Sunday AM Messages

Title Date Author

How Am I Doing?

In Philippians 4:10-19 the apostle Paul gives us some key area in which to examine our lives. He reveals to us the importance of our words, relationships, generosity, and of living our lives as sacrifices.

2017-06-04 Pastor Steve Spuler

The Peace of God

We live in a world that is in desperate need of peace. People generally, and even many believers, are lacking inner peace. In Philippians 4:6-9 the apostle Paul tells us how we can have God's peace in our hearts.

2017-05-31 Pastor Steve Spuler

Two Philippian Women

The health of the Philippian church was endangered by relationship problems between two women- Euodias and Syntyche. These were prominent women in the church and resolving their conflict was of great importance. God has called us to be peacemakers!

2017-05-23 Pastor Steve Spuler

Mother's Day

Happy Mother's Day. In this message we consider the historical role of women in society and the church, the women's rights movement, and women's relationships. May the Church rise up to honor women in the sight of God!

2017-05-23 Bro. Eric Mosemann

Examples, Enemies, and Eternity

Philippians 3:17-21 appears to be a pretty straightforward, bread and butter passage. However, as is so often the case, a more careful inspection uncovers a passage that probes deeply into our hearts.

2017-05-08 Pastor Steve Spuler

Forgetting the Past

Paul lived humbly in the present, looking to the future, while forgetting the past. Whether it was his past hurts, sins, or victories, Paul could not afford to dwell in the past. Neither can we.

2017-05-01 Pastor Steve Spuler

The Fellowship of Suffering

We cannot know the power of Christ's resurrection life if we do not fellowship with Him in our sufferings. There are at least 4 ways that we can fellowship with Christ in suffering, and it is our response to suffering that determines the level of our fellowship with Christ.

2017-04-27 Pastor Steve Spuler

Two Resurrections

In Philippians 3:10 and 11 the apostle Paul mentions two resurrections. The first is Jesus' bodily resurrection, which provided for us a new spiritual life. The second is our own bodily resurrection, and the reality of this resurrection is of utmost importance.

2017-04-20 Pastor Steve Spuler


The keynote of the book of Philippians can be identified with one word- rejoice! This word is more densely packed into this book than in any other book of the Bible. It's no wonder the Philippian church was such a healthy congregation.

2017-04-11 Pastor Steve Spuler

Distractions from Christ

Paul had strong words for the Judaizers of his day. They sought to distract people from Christ by inserting legal requirements to their faith. Healthy faith, however, involves worship in the Spirit, rejoicing in Christ Jesus, and placing no confidence in the flesh.

2017-04-07 Pastor Steve Spuler