Messages on Romans

Messages on Romans

Character & Calling: Belief

Welcome to the First Sunday in Lent. We begin a new sermon series that will primarily draw on the themes found in the Epistle lessons from the Revised Common Lectionary, Year C.   It seems appropriate that we would begin with the topic of Belief on this first Sunday of a new series that will lead us up to Holy Week and the Resurrection. What do we believe? Why do we believe it? And why is is so difficult for…

Hold Fast

The Apostle Paul urges the church at Rome to “hold fast to what is good” (Romans 12:9-21). Paul’s advice is good for the church today in this time of division and separation. Join us for worship with special music by Que Jazz!

The Word Is Near You

Our lesson this morning is based upon Romans 10:1-15 and Matthew 14:22-33. Have you ever felt like Peter did when he stepped out of that boat to meet Christ and he began to sink under the waves? Pastor Wayne shares what it is like to have doubt and what it is like to share the presence of Christ with others in this second week of the sermon series “Because God.” 

More Than Conquerors

Today’s message based upon Romans 8:26-39 reminds us that nothing can separate us from God’s love through Christ. This is a message that we need to hear in this time of pandemic when a virus is separating us from one another.

Creation Waits

“Creation Waits” is the sermon this morning as we continue our series “Nothing Shall Separate Us.” This series takes us on a deep look at Romans 8. This morning, our focus is found in Romans 8:12-25 with the title’s focus on Romans 8:19. Basically, we are all in this together.  We are part of God’s creation… God’s good creation. Our task is to be the caretakers of God’s creation. Paul’s emphasis throughout the letter to the church in Rome challenges…

Set Your Mind

Join us as we begin a new series, “Nothing Can Separate” based upon the lectionary epistle text of Romans 8. This week, our text is from Romans 8:1-11 as we focus on the thought of setting our minds on Christ. What does this mean? How do we do this? Pastor Wayne explores this in his sermon for this morning. Thank you for joining us for worship. You can find the worship bulletin for this morning here. We would ask that…