Sermon Archives

Pastor Chad Bennett
November 17, 2019

Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit

Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit

Pastor Bennett explains from God’s word what the unforgivable sin is and admonishes all of us to repent and turn to Jesus.

November 10, 2019

Plundering the Strong Man

Plundering the Strong Man

Pastor Bennett tells us about the incomparable and unconditional victory that Jesus accomplished at the cross, defeating Satan and freeing the nations from bondage to sin.

November 3, 2019

The Lord of the Sabbath

The Lord of the Sabbath

Pastor Bennett explains how what is meant by God desiring mercy and not sacrifice and how Jesus is Lord of the Sabbath.

October 13, 2019

Jesus and John the Baptist

Jesus and John the Baptist

Continuing through the book of Matthew, Pastor Bennett preaches on the relationship between Jesus and John the Baptist.

October 6, 2019

Sheep Among Wolves

Sheep Among Wolves

Pastor Bennett continues the series in Matthew explaining how Christians can expect to be received by the world.

October 6, 2019

SN Trained by the yoke of affliction

SN Trained by the yoke of affliction
September 29, 2019

Great Is Your Faithfulness

Great Is Your Faithfulness

Reaching the central point of the book of Lamentations, Pastor Bennett explains that even when things look darkest, God is faithful to his people.

September 29, 2019

Sending Out the Disciples

Sending Out the Disciples

Pastor Bennett preaches on Jesus’ sending out of the 12 apostles to preach to the Jews and explains the implications that has for us today.

September 8, 2019

A Compassionate Savior and a Plentiful Harvest

A Compassionate Savior and a Plentiful Harvest

Pastor Bennett uses Jesus’ sending out of the 12 apostles to show His great heart for bringing in lost sinners.

September 1, 2019

Healing the Hopeless

Healing the Hopeless

Continuing in Matthew, Pastor Bennett recounts four miracles of Jesus and shows how they can produce three reactions in people:  hostility, amazement, or faith.

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