Sermons (Page 5)

Sermons (Page 5)

“Heroes” in the Hall of Faith – Hebrews 11:1-32

One of our missionaries preached on Sunday, May 5. He brought a message of hope. The “heroes” of the faith are often “zeroes” when we examine their lives more closely. But God looks at our faith in Him and forgives, restores, and uses us. We do not have to be a hero to serve God and have faith in Him.
Good Friday Evening Devotional Online

The Living Hope – Acts 1:1-8 (Robert Brouillard)

Robert Brouillard is doing a formal internship in youth ministry and pastoral ministry with Pastor Tim. Robert is a student at Northeastern Baptist College. In Acts 1:1-8 we see why Jesus did not immediately go back to Heaven after rising from the dead. Why did Jesus stay 40 days after his resurrection? To give proof of being God. To give the promise of the Holy Spirit. To give final instructions.
Easter With NBC

What Does Jesus’ Resurrection Have to Do With My Resurrection? – Easter Sunday Sermon – Romans 8:9-11

1) The promises of the gospel belong to those who believe the gospel (Romans 8:9) For believers in the resurrected Jesus: 2) Death is the start of life (Romans 8:10) 3) The Holy Spirit guarantees your resurrection (Romans 8:11) You may have heard it said that the Holy Spirit is like the engagement ring that seals us when we are saved. But not only is the Holy Spirit like the engagement ring, He is also like the wedding ring that…

Look to Jesus! – Hebrews 12:1-3

Our 2019 Palm Sunday sermon is here: 1) Run Your Race With Endurance (12:1-2) a) By Remembering Faithful Christians as an Example & Encouragement! b) By Getting Rid of Sin and Other Things That Hold Us Back from Following Jesus! c) Most Importantly, by Looking to Jesus! 2)  Consider Jesus So That You Don’t Grow Spiritually Exhausted (12:3)

Proof of Life: Love – 1 John 3:10-18

The proof of new life is love for our brothers and sisters in Christ.  We need to not only be challenged in our love for others and be reminded of the call to love, but we also need to evaluate ourselves before God–whether or not we are showing God’s love towards others. As we have gone through 1 John, we have seen that the gospel not only demands right belief about who the real Jesus is, but also that once our…

Jesus Appeared to Destroy the Works of the Devil

Jesus explained in Luke 6:43-45, “For no good tree bears bad fruit, nor again does a bad tree bear good fruit, for each tree is known by its own fruit. For figs are not gathered from thornbushes, nor are grapes picked from a bramble bush.  The good person out of the good treasure of his heart produces good, and the evil person out of his evil treasure produces evil, for out of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaks.” Christ explains—don’t…

Children of God: That Is Who We Are! – 1 John 2:28-3:3

The last two Sundays, the sermon has not recorded due to a technical problem. The good news is, we received training on our Sound Board and it seems the problem is fixed. We hope this sermon on 1 John 2:28 – 3:3 is a blessing to you. In Christ we have: A hopeful identity (1 John 3:1) A hopeful future (1 John 3:2) A hopeful battle (1 John 3:3)

3 Reasons to Not Love the World

Today’s sermon was unable to be recorded. It should record again next Sunday as normal, so please check back. The sermon transcript below is provided since there is no recording from 2/17/19. We hope it is a blessing to you!  – Pastor Tim Three Reasons to Not Love the World — 1 John 2:15-17 Not long before I graduated from college I saw an old family friend who had recently begun working for a large company. He was very proud…

Don’t Forget Who You Belong To – 1 John 2:12-14

When your gas tank is filed up with gospel truth, you will have the fuel to follow Jesus! In 1 John 2:12-14 we see three truths about our identity in Christ that remind us who we belong to. 1) Our New Identity: Forgiven Children (vv. 2:12a, 13c) 2) Our New Identity: We Know Christ (vv. 2:13a, 14a) 3) Our New Identity: Overcomers (vv. 2:13b, 14b)