“Good News; Bad News; Good News” Text: Psalm 107 On Homecoming Sunday, Maine District Superintendent Dr. Stephen Dillman joins us with a message he is preaching to each church in the district based on Psalm 107. Anchored by the initial proclamation of good news that “The Lord is good, and His love endures forever,” Dr.…
Calling on the Name of the Lord Text: Romans 10:1-15 Pastor Cheryl Curlew of the South Portland Church of the Nazarene and Life Essentials brings us this week’s message. Paul said, “If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord, and you believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you…
Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23 Congregation member Fred Yosua delivers the message this week. God’s perfect gift of passion can be misdirected. The sermon uses the Pharisees to illustrate that point, and Jesus response to them to point us in the direction of how to make sure our passions are pleasing to God.
“The Armor” Text: Ephesians 6:10-20 Be prepared to go out into the world to preach the gospel of peace. Put on the armor and vestments that will remind you that you are to be clothed in Christ.
“Giving Thanks at All Times” Text: Ephesians 5:15-20 Be thankful. At all times. For all situations. Yup, that’s what we’re called to. Where can we find the good even in the midst of the chaos? In Christ.
“Imitators of God” Text: Ephesians 4:25-5:2 We continue our study of Ephesians. Imitate God. That’s what we’re told to do by Saint Paul, but how?
“The Calling” Ephesians 14:1-16 Each of us are called. Our callings might not look the same, but they each serve the same purpose: to spread the Peace of Christ.
“Rooted in Love” Text: Today, Pastor Brent shares his prayer for this congregation. The prayer is found in Saint Paul’s letter to the Ephesians, Chapter 3:14-21.
Peace to Those Near and Far Text: Ephesians 2:11-22 Today we talk about peace. It’s for those who are near and far. It’s what we are called to. No matter the differences we have, one thing definitely unites us – we are beloved children in Christ.
“Holy and Blameless” Text: Ephesians 1:3-14 Today we begin our series in Ephesians. One of the main themes in this letter is “In Christ.” Everything we do is to be in Christ. It is our being in Christ that enables us to be holy and blameless.