Upcoming Sermon on February 4, 2018

The proof is in the pudding, or so the old saying goes.  Your response shows what you see, tells others what resonates with your heart.  So, let me ask you, “How great is your God?”  Should you never you His name in vain or never use his name?  I find two eternally great aspects of the God of the bible.  First, he restores; He takes broken and rebuilds.  Second, he is honest.  He only speaks truth.  Honestly, what would he say about your actions?

How great is your God?  Your actions tell how great you think he is.

Upcoming Sermon on January 28, 2018

Matt Huddleston spent this past week participating in a study sabbatical at Harding University this week. Because of that, we will have a special guest speaker today. Terry Rush, the former Preaching Minister for the Memorial Drive Church of Christ will be speaking from 1 John 3:1. Terry is so encouraging and uplifting.

MAIN IDEA – We tend to live with humanistically manageable faith rather than with a great confidence in God.

Upcoming Sermon on December 31, 2017

Upcoming Sermon on December 24, 2017

Upcoming Sermon on December 17, 2017

Upcoming Sermon on December 10, 2017


In the birth story of Jesus, we are shown some amazing things.  Angels speaking, Virgin birth, uninvited guests showing up to see the new born King.  The shepherds and wise men make their way to Jesus.  What they offer and give is very telling.  If you were going to see the King, what gift would you bring?

Matthew 2:10-11 – When they saw the star, they were overjoyed.  (11)  On coming to the house, they saw the child with his mother Mary, and they bowed down and worshiped him. Then they opened their treasures and presented him with gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh.

Upcoming Sermon on December 3, 2017

Upcoming Sermon on November 26, 2017

What do I do?

What do I do?  Have you ever asked that of your parents, your partner or good friend?  Have you come to a point in life where there were several good choices, or maybe you’ve been in a place where there are no good choices, so you had to ask, “What do I do?”  We all need advice.  We all want to make sure we are making a good choice.  If Jesus was standing right next to you, would you seek his advice?  Would you ask him, “What do I do?”



John 6:28-29 –

They replied, “What should we do?”  Jesus told them, “This is the only work God wants from you: Believe in the One He has sent.”



Upcoming Sermon on November 19, 2017


They say that those who win the lottery feel extreme loneliness.  Why?  Because they don’t have any real way to gauge their relationships.  All the people in their life now see them as someone to kiss-up to, or a place to get stuff or money. 

Jesus, the Son of God, instigator of wonderful miracles, faced similar settings.  This week, we will look at two questions that show the constant demands placed on Jesus and His wisdom and power to overcome. 

What would you ask of Jesus?  Would it be a “gimme” question?


James 4:3 –

And even when you ask, you don’t get it because your motives are all wrong—you want only what will give you pleasure.



Upcoming Sermon on November 12, 2017

If you could ask God any question what would it be? Would it be funny like, ‘Did Adam have a belly button?” or would you get right to it with a more serious question like, “Do you even care if I live?” God, in is infinite wisdom, allows the characters of the Bible to poise some serious questions to Jesus. They speak for us. And Jesus’ response will amaze you.