Sermons by “Dr. Jonathan Sloan”

Who We Are: Redeemed

For Easter, Dr. Jonathan Sloan continues our series “Who We Are” with a sermon about the Resurrection and how it leads to our redemption. Based on Luke 24:1-12

Leading into the sermon is Dr. Jennifer Blake’s Resurrection message to the children, followed by the Anthem which was accompanied by brass instruments, The sermon starts around 9 minutes in.

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Who We Are: Worship

Dr. Jonathan Sloan closes our four part series “Who We Are” with a message about Worship, which ties to the purple in our new logo. Based on Matthew 22:34-40. (We’ve included more than just the sermon to give you more insight to what our worship is like at First, the sermon starts around 13 minutes.)

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Who We Are: Service

Dr, Jonathan Sloan continues the sermon series “Who We Are” and talks about the red section of our new logo and how that relates to service. Based on Matthew 25:31-45

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Who We Are: Growth

Dr. Jonathan Sloan gives a message about growth in this sermon series developed to help define who we are as a congregation. Based on 2 Peter 3:13-18

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Changed for Good, Changed for God

Dr. Jonathan Sloan gives a message about the way our relationship with Jesus changes us for good. Based Luke 9:28-36

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The Extra Mile

Dr. Jonathan Sloan gives a message about following the difficult commandment given by Jesus to love our enemy. Luke 6:27-36

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Jesus Calls

Dr. Jonathan Sloan gives a sermon about the only love that never fails and lasts forever. Based on Luke 5:1-11

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Fear of Rejection

Dr. Jonathan Sloan gives a message about letting go of fear and trusting the Creator God who never rejects us when we turn to Him. Luke 4:20-30

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Fulfillment

Dr. Jonathan Sloan delivers a message about the fulfillment of scripture, how the best is yet to come, and our role in it. Based on Luke 4:14-21

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Night Flight

Dr. Jonathan Sloan gives a message about the various ways God’s people are called and the importance of properly responding to that call. Based on Matthew 2:13-18

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