9 sermons

Stand-Alone Sermons (2015)

Mario generally loves to preach in series, but sometimes there are messages that just don't fit into that mold. All of those messages (from 2015) are housed here.

December 27, 2015 Mike Miller
Starbucks Sunday
Mike Miller

Starbucks' core principles have made Starbucks a hugely successful business. These same principles can be seen in Scripture and applied to our Christian lives. In this sermon we will look at how they compare to what we see about Christianity in the Bible.

November 8, 2015 Al DeHart
Your Identity In Christ
Al DeHart

Complacency. We all can become complacent. In fact we all have this tendency. In this sermon we take a look at Ephesians 5. The following question is asked: "Does your life dictate your faith, or does your faith dictate your life?" How would you answer?

August 23, 2015 Mario Villella
Friend of the World / Enemy of God
Mario Villella

In this stand-alone sermon on James 4:4-5, we that when it comes between God and the ways of this world, we all have a choice to make. We can't have it both ways.

August 16, 2015 Mike Miller
Written For A Reason
Mike Miller

The Bible was written for a reason. We were given God's Word, and we're told to study it and glean from it the way that we should live. This sermon focuses on Nehemiah and how they studied Scripture.

August 9, 2015 Mario Villella
Portrait of Two Missionaries
Mario Villella

In this stand-alone sermon, we learn about some things Paul said about Timothy and Epaphroditus and what those things mean for us.

June 28, 2015 Matt Bowles
Christian Hospitality
Matt Bowles

What is Christian hospitality? What did Jesus show us about this? Do we overcomplicate it?

June 21, 2015 Luke Butler
The Toughest Job On The Planet
Luke Butler

Being a father, and a parent, is a tough job. Striving to set a Godly example for your children is even tougher. In this sermon, we take a look at many passages in the Bible that can prove as a guide to help us navigate this area of our lives.

May 3, 2015 Mario Villella
Who’s Good? Who’s Bad? And Why?
Mario Villella

This sermon addresses the doctrines of human depravity and the grace of God. Ephesians 2:1-10. In it, we learn about who is good, who is bad, and why.

April 26, 2015 Terry French
Lord, I Need A Miracle
Terry French

Does God care about the small things in your life? God is infinitely involved in the finest, smallest, most unimportant things that most people would not even bother their pastors about. But will you trust Him? How long will you wait on God?