Speaker: Tim Nay
March 5, 2023
Topic: Spiritual Disciplines
Solitude, prayer, fasting, and journaling.
These are all things we, as Christians, should do. Yet, it has nothing to do with our salvation.
In this sermon from Hebrews 12:1-5 we lean why we should engage in these spiritual disciplines. Rooted in Scripture, these practices help bring us closer to God.
This sermon on Practical Spiritual Disciplines we examine the practical approach to spiritual growth; a help in teaching us how we can be, and stay, in a strong and developing relationship with God.
We can’t earn our salvation – but we can run the race well!
February 26, 2023
Topic: The Bible
Have you ever opened up your Bible, and had no idea what you were looking at or how that book of the Bible fit in with the rest of the Bible?
In this Basic Bible Overview we investigate how the Bible is laid out the way it is. We, also, discuss what kinds of literature you can find in the Bible. Finally, we learn the common theme and thread throughout the entire Bible.
Don’t get LOST in parts of the Bible. Avoid pitfalls to reading the Bible. Find a great approach to reading and understanding the Bible.
This is a perfect sermon to come back to time and time again. We don’t have to be afraid of the the Bible!
February 5, 2023
Have you ever wondered if the Bible is, in fact, reliable? Trustworthy?
If so, you’re not alone.
The Bible makes unique claims about itself. Is it the Word of God? Can it do what it claims it can do?
In this power-packed sermon we hear some “evidences” for the reliability of Scripture. Listen, and find out why you can trust the Bible.
January 29, 2023
Topic: Holy Spirit
When we surrender our life to Christ we receive the Holy Spirit.
The Holy Spirit is the third part of the godhead. He is the Promised “Helper” given to us – God’s indwelling within us!
Did you know there are things we can do to HINDER the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives? In the same token, there are things we may attribute to the Holy Spirit that simply is not accurate of the Holy Spirit.
This sermon is designed to bring clarity to who the Holy Spirit is, and what His role is in our lives.
January 8, 2023
Series: Making CENTS of Money
Topic: contentment , Finances
How do you know when you’ve made enough money?
That question is one that has been at the center of so much grief in people’s lives. There’s no telling what people may be willing to do in their pursuit of just “one more dollar.”
This sermon teaches us wisdom regarding where our heart goes. Discontentment can destroy. Likewise, we can become “self-sufficient” from a worldly perspective.
It is possible to be satisfied with what God has given you. Find out how in this sermon.
January 1, 2023
Series: Making CENTS of Money
“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.”
If ever those words were true, they were never truer than when it comes to our finances.
Why are finances so hard to talk about? Unfortunately, many tend to ignore the reality of their own personal finances. Out of sight, out of mind?
But there is a biblical way to honor God without our finances. It doesn’t need to be scary. It just needs to be understood.
It’s time we have a good, solid plan, and we execute it for the glory of God.
This sermon is a nuts and bolts look at financial planning and what God’s Word has to say about it.
December 25, 2022
Series: Go & Tell
Speaker: Mike Maglish , Tim Nay
Tim and Mike share about a man named Simeon.
Simeon is a oft-forgotten part of the Christmas story. But Luke finds him a significant piece of it.
Simeon was given the task of “Blessing” the Messiah. And he was given a promise that he would see the “Consolation Of Israel”. Remember, Israel had been through so much. And they have been crying out for the long-awaited messiah for literally hundreds upon hundreds of years.
Waiting on God can be hard. But God knows what He’s doing, and when He needs to do it.
In this sermon find out how The Messiah was the encouragement of Israel as well as Salvation for the Jew and the Gentile.
December 18, 2022
Series: God With Us
Topic: battlefield , Christmas
Often we hear words like “War” and “Battle” when it comes to our faith.
Who is the battle with? Who is the battle against?
In this sermon we look at the first Christmas, when Herod decided to have all 1st born males 2 years and younger killed in Bethlehem. We unpack this story, while looking at our own lives and the battles we have.
Sometimes our battle is with God. Sometimes it’s with the Evil One. Sometimes it’s with ourselves.
No matter what battle we are facing, we can know God is with us on the Battlefield, and we don’t have to face it alone!
December 4, 2022
Series: God With Us
Topic: anxiety , Christmas , depression
Life is filled with hills and valleys. A Valley, by definition, is the low point between two hills.
When life is difficult – it can be hard to see God with us in the valley moments. Mary and Joseph knew something about Valleys.
In fact, could you imagine the valley moment of the first Christmas? Mary, engaged to Joseph, finds out she’s pregnant. And when Joseph finds out, he’s ready to divorce her. What a mess! Definitely a valley moment. In this sermon – Find out why we experience Valleys, what may be causing them, and the importance of God With Us during our Valley moments.