Archives: Sermons

  • Going to Court

    May 20, 2018 Sunday is PENTECOST. Imagine what it was like for the disciples to experience these words from Jesus: It is good that I go away because then I…

  • Jesus and You: The Light of the World

    John May 13, 2018 HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY! We are all grateful for mothers, even though you may not have one currently. Look around. There are many women who take on…

  • Give Him a Chance and You’ll Find the Truth

    John May 6, 2018 In the Bible, we find that people were often divided, sometimes even about Jesus. This fact may encourage or discourage you. You may be encouraged because–well,…

  • Jesus Walks on Water for You!

    John April 29, 2018 If you had the ability to do something fantastic, what would it be? What would you try to do? Would it be something extraordinary for your…

  • What’s in Your Basket?

    John April 22, 2018 This Sunday, April 22, join us for our monthly 4th Sunday Youth Led Worship! We will hear a message from Ross Shipman on the feeding of…

  • Guest Speaker Rev. Jamie Stanley

    April 15, 2018 This Sunday we get the privilege to hear a message from Rev. Jamie Stanley about the ministry of Southwest Pregnancy Services and the importance of upholding the…

  • Beware of Anti-Supernatural Christianity

    John April 8, 2018 Having just experienced Holy Week and now in the first week after the Resurrection, have you considered how extraordinary Jesus’ raising from the dead was, after…

  • O Happy Day!

    John April 1, 2018 Rise up early in the morning and join us just as you are for Sunrise Worship on the Patio. Jason Cordova sings “Jesus I Believe.” Ross…

  • Recognizing God’s Glory

    March 25, 2018 Would you recognize God's glory if it were in front of you? The crowds and Pharisees tempted Jesus to prove himself to be sent by God. "Show…

  • Food that Endures Forever

    John March 18, 2018 What a wonderful gift to receive a surprise celebration for reaching my tenth anniversary with FPCD! What a surprise when former Youth Pastor Steve Netniss walked…