instinct
Sermon: The King of Hearts Speaker: Rev. Frank Jewett
Many people; even God minded people are feeling anxious these days. Emotional issues are affecting our hearts literally and figuratively. Pastor Frank Jewett gives us good news. ‘There is in our universe ‘A King of Hearts.’ One who can handle the heart issues with which each of us deals. Be encouraged as you move with Pastor Frank through the scriptures which clearly shows us all who it is who searches, transforms and changes hearts today.
Jesus was not asking us to go back to being children again in Matthew 18:2-6. Pastor Frank R. Jewett explains how Jesus used his illustration of a child to teach his disciples Humility. Watch as pastor mixes in present day politics to illustrate his points. Jesus’ example of humility is rehearsed as the congregation prepares for sharing communion together.
Sermon: For Me; He Died Speaker: Rev. Frank Jewett
Whenever Jesus repeats something to His disciples, we know that what He is saying something that is important. Pastor Frank has identified, beginning in Matthew 16:2; a repeated statement of he believes God wants us to hear clearly today. Believing these truths will encourage you and strengthen your resolve to live for Jesus confidently in these challenging days.
Sermon: Bring it to Jesus Speaker: Rev. Frank Jewett
Though Jesus was in need of a place to mourn and refresh Himself; He pushed through to minister to the weak and the sick. Pastor Frank highlights three key statements in Jesus’ Feeding of the five thousand in Mt 14. These key statements are more than relevant for each of us who are following Jesus today. We #his leftovers
Sermon: Looking Toward the Goal Speaker: Rev. Frank Jewett
Pastor Frank quotes Rev. Clint Taber saying, ‘everything recorded in the Bible is related to the one theme: God’s formation of a people who would live in fellowship with Him . . .forever.’ The goal is not to be looking at a pile of ashes at the ‘end of the age’ but instead a population of people, where righteousness dwells, where love is supreme, where deception and lying and even death are no longer a part of the human equation. Matthew 13 is Pastor Frank’s text for the message.
Sermon: The Wrath of God: It’s Optional Speaker: Rev. Frank Jewett
Using Psalm 81, Pastor Frank takes us through at least four strong facts that God wants us to know in these days. The security we have in Christ is what is helping many of us get through life’s challenges today. Come learn what God has to say. Watch your faith grow. Let His Spirit fill you with hope.
Sermon: This is What the Lord Says Speaker: Rev. Frank Jewett
No person, thing or situation can out do or out smart our God. Pastor Frank shows from a study in Isaiah 45 that God is able to use even the resources in the world to accomplish his purposes. Sometimes even those of his enemies. Four other key elements in the chapter were highlighted as being priorities that the Lord wants to say to us in these last days of history.
Sermon: When All is Said Speaker: Rev. Frank Jewett
The election of a president in our country has always been an excuse to say obnoxious things in braggadocios ways. The Assyrian king in Isaiah 36 is used by Pastor Frank to illustrate how the point. We would do well to practice what the folks did on the wall when they heard his rantings. They knew and so do we who it is who is really the number one guy in town. They knew too who is was who is going to have the last say, When All else Is Said.