Good Confession, Bad Profession (Part 1)

Pastor Matt Tarr – AM Sermon

Scripture: Mark 8:27-33

In one of the most pinnacle confessions in the Gospel of Mark is also the greatest blunder. Peter, speaking on behalf of Jesus’ disciples, makes a supreme confession, recognizing for the first time by any person in Mark’s Gospel that Jesus is the Christ. The finally understood the Person, though they still didn’t get the plan.

Add. Ref.: John 9:4-41

The End of the Age

Pastor Joe Schloegel – A topical sermon

– In Matthew 24, Christ’s disciples ask the Lord about the signs of His return, and Jesus laid out an explanation of what would happen at the end of the age. A deeper look at these passages compared with other scriptural references to the end of days shows us exactly what to look toward as signs of Christ’s imminent second coming.

Content in Every Circumstance

Pastor Joe Schloegel – An exposition of Philippians 4:10-20

– Late in Paul’s letter to the Philippians, he makes a series of remarks about how he has learned to be content in every circumstance, whether plenty or want, sickness or health. Amidst these comments are a pair of verses that are often taken out of context when quotes, but an expositional sermon from Pastor Joe Schloegel sheds some light on what these verses really mean, and how Paul’s outlook can be applied to our own Christian walk.

Rejoice in Prayer

Pastor Joe Schloegel – An exposition of Philippians 4:4-9

– In the 4th Chapter of his letter to the Philippians, Paul urges us to rejoice always, specifically in the Lord. This can come as a difficult concept to understand, especially when everything seems to be going wrong. Yet we are given this command, but we are also instructed in the following verses on how to live this rejoicing, and it involves proper prayer and proper thinking. Pastor Joe Schloegel explains to us the concept through this expository sermon.

Reconciliation Between Christians

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Pastor Joe Schloegel – An exposition of Philippians 4:1-3 (incl. supplemental passages)

– When a dispute arises among Christians, especially within the context of a local church body, there is a need for forgiveness and a need for reconciliation, and possibly a need for church discipline as well. How all of these factors should play out in a way that honors God is the focus of this sermon in Philippians 4 and elsewhere in Scripture.

The Trial, Crucifixion, and Resurrection of Christ

Pastor Joe Schloegel – A topical sermon

– Easter Sunday 2014

– In celebration of the Lord’s resurrection and triumph over sin and death, we take a close look at a number of passages which detail the final hours of Christ’s life, all the way through to His resurrection. There is also discussion of what our own resurrection and eternal state will look like according to Scripture.

The Triumphal Entry

Pastor Joe Schloegel – A topical sermon

– Palm Sunday 2014

– In celebration of Palm Sunday, this sermon covers Christ’s arrival in Jerusalem a week before His death. But what is it that makes the Triumphal Entry so important? Pastor Joe Schloegel takes us through a close look at various Old and New Testament passages which reveal that the events of Palm Sunday were yet another Messianic Prophesy fulfilled in the person of Christ. This coupled with various other qualities and deeds of Christ prove definitively that Jesus was, indeed, the Messiah.

Right Intentions

Pastor Joe Schloegel – An exposition of Philippians 2:19-30

– In this expository sermon from Philippians, Pastor Joe Schloegel guides us through the correct mindset that a pastor should have by using the illustration of Timothy, while also demonstrating the proper mindset of a Christian by using the illustration of Epaphroditus.

Citizens of Heaven

Pastor Joe Schloegel – An exposition of Philippians 2:12-30 (incl. supplemental passages)

– Our citizenship is not of this earth. Rather, we are citizens of heaven, and partakers of all that implies. This should manifest itself in our lives in a number of ways which are highlighted in this expository sermon from the second chapter of Philippians.

Be of One Mind

Pastor Joe Schloegel – An exposition of Philippians 2:1-11

– In an exposition of Philippians 2, Pastor Joe Schloegel shows us the commands for Christians within the Body to be of one mind, having one soul, loving one another unconditionally and serving one another. This is reflected in the example set by Christ when he left His throne in heaven and took on human form. The point is reiterated that having right theology and proclaiming Truth is of the utmost importance in the life of the Church.