September 2014

What’s In Your Basket?

Matthew 14:13-21 is a familiar story to us, and the only story that is in all four gospels.  Robert gives us another perspective on the feeding of the 5,000 by challenging us to check our baskets for what God can us.  Listen for more.



Hear No Evil, See No Evil….

In Matthew 18:15-20, Jesus instructs us on how to respond to others who speak against us.  Doyle uses John Wesley’s sermon on this passage to challenge us to refuse to hear evil.  Listen for more.



August 2014

Laboring for the Great I AM

God’s call on Moses was pretty dramatic.  He calls us is similar fashion but how we respond to the call is important.  Listen to Doyle’s sermon inspired by Exodus 3:1-15.



God’s Plan

God uses the most unlikely in human terms.  Doyle shares four heroes we don’t generally think about in Moses’ beginnings.  His text is taken from Exodus 1:8-2:10.



God and Family VII

We skip ahead to Israel’s encounter with his brothers in Egypt from Genesis 45:1-15.  God can use bad situations for good as Doyle reminds us.



God and Family VI

Taken from Genesis 37:1-4, 12-28, Doyle shares how Joseph lands in Egypt in the first place and lessons from his story.



God and Family V

Jacob wrestles with God this week from Genesis 32:22-31.  There is much insight for us today.



July 2014

God and Family IV

Doyle gives us the story of how Jacob met his wives from Genesis 29:15-28 this week.



God and Family III

Continuing in the Old Testament stories of our faith, Doyle talks about Jacob’s encounter with God from Genesis 28:10-19.



God and Family II

In this second Old Testament story from Genesis 25:19-34, we find that when we seek to bring about God’s will, He is faithful to answer our prayer.