Sunday Sermons


Pastor Dianne's message is recorded at the 8:30am service each week.  Sermons from the past month can be accessed here.  If you would like to hear messages from previous months, please email the multimedia director with the specific date you are interested in.

Luke 21:5-19

"An Opportunity to Testify!"

Rev. Dianne Davis

Jesus speaks to his disciples about the end times. Jesus speaks of the precious temple and how it will destroyed. He speaks of the difficulty Christians will have. They will be hated because of the name of Jesus. This will be the opportune time to testify. The hope is through it all He will be with all who follow Jesus. If they endure to the end their souls will be saved.

Nov 17, 2019

Luke 20:27-38

"A Glimpse of Heaven"

Rev. Dianne Davis

A group of Sadducees approach Jesus with a  question, hoping to entrap him. They didn't believe there was a resurrection. They questioned Jesus about marriage and the resurrection. According to Leviticus Law if a brother married and died without having children than his living brother had to marry the widow. Their scenario consists of seven brothers. Their point, whose wife will this woman be in the resurrection? Jesus explained that there will be no marrying in heaven. Those in heaven will be like angels and are children of God.

Nov 10, 2019

Luke 19:1-10

"Welcome In This House"

Rev. Dianne Davis


Jesus is passing through Jericho. A man named Zacchaeus, a chief tax collector wanted to see Jesus. Because of the crowd and the fact that he was short in stature he was unable to see. So, he climbed a sycamore tree to see him! When Jesus saw him, he told Zacchaeus to hurry and come down because he was going to stay at his house that day. Zaccchaeus welcomed him. Salvation came to Zacchaeus that day.

November 3, 2019

Luke 18:9-14

"Lord Have Mercy On Us"

Rev. Dianne Davis

Jesus condemns the Pharisee for pride and self-righteousness. Jesus tells of two people who are praying: The Pharisee and the tax collector. Though both are engaged in their act of prayer, Jesus describes them as having very different practices. The Pharisee celebrates himself, using prayer as a way of distancing himself from those he deems lower than himself. The tax collector humbles himself.

October 27, 2019

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