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"Hope and Forgiveness"
Dec. 31st 
by Ryan Floyden

Scripture: Various Scripture chosen by Ryan
Remember the walking is easy ...jumping is fine ...taking only a small amount of energy, but through Christ we can jump, swim, dive and smash through all in our way. 
No matter the mountain or feat ...we can do all things in Christ who strengthens us valley to dark or problem to small just have faith and strength through God the Father.
Candlelight Service
Dec. 24th  by Rev. David Fisher
Scripture: Various Readings
"Loving God Back"
Dec. 24th 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Revelation 2: 1-7; 19: 1-9
     It is possible to be commended by God but still lacking in what is necessary. The church at Ephesus was a case in point. 
They were not threatened by disobedience so much as a lack of heartfelt love. Today we will learn of God’s medicine for a love lacking heart. 
"Obedience Paves the Way"
Dec. 17th 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: John 1: 6-9; Luke 3: 1-18
In the process of experiencing God, obedience is your moment of truth. Your obedience (or lack of it) will:
1. Reveal what you believe about God;
2. Determine whether you will experience His mighty work in and through you;
3. Determine whether you will come to know Him more intimately.
     You obey because you trust God. You trust Him because you love Him. As you grow in your faith and obey God at every step, you will move from a head knowledge for God to a personal, experiential, dynamic relationship with the Person of Jesus Christ. - Henry Blackaby, Experiencing God, p. 242
Obedience is key.
"Peace & preparing to Meet Jesus"
Dec. 10th 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Luke 1: 5-20; 57-79
     The birth of John the Baptist was miraculous. There were significant changes that had to be made in preparing for John’s birth. 
     Citing various examples from scripture Henry Blackaby writes, “Enormous changes and adjustments were required whenever God’s people determined to obey His calling. Some had to leave family and country. Others had to abandon long held prejudices and reorient their thinking. Men and women were willing to leave behind their life goals, ideals, and desires. Everything had to be yielded to God and their entire life adjusted to Him. The moment the necessary adjustments were made, however, God began to accomplish His purposes through them. Each one learned that adjusting one’s life to God is always well worth the cost.” p. 227 Experiencing God.
"Real Hope"
Dec. 3rd 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Jeremiah 2: 4-13 & Thessalonians 4: 1-18
    Advent is a season of preparation. We count off the days until Christmas on which we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. We also recall Jesus’ promise that He shall return.
     Sometimes people will ask what the Advent wreath means. The wreath is a circle - reminding us of the perfection and eternity of God. Many wreaths are decorated with evergreen branches. The evergreen, like the circle, is a symbol of eternity - but also of life. Holly is sometimes used instead of - or with - the evergreen. The sharp points of the leaves of the Holly remind us of Christ's crown of thorns. The red berries remind us of his blood. There is a story that holly berries were white until Christ's blood fell on them - causing them to be red ever since. Christ is, of course, the light of the world - hence the candles.
"Faith in ......."
Nov. 26th 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Luke 17: 1-10
     Faith was required of Moses and the disciples. When God calls a person to join Him in a God-sized task, faith is always necessary. 
     Obedience indicates faith in God. Disobedience reveals a lack of faith. Without faith, a person cannot please God. Without faith, a church cannot please God.
     We face the same crisis of belief the people in the Bible experienced. When God speaks, what He asks of us requires faith. Our major hindrance to obedience is our self-centeredness. We think we have to accomplish the assignment in our own power and with our current resources. We think, “I can’t do that. That’s not possible.” In other words, we lack faith.
     We forget that when God speaks, He always reveals what He is going to do—not what He wants us to do for Him. We join Him so He works through us. We are not called upon to accomplish the task by our ingenuity, ability, or limited resources. With faith, we can proceed confidently because we know He is going to bring to pass what He purposes.
"God Speaks - Part 2"
Nov. 19th 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: John 11: 1-44
     When you face difficult or confusing circumstances, they can overwhelm you. If you bury yourself in the circumstances, you will always
have a distorted understanding of God. What should you do? First, ask God to show you His perspective on what’s happening. Look back at your situation from what you already know about god. When you face a troublesome time, the Holy Spirit will take the Word of God and help you understand the event from God’s perspective. He will reveal to you the truth of your circumstances. Then you can adjust your life and thinking to what God is doing.” p. 187 - p. 82 Experiencing God Revised & Expanded - by Henry & Richard Blackaby and Claude King
"God Speaks - Part 1"
Nov. 12th 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: 1 Kings 19: 1-18
     Protestant Christians generally recognize two sacraments. Jesus commanded his disciples to do both, and in them, we recognize God’s undeserved
 blessing upon us. Let us celebrate together the goodness of God!
"God’s Revelation is Your Invitation"
Nov. 5th 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: 2 Corinthians 5: 11-21
     There are some things worth fighting for: Freedom, hope, and justice all come at a price. Men and women have fought and died to secure these 
for their loved ones. Christians know that Jesus died to purchase for us freedom from bondage, hope for the future, and to satisfy the just demands of a Holy God. Indeed, God was in Jesus Christ reconciling the world to Himself. As we remember the sacrifices made on our behalf, let us also remember that we pray to the God of peace without whom no peace will come to this earth.
"God Designed You for Oneness in Him"
Oct. 29 
by Guest Speaker

Scripture: John 17: 1-7
    Believer, your Lord is jealous of your love. Did He choose you? Then He cannot bear that you would choose another. 
Did He buy you with His own blood? Then He cannot endure that you would think you are your own or that you belong to this world. He loved you with such a love that He would sooner die than you should perish. He cannot endure anything standing between Him and your heart’s love.     - C.H. Spurgeon.
"Invited to do God's Work"
Oct. 22 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Number 13: 1-33
     “For Jesus, the revelation of where the Father was working was His invitation to join in that activity. When you see the Father accomplishing His purposes 
around you, that is your invitation to adjust your life to Him and join Him in that work.” p. 123 Experiencing God Revised & Expanded - by Henry & Richard Blackaby and Claude King
"Loving God - It's all about Relationship"
Oct. 15th 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: John 14: 15-21      
"Sabbath Rest and Thankfulness"
Oct. 8th 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Exodus 20: 1-11      
     On January 31st, 1957, the Canadian Parliament proclaimed: A day of Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the bountiful harvest 
with which Canada has been blessed - to be observed on the 2nd Monday in October. Although decreed by Parliament, the roots of Thanksgiving are ancient and God ordained. The Jewish feast of Sukkot, that is the "Feast of Tabernacles" recalls God's provision to the Israelites while travelling through the desert to the promised land and is associated with the fall harvest and thanksgiving.
Therefore on October 8th we celebrate Thanksgiving Day
"God's Plan or Our Plan"
Oct. 1st 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Exodus 2: 11-15  to 3: 1-10                             
     October 1st is World Wide Communion Sunday. World Wide Communion Sunday originated in the Presbyterian Church (USA).
 In 1936, for the first time, the first Sunday in October was celebrated in Presbyterian churches in the United States and overseas. Intended to reflect and inspire unity among Christians, it serves as a consistent reminder of our common faith in Jesus Christ and what he has done for us.
We need to know what God has on His agenda for our church, our community and even our nation at this time in history. This is so we can, to quotes the words of Henry Blackaby… “adjust [our lives] to God so He can move [us] into the mainstream of His activity before it is too late.” (Experiencing God: workbook, p.37). This message speaks to the necessity of going with God’s plan.
"Servant Service"
 Sept. 24 
by Rev. David Fisher

  Scripture: Philipians 1:29 - 2:8
     Spiritual matters can only be understood only by those who listen to the Spirit of God. Scripture says: “The natural man does not welcome 
what comes from God’s Spirit, because it is foolishness to him; he is not able to know it since it is evaluated spiritually” 1 Cor. 2:14. This is the reason why Jesus insists that a person must be “born again,” namely “born of the Spirit” John 3:8. In this message, we will hear what Jesus himself meant by being “born again”.
 "New Birth - New Life"
 Sept. 17 
by Rev. David Fisher

  Scripture: John 3: 1-21
     Spiritual matters can only be understood only by those who listen to the Spirit of God. Scripture says: “The natural man does not welcome 
what comes from God’s Spirit, because it is foolishness to him; he is not able to know it since it is evaluated spiritually” 1 Cor. 2:14. This is the reason why Jesus insists that a person must be “born again,” namely “born of the Spirit” John 3:8. In today’s message we will hear what Jesus himself meant by being “born again”.
 "Asa's Snare"
 Sept. 10 
by Rev. David Fisher

  Scripture: 1 Kings 15: 9-24
     Asa was a king of Judea who did “what was right in the eyes of the Lord.” Nevertheless he fell short in the latter part of his life. 
What snared Asa can ensnare us too. That snare is the topic of this message. 
 "Give Thanks in All Things"
 Sept 3 
Guest: Laurence Weaver

  Scripture: Psalm 69: 29 - 36

   Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus.
       1 Thessalonians 5:18

 Aug 27 
Guest: Debbie Anderson

  Scripture: Revelation 21 & 22
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"Are You Living a Distracted Life"
 Aug 20 
Guest: Frank Traviss

  Scripture: Matthew 14: 22-32; Luke 10: 38-42

       Look straight ahead, and fix your eyes on what lies before you.  Proverbs 4:25

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 "The Strength of Love and Giftedness"
 Aug 13 
by Rev. David Fisher

  Scripture: 1st Corinthians: 13: 1-13; 14: 1-5

   “The greatest thing,” says someone, “a man can do for his Heavenly Father is to be kind to some of His other children.” I wonder why it is that we are 

not all kinder than we are? How much the world needs it! How easily it is done! How instantaneously it acts! How infallibly it is remembered! How super abundantly it pays itself back – for there is no debtor in the world so honorable, so superbly honorable, as love. “Love never faileth.” Love is success, love is happiness, love is life. “Love,” I say with Browning “is energy of life.” 1st Corinthians 13
 "Work Your Land"
 Aug 6 
by Melissia Fisher

  Scripture: Joshua 1: 1-9

     “God will not anoint who you want to be. He’ll anoint who you are. He made you to be that way for a purpose.” Don Moen on worship leading and being yourself

God has called everyone to something, be it small or great. He has not called anyone to nothing.
 "The Making of a Hero"
 July 30 
by Rev. David Fisher

  Scripture: 2 Samuel 23: 8 - 23
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 "To Live a Good Life By Truth"
 July 23 
by Rev. David Fisher

  Scripture: Proverbs 23: 22-24

When you think of it, really there are four fundamental questions of life. You've asked them, I've asked them, every thinking person asks them. 

They boil down to this; origin, meaning, morality and destiny. 'How did I come into being? What brings life meaning? How do I know right from wrong? Where am I headed after I die?' ..... Ravi Zacharias
   "Are you for Real"
   July 16 
by Rev. David Fisher

   Scripture: Luke 9: 57-62

     As the second World War approched, notable theologians expressed their dismay at both the policies of the third Reich and the state of the Christian 

church in Germany. Once such figure was Dietrich Bonhoeffer who wrote a book entitled, The Cost of Dicipleship, which has become a modern classic. As an outspoken opponet of the policies of Adolf Hitler, he was eventually executed shortly before the end of the war.
   "Made For Good Works"
   July 9 
by Rev. David Fisher

   Scripture: Ephesians 2: 1-10
   "God's Orders - Our Response"
   July 2 
by Rev. David Fisher

   Scripture: Romans 13:  1-8

     Whenever I have returned from overseas I feel more grateful for the blessing of being able to live in Canada. Here is a quote that appeared in the Halifax Colonist on Tuesday, July 2nd, 1867: 

“Yesterday we entered on the new epoch of our history ... The days of isolation and dwarf-hood are past ... we are a united people ... we have everything to inspire us with hope and confidence ... no perennial grievances demanding redress, no long-standing sore threatening to destroy the fabric of our political system. No cry for rights withheld or liberties denied can disturb the peace of our society.” 
While we have our “issues” we nevertheless must thank God for the freedoms and blessings we have been afforded. Today’s message will speak about the relationship between Christians and our government.



   "Running the Bases"
   June 25 
by Rev. David Fisher

   Scripture: Matthew 7:7-12;24-29

    Today we will welcome the Lord in prayer, hear the Word of God and honor Him with our praise and offerings.  So let’s worship,

eat and have fun together. This is the day the Lord has made,let us rejoice and be glad in it!

PLEASE NOTE: Outside picnic service was not recorded

"A Father and His Dysfunctional Family"
June 18 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Luke 15: 11-32
(Streamed live in stereo on Livestream at 10:30am)

     “The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively”. - Bob Marley

"When Things Go Right"
June 11 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Ephesians 1: 3-14
(Archived on Livestream)

     For most of life, nothing wonderful happens. If you don't enjoy getting up and working and finishing your work and sitting down to a meal with  family or friends,

then the chances are that you're not going to be very happy. If someone bases his happiness or unhappiness on major events like a great new job, huge amounts of money, a flawlessly happy marriage or a trip to Paris, that person isn't going to be happy much of the time. If, on the other hand, happiness depends on a good breakfast, flowers in the yard, a drink or a nap, then we are more likely to live with quite a bit of happiness. –Andy Rooney
"Power, Authority and Comfort
from the Holy Spirit

June 4 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Numbers 11:4-20
(Archived on Livestream)

     James E. Hamill answers the question, “What does Pentecost mean?” this way: What does Pentecost mean? To the Jews, an annual festival. To the world, a new dispensation (of grace, and the Holy Spirit in fulfillment of prophecy). 

To the Church, an impartation of power. To the individual believer, a glorious new life in the Spirit.” “Have you received the Holy Spirit since you believed?” (Acts 19:2).
"A Witness for Truth"
May 28 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Acts 1: 1 - 11
(Archived on Livestream)
   "As Emmanuel, Cardinal Suhard says, "To be a witness does not consist in engaging in propaganda, not even in stirring people up, but in being a living mystery. 
It means to live in such a way that one's life could not make sense if God did not exist." Madeleine L' Engle in Walking on Water: Refelections of Faith and Art
"One God Above All"
May 21 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Acts 17: 16-34
(Archived on Livestream)
      David AIkman holds a PH.D in Russian and Chinese history. He worked for over twenty years as a respected journalist for Time Magazine. 
A few years ago, he took some time off and wrote a book titled: Hope-A Hearts Great Quest. Through extensive study and interaction with people, he came to the conclusion that every human heart yearns for hope even if he or she doesn’t know what hope is. He wrote: “Hope is the distinguishing feature of Christianity compared to any other belief system. It is far more evident in Christianity than in any other religion or philosophy. In New Testament times, the two other prevailing philosophies did not offer hope. Stoics were educated, civilized, thoughtful, and kindly but were grieved at the condition of humankind and were unable to do anything else but live in quiet dignity. Meanwhile, the Epicureans simply sought pleasure. So people were cynics or hedonists. Christianity changed the prevailing attitude.
"Kingdom Movement"
May 14 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Matthew 16: 13-20
(Archived on Livestream)
     Confessions change things. Though they are mere words, consider the implications of a young man confessing his love for his beloved.
 Consider the accused confessing his guilt. Consider a student confessing she can’t read, or a doctor revealing her occupation when a man on an airplane is felled with a heart attack. So too believers in Jesus Christ are expected to make a confession. Mere words, but mere words open both possibilities and limit options.
Jesus said, “For whoever is ashamed of me and of my words, of him will the Son of Man be ashamed when he comes in his glory and the glory of the Father and of the holy angels” (Luke 9:26). Do not be afraid to let the world know are a follower of Jesus Christ.
"More Than Meets the Eye"
May 7 
by Rev. Charles Hofmeister

Scripture: Mark 10: 32-52
(Archived on Livestream)
     You have heard it said, “your eyes are bigger than your stomach.” I say to you that when we act on our faith our spiritual appetite grows and we are 
enabled to receive more of what God wants for us. Consider praying: “Lord may the eyes of my understanding be enlightened that I will know more of the hope of your calling and may digest more of the goodness and love you give me.” Amen. - DF.
"God's Plan for the World"
April 30 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: 1 Peter 1: 13-25
(Archived on Livestream)

      The first thing to say here is that Peter does not say, “Become holy” but “be holy”…The truth is that you and I are already holy.   

 Theologically speaking, it is not something that we become: we are holy already, so “Be holy…” That being the case, what does holiness mean in this context? Clearly, it is not a definition of our behavior because otherwise, we would be able to ‘become holy’ by behaving better. No, holiness is our status, not a description of how we behave and so we are to be holy like the Holy One, like God.
"It's Better Over There"
April 23 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: 1 Peter 1: 3-9
(Archived on Livestream)

   Prayer by 19th century author Thomas Reade
     Blessed Saviour! Oh lover of my soul, give me the grace to love you. Never, oh never let me forget your bloody sweat, your cross and passion,

your known and unknown agonies, when you made your soul an offering for sin. Oh! that I had a heart to love you with a supreme affection. Come, blessed Spirit, shed abroad in my Saviours love, and that will kindle mine. ...continued in this weeks bulletin - don't forget your copy
"Easter Service"
April 16 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 15: 1-28
(Archived on Livestream)

     Celebraste with us the resurrection of Jesus on the third day after his burial and crusifiction by the Romans. Also known as resurrection Sunday.

"Good Friday Service"
April 14 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: various
(Archived on Livestream)

       Jesus said: “Do not let your hearts be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in me ... I will come again and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there you may be also.”

"The Prophecies of Palm Sunday"
April 9 
by Rev. David MacKenzie

Scripture: Zechariah 9: 9-17;
                     Romans 11:25-32,
                                      John 12: 12-32 
(Archived on Livestream)

    Palm Sunday represents the pinnacle of Christ's earthly ministry. Yet, how brief was the pinnacle! In the midst of His passion, however, Jesus is not just fulfilling His ministry, He is also signalling changes that are still to come.

"Life Like or Life Lived"
April 2 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Ezekiel 37:1-14   Romans 8:1-11
(Archived on Livestream)
God Said NO!
I asked God to take away my habit.
God said, No. it is not for me to take away, but for you give it up.
I asked God to make my handicapped child whole.
God said, No. his spirit is whole, his body is only temporary.
I asked God to grant me patience.
God said, No. patience is a byproduct of tribulations; it isn’t granted, it is learned.
I asked God to give me happiness.
God said, No. I give you blessings; Happiness is up to you.
I asked God to spare me pain.
God said, No. suffering draws you apart from worldly cares and brings you closer to me.
I asked God to make my spirit grow.
God said, No. you must grow on your own, but I will prune you to make fruitful.
I asked God for all things that I might enjoy life.
God said, No. I will give you life, so that you may enjoy all things.
I asked God to help me LOVE others, as much as He loves me.
God said… Ahhh, finally you have the idea.
"Divine Directives"
March 26 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Ephesians 4:17 - 5:14
     Are there rules of conduct for Christians? Well yes. But they are not like the laws of the land which demand our obedience to prevent incarceration. 
They are more like points on a roadmap to guide us to where God wants us to go, to find fulfillment and purpose in him, and harmony with others. This sermon will address practical points for the journey.
"Free to Live by Faith"
March 19 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Exodus 17: 1-7
     The ancient Israelite community under the leadership of Moses journeyed through a desert toward the land that God promised to them. 
This picture is, in one sense, a metaphor for the journey of life that each of us walk. In today’s scripture, we read how God led them to a place where it appeared they could die of thirst. Their reaction, along with that of Moses and God’s response is both telling and profound. How those lessons can be applied to our lives is the subject of this sermon.
"The Humility of Christ"
March 12 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Phillipians 2: 1-13
     Always remember that true submission consists in a spirit of universal obedience to the whole will of God because it is His will. 
A truly submissive person will regard the will of God on all subjects as the highest good. He has no goal in view other than in everything to be directed by the will of God. For him, nothing is so dear, so desirable, so preferred as to have the whole will of God done on earth as it is in heaven. Consequently, a submissive person does no picking and choosing among the commandments of God, being pleased with some more than others, and preferring obedience to one rather than another. The revealed will of God (however it may be made known, whether by His Word, providence or Spirit) is the principal and universal law to which he yields a universal and joyful obedience. Charles G. Finney in Principles of Consecration, p.13
"Temptation as Preparation"
March 5 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Matthew 4: 1-11
     If you live here you know the seasons: winter, spring, summer and fall. Every year Christian churches throughout the world remember the 
birth of Jesus and most significantly celebrate  his resurrection from the dead. The calendar of the "Christian year" is used by many churches world-wide to live out our spiritual story - the story of Jesus Christ and his message of God's love for us.
"Behold the Glory"
Feb 26 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: ! Corinthians 3
     People change in all sorts of ways. Some become more or less physically fit. Some become more or less emotionally stable. 
Some become more or less kind and loving. The apostle Paul makes the case that we become more, that is better, when the Spirit of the living God changes us. It is then that we reflect God’s glory. Today’s sermon will reflect on this process. 
"A Matter of the Mind"
Feb 19 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Colossians 1: 9-23
     “You cannot have a positive life and a negative mind.” “Don't reason in the mind just obey in the spirit.” “If you only do what is easy, 
you will always remain weak.” “Your life will not get straightened out until your mind does.”
― Joyce Meyer, Battlefield of the Mind: Winning the Battle in Your Mind
"Experiencing God Through Kingdom Principles"
Feb 12 
by Brian Glazier

Scripture: Matthew 6: 19 - 34
“The kingdom of God does not consist in talk, but in power, that is, in works and practice. 
God loves the doers of the word in faith and love,  and not the mere hearers, who, like parrots, have learned to utter certain expressions with readiness. “Martin Luther. “Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength.” - Corrie ten Boom, (Clippings from My Notebook)
"Whispering Sin"
Feb 5 
by Frank Traviss

Scripture: Proverbs 18: 1-10
     Proverbs 18:   1. An unfriendly person pursues selfish ends and against all sound judgment starts quarrels. 
2. fools find no pleasure in understanding but delight in airing their own opinions. 3. When wickedness comes, so does contempt, and with shame comes reproach. 4. The words of the mouth are deep waters, but the fountain of wisdom is a rushing stream. 5. It is not good to be partial to the wicked and so deprive the innocent of justice. 6. The lips of fools bring them strife, and their mouths invite a beating. 7. 
The mouths of fools are their undoing, and their lips are a snare to their very lives. 8. The words of a gossip are like choice morsels; they go down to the inmost parts. 9. One who is slack in his work is brother to one who destroys. 10. The name of the Lord is a fortified tower; the righteous run to it and are safe.
"The Greatness of our God"
Jan 29 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Colossians 1: 9-23
     If we are to be disciples of Jesus, we must be made disciples supernaturally; as long as we have the dead set purpose of being disciples 
we may be sure we are not. “I have chosen you.”  That is the way the grace of God begins. It is a constraint we cannot get away from; we can disobey it, but we cannot generate it. The drawing is done by the supernatural grace of God, and we never can trace where His work begins. Out Lord’s making of a disciple is supernatural. He does not build on any natural capacity at all. God does not ask us to do the things that are easy to us naturally; He only asks us to do the things we are perfectly fitted to do by His grace, and the cross will come along that line always. - Oswald Chamber in My Utmost for His Highest
"It Comes From the Lord"
Jan 22 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Colossians 1: 9-23
     It is a wonderful thing to see God use natural talents and resources to accomplish His purposes. Surrendering these areas of our lives to 
His use is both vital and refreshing. But it is tragic when the high point of the believer’s life is accomplishing something humanly possible. We must be known for practical service, plus. It is the plus that often gets forgotten. The plus in the impossible. 
- Bill Johnson in Experience the Impossible, p. 76
   Here is a prayer from Bill Johnson you may want to consider praying: Father, “I often reduce Your will to what I can do with or without You. Forgive me for that. Help me to see the surrounding situations the same way Jesus would see them. I want to illustrate Your heart for people with my money and time, but also with what You have given me from Your world — the power of heaven. I will embrace Your heart until Your heart becomes mine.”
"Is Your God too Small"
Jan 15 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Colossians 1: 9-23
     Have you ever felt a sense of awe when you’ve thought of God? If you have do you still have that sense of awe? The apostle Paul knew God was 
awesome and prayed for the “holy people in the city of Colossae” that they would know it too. May this message encourage you to grow spiritually and come to a fuller knowledge of the greatness of God.
"Christian Living for today and Eternity"
Jan 8 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Isaiah 60: 1-6,  Matthew 2: 1-2; 9-12
Most of you have heard of the 12 days of Christmas but did you know that Christians used to celebrate from Christmas to January the 6th  -
twelve days straight?  January 6th marks the twelfth and is known as Epiphany. It is celebrated in many countries throughout the world as a Christian Feast day.
     The ancient celebration marks the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist, as well as the visit from the three Wise Men – which is why it’s also known as “Three Kings Day”.
     The word Epiphany comes from Greek and means “manifestation”. It has been celebrated in Europe since the 4th century and is associated with the Magi or three Wise Men.
     The Gospel of Matthew says the three kings followed a star across the desert to Bethlehem, bearing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. Gold represents his royal standing, frankincense his divine birth and myrrh his mortality which had been used in the preparation of bodies for burial. 
Please consider praying: Lord manifest your Presence to me as we worship
"Christian Living for today and Eternity"
Jan 1 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Ecclesiastes 3: 1-13, Matthew 25: 31-46
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Solomon, reputed to be the wisest man of antiquity, wrote this:
“I know that there is nothing better for people than to be happy and to do good while they live.”
Jesus, on the other hand, told a parable which, when properly understood, states that the righteous and the unrighteous shall be judged according to how they have lived. How both are true and how we are to live in light of the truths they teach is the subject of today’s message.

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may be removed to make
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CFC Sermons 2016

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Previous years available by request.
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