Long before Mufasa talked about the so-called “circle of life,” a real character named King Solomon wrote all about it. He was a good king, who wrote the Book of Ecclesiastes to reflect on the foolish and sinful mistakes of his youth, and to encourage believers to realize how meaningless and worthless secular things really are. He warned his readers to, “Fear God, and keep his commandments; for this is the whole duty of man,” (Ecc 12:13). The wisest words, the wisest message ever given is the Good News of Jesus Christ. Read all about it here, and join Christ’s coming Kingdom!Read More →

The Apostle Paul had some tough words for the congregation at Corinth. He wrote, “Examine yourselves, to see whether you are holding to your faith. Test yourselves. Do you not realize that Jesus Christ is in you? —unless indeed you fail to meet the test!” (2 Corinthians 13:5). In this sermon, Pastor Weber challenges Christians to ask themselves four very important questions. Listen, to find out what they are:Read More →

If you’re a Christian, this means Jesus has already given you a new heart, a new soul and a new mind. He’s made you alive with Him, forgiven all of your sins, and cancelled the debt those sins have racked up over the years. He’s defeated the spiritual rulers and authorities of this age; the fallen angels who do the Enemy’s bidding. He’s shamed them openly, given them a knock-out blow by His sacrificial and substitutionary life, death, burial and resurrection. If you’re not a Christian, these promises can be yours, too – find out how.Read More →

Last week, we learned about the job God gave Adam and Eve to do in His creation. We chatted about the ground rules He gave them, and about whether it was fair of God to make the punishment so severe (“but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall die,” Genesis 2:17). We all know that terrible crimes deserve appropriate punishment. If we disobey God, it’s the very worst thing we can do – so the punishment fits the crime. But, soon, we’ll learn about God’s love and grace, too!Read More →

Christ is bigger than your struggles, stronger than your fears, and mightier than your problems. He’s defeated Satan, the prince of darkness – so He can surely save you, too. He’s a perfect, compassionate Savior. “For because he himself has suffered and been tempted, he is able to help those who are tempted,” (Hebrews 2:18). Talk with us about the Good News, so you can know the peace that passes all understanding.Read More →

The prophet Isaiah says Christ is the Savior. He wrote, “of the increase of his government and of peace there will be no end.” He said, “upon the throne of David, and over his kingdom, to establish it, and to uphold it with justice and with righteousness from this time forth and for evermore,” (Isaiah 9:7). Do you have peace with God, through repentance and faith in Christ? That’s what Christmas is all about – God sending His eternal Son to become one of us, so that we, through Him, might be saved! You can have eternal peace, perfect forgiveness of sins, and a homeRead More →

The prophet Micah gave us a wonderful prophesy of the coming Savior (Micah 5:2-4). But, did you know Micah gave the prophesy to people who probably couldn’t have cared less? God didn’t give Micah a happy message to preach; the book is filled with His condemnation of their hypocrisy and fraudulent worship. Most of the Israelites in Micah’s day didn’t love God; they went through the empty, fake motions of “religious service” while they really worshiped other gods. How about you? Where is your heart? Are you a fake Christian? If so, this message is for you. God sent the King from Bethlehem to redeem anyone whoRead More →