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Speaker: Mike Maglish

  • 2 January 2022

    Speaker: Mike Maglish

    Topic: contentment , money

    What’s the emotional response you get when you think of money?  Would you say it’s a good feeling or a bad feeling? The feeling you get when you think of money likely indicates the relationship you’ve had with money to this point. 

    In this sermon, Mike shares the biblical wisdom about money from the entire counsel of God. It’s easy to look at any one verse and take it out of context, or simply not understand it’s original intent. It could lead some to hold unhealthy views of money and finances.  

    However, when you look at the entire counsel of God’s Word on the topic of finances, y0u find a holistic, healthy view. What we find is, contentment is key to honoring God with our finances. It’s a matter of the heart. 

  • 12 December 2021

    Speaker: Mike Maglish

    Topic: Joy

    Does life ever feel mundane? Another word for that is “dull”. In this sermon from Luke 2:8-12 and Matthew 10:10-11 we learn how Jesus brings us JOY.

    Sometimes life can feel a bit mundane, but when we understand the fundamental difference between HAPPINESS and HOLINESS, we begin to get a better perspective on what true, biblical JOY really is. As Americans we are good at seeking short term pleasure and comfort. However, that kind of pursuit is fleeting. Yet Joy leaves us filled up.

  • 28 November 2021

    Speaker: Mike Maglish

    Topic: Christmas , Hardship , Hope

    Often times we question God when things are hard. That’s a normal thing. But should we trust our emotions and thoughts when times are hard? 

    In this sermon from Isaiah 7-9 we look at how hope is waiting on God in the TENSION.

    What does hope look like? What is it? How do we get hope? God does his best work when things are hard. God does his best work when He seems silent.

    Jesus is the long-awaited Promised Hope for the world.

  • 21 November 2021

    Speaker: Mike Maglish

    In this sermon from Acts 20, Mike Maglish shares what the early church did to observe communion.  It was a very important part of the early church. It was a corporate act. 

    We still observe communion to this day. Jesus told us to break bread together. So we do.

    Paul explained to the church in Corinth how to take communion and how not to take communion and why. 

    We will examine what biblical communion is, and how we should observe it today.  The bottom line? The broken body and shed blood of Jesus should be taken in a worthy manner. 

  • 31 October 2021

    What does boldness look like? 

    In this sermon we look at what biblical boldness is. 

    In Acts 13:42-52 we find Paul and Barnabas being persecuted by the religious leaders of the day. They wanted to silence Paul and Barnabas. They did everything they could to run Paul and Barnabas out of town. 

    Paul and Barnabas were lead by the Holy Spirit. And they responded by speaking the truth in love, regardless of the risk. 

    We, too, can be bold in sharing the Gospel!  

  • 24 October 2021

    Speaker: Mike Maglish

    In this sermon from Acts 12 we learn what it means to seek God for EARNEST PRAYER. The word for that is ENTREAT. Going to God, asking diligently for a different outcome.

    When was the last time you entreated God with other believers? Did you see a clear answer from God? First, James was put to death by Herod Agrippa. Then, Peter was arrested and put in prison.

    “But God’s people were praying.”

    Those simple words changed the outcome of the situation by the power of God.

  • 19 September 2021

    Speaker: Mike Maglish

    Topic: Devoted , Gospel , Purpose , Unity

    God’s call for the church to be unified is not unique! It’s all through Scripture!

    It’s been like that from the beginning. We see it modeled in the early church but it’s still like that today. Church, for a time such as this we need to be unified! We need it now more than ever on what really is foundational and important. On the core of the message and the purpose of what it means to be a Christian.

    Church we have a mission!

    Whatever the church looks like today… we are still called to have the same heart as the church in the book of Acts!

  • 29 August 2021

    Have you ever had any moments in your life, moments in your faith, where maybe you’ve doubted your salvation? You’ve doubted whether or not you’re going to heaven when you die, whether there is life or death? Have you ever wanted a little extra assurance that you’re going to go to heaven when you die? That’s the first question.

    And the second question is like it.

    Are you overburdened and do you ever have moments in your life where you look at the world around you and you think to yourself, “Man, it is just too much! There’s just too much going on around me.” Does it feel like the world is just too much?

    John talks about that in this passage.

    In this sermon we will talk about overcoming the world and we will talk about assurance in our faith, assurance in our salvation.

  • 8 August 2021

    The Word “Test” literally means to examine or prove. It’s literally this idea “to weigh.” We’re going to test it and know it to be true.

    Did you know it’s all of our responsibility to know the Gospel is being preached? Not just the preacher.

    We have to PROVE it and know our faith has some real reasons behind it. The Bible teaches us it’s our job to test it. To weigh it out.

    Here’s why this is important. This world is inhabited by The Evil One. The Evil One is the Father of lies. That’s what Jesus says about the Evil One.