Jeremiah was a prophet to God’s people during Israel’s greatest crisis. What God said through him is very relevant to the church now as we face crisis in in our lives, church, and country.
|Mar 26 2017||There’s No Place Like Home (Jeremiah 29:1-14)||Mary Glenn|
|Mar 19 2017||The Inner Life of Jeremiah (Jeremiah 20:7-9 & 17:13-18)||Cindy Lee|
|Mar 12 2017||The Potter’s House (Jeremiah 18:1-12)||Kevin Haah|
|Mar 5 2017||Running with Horses (Jeremiah 12)||Kevin Haah|
|Feb 26 2017||When a Band-Aid Just Won’t Do (Jeremiah 6.13-15, 8.4-12, 18-22)||Delonte Gholston|
|Feb 19 2017||Talismans and Slogans (Jeremiah 7.1-29)||T. C. Moore|
|Feb 12 2017||The Foresaken Spouse (Jeremiah 2-3)||Kevin Haah|
|Feb 5 2017||Called (Jeremiah 1)||Kevin Haah|
Prayer is at the heart our faith. Prayer is conversation with God. If the center of our life is our relationship with God, then, conversation with God—prayer—has to be at the heart of our life. This series will be both theological and practical. The goal of this series is to lead us to experience a Prayer-FULL life, a broader, deeper, and consistent prayer life.
|Jan 24 2016||Potter’s Wheel Prayer (Jeremiah 18:1-6)||T. C. Moore|
|Aug 9 2015||Discovering Alien Life (Hebrews 11:8-16)||T. C. Moore|
Sermons which are not a part of a series.
|Aug 2 2015||Square Pegs (Jeremiah 29:4-13)||Joseph Barkley|
|Aug 21 2011||Seek the Shalom of the City (Jeremiah 29:4-14)||Kevin Haah|