Sermons on “Following Jesus”

Used or Useful?

Dr. Jennifer Blake gives a message about the way Christian life colors and flavors the world. Based on Matthew 5:1-16   

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Come! Follow!

Dr. Jennifer Blake gives a message about the way Jesus’s first follower responded to the call and calls us to do the same. Based on Matthew 4:12-23  

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Being Found

Dr. Jonathan Sloan gives a sermon about helping Jesus find others once He has found us. Based on John 1:29-42

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Are You Listening? The Stranger

Dr. Jonathan Sloan gives the final message in the “Are You Listening” series. Based on Matthew 25:31-46  

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Are you Listening? The Thirsty

Dr. Jonathan Sloan continues the “Are You Listening” series with a message about the various ways people thirst. Based on Matthew 25:31-46  

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Are You Listening?: The Sick

Dr. Jennifer Blake continues our series “Are You Listening” and talks about the sick from an angle we might not typically consider, but it is the angle God approaches us since we all have a sickness that only He can heal. Based on Matthew 25:31-46

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Are You Listening?: The Hungry

Dr. Jonathan Sloan gives a 3rd sermon in the “Are You Listening” series. This time a message about responding to the hunger needs of the world. Based on Matthew 25:31-46   

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Walking With Jesus

Dr. Jonathan Sloan gives a message about our walk with Jesus and what it means to have Him on the journey with us. Based on Luke 24:13-35
The choir opens the message with the hymn “Come, Now is the Time to Worship”

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Off to a Great Star(t)

Like one star pointing to another, AJ Baratta gives a great lead in to Dr. Jonathan Sloan’s message about focusing on a single word as a way to increase our growth as we keep shining brighter to illuminate the One we truly follow. Based on Matthew 2:1-12

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Deeper

Dr. Jennifer Blake gives a sermon about going deeper into our faith by immersing ourselves in study of God where we will find that God is deeply interested in each of our lives. Based on Ephesians 3:14-21

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