Message # 5 | December 4, 2016 Why does a young child run into the kitchen with a torn and ragged piece of paper containing the drawing of – well, you never did figure that out. Why? Because they wanted you to see the evidence of their work and creativity. They want to hear, “Wow! […]CONTINUE READING AUDIO VERSION AVAILABLE!
Message # 4 | November 27, 2016 | Pastor Sturgill There is a legend of Martin Luther, that, during a serious illness, the Evil One entered his sickroom and, looking at him with a triumphant smile, unrolled a big scroll which he carried in his arms. As the beast threw one end of it on […]CONTINUE READING AUDIO VERSION AVAILABLE!
Message # 3 | November 20, 2016 | Ephesians 2:1-10, Titus 3:3-7 Purpose. The deeper the valley of our sin, the more glorious is the mountain of God’s grace. Historical Overview Augustine and Pelagius Our historical overview begins nearly 1,000 years prior to the Reformation with Augustine (354-430 AD), the bishop of Hippo. He is […]CONTINUE READING AUDIO VERSION AVAILABLE!
Message # 2 | November 13, 2016 Introduction As we move through the Five Solas of the Reformation, we come to the doctrine of sola fide. Martin Luther said of this doctrine, it is “the article by which the church stands or falls.” His pronouncement seems extreme, so for us to assess whether we agree […]CONTINUE READING AUDIO VERSION AVAILABLE!
Message # 1 | The Five Solas of the Reformation | November 6, 2016 Introduction Last Sunday, many churches throughout the world, celebrated Reformation Sunday. The popular belief is that it was 499 years ago on October 31, 1517 that Martin Luther nailed his 95 Thesis on the Wittenberg Castle church. With this quite normal […]CONTINUE READING AUDIO VERSION AVAILABLE!