August 2018 Videos

August 2018 Videos

The following videos below were recorded in August 2018. Please enjoy the videos and show these to anybody you feel may benefit from the messages.

 

  • 8/26/2018 – Tell Me Why I Should Attend Church – Elder Carolyn
    In this message, Carolyn asks the difficult questions about why we even attend church. With such busy lives we could easily just sleep in. After all, we don’t have to attend church to go to Heaven, right? So what benefits do we actually get out of going to church?
    Please watch the video below and feel free to post questions or comments at the bottom of the page. All questions and comments are reviewed prior to posting so if you would like your question or comment to remain confidential, please indicate so.

  • 8/19/2018 – All In – Elder Denny
    In this message, Denny discusses the topic of getting past our comfort zones. As Christians we sometimes find ourselves staying far too long in the comfort zone. We tend to pass up all the opportunities God gives us to live out a full Christian life. One major contributing factor for not stepping out of our comfort zones is fear. We stay in the comfort zone and instead of remaining on fire inside, we become lukewarm.
    Please watch the video below and feel free to post questions or comments at the bottom of the page. All questions and comments are reviewed prior to posting so if you would like your question or comment to remain confidential, please indicate so.

     

  • 8/12/2018 – Wholly Holy – Elder Brian
    In this thought-provoking sermon, Brian asked the difficult questions Christians sometimes have a hard time answering. Questions like “Am I prepared to devote all to Christ” and “Have we begun to count the cost?” Jesus commanded Christians to take up the cross and follow him. Are we truly prepared to bear the cross and follow Jesus? Please watch the video below and feel free to submit questions or comments below. All questions and comments are reviewed prior to posting so if your question or comment is private, please indicate so and it will remain confidential.