Sunday AM Messages

Title Date Author

Christian Women

In II Tim. 2:9-15 the apostle Paul address the character, behavior, and role of the Christian woman. Without rules, he calls her to modesty, to voluntarily place herself under leadership, and to salvation through her motherly role. All this is because of the great freedom she has in Christ.

2015-02-22 Pastor Steve Spuler

Christian Men

In II Tim. 2:1-8 the Apostle Paul speaks to all Christians, but especially Christian men. This passage speaks to us about the will of God, but its main focus is on prayer, our authorities, and above all, the Gospel.

2015-02-15 Pastor Steve Spuler


The words "example" and "pattern" are significant words in the pastoral epistles. Paul referred to his conversion as a pattern for others seeking to know the grace of God. Timothy and Titus were to live as examples, as patterns of Christian living. We must live this way, also.

2015-02-08 Pastor Steve Spuler

Vain Jangling

The Pastoral Epistles are of great significance to pastors and congregations, but also to other pastoral roles, such as fathers. One main theme of these epistles is sound doctrine, but along with that is the warning to avoid foolish talk and arguments. Nothing could be more practical.

2015-02-01 Pastor Steve Spuler

Psalm 16

Psalm 16 is quoted in the New Testament and applied to the Lord Jesus Christ. It also applies to us as His people. In this Psalm we find the truth of resurrection, a beautiful inheritance, the limits of our goodness, and the power of our trust in God.

2015-01-25 Pastor Steve Spuler

Take It Personally

The word "Christian" is attached to many things today. It is used to describe a nation, a family, and even things like music, movies, and comedy. Above all else, the word "Christian" refers to something intensely personal, internal, and experiential.

2015-01-11 Pastor Steve Spuler


Ever had a bad day? We fight a battle over maintaining our hope in God. Hope is a trustful expectation in God and is founded upon Jesus Christ. In this teaching we discover some tools that enable us to build a deeper and more consistent hope in our lives.

2015-01-04 Bro. Mike Koppola

The Kingdom Is Joy

Joy is not a nice luxury in the Christian life- it is a need. Among many other benefits, joy has a way of making the Christian life winsome as we present our faith to others, especially our children. God, in His great Fatherly generosity, sent His Son to earth to make joy a reality for us.

2014-12-28 Pastor Steve Spuler

The Kingdom Is Peace

There is not much peace in this world. Yet, peace is exactly what Jesus promised and gave to His people. Because He came to this earth and died upon the cross we can have peace with God, the peace of God, and peace with our fellow man.

2014-12-21 Pastor Steve Spuler

The Kingdom Is Righteousness

When Jesus was born in Bethlehem He was fully man and fully God, a child and yet a king. His kingdom is a spiritual kingdom that is marked by qualities such as righteousness, peace, and joy. Where His kingdom is, there will be righteousness.

2014-12-14 Pastor Steve Spuler