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Dr. Jorgenson uses the familiar parable of The Lost Sheep from Luke 15: 1-7 to guide us in thinking about what it is that might be holding us back from experiencing the “joy of heaven”.
Dr. Jorgenson’s message is based on Jeremiah 18: 1-11. There are many lessons to be learned by observing the potter at work.
This is Dr. Jorgenson’s message from his first Sunday with us as our Interim Preaching Pastor. Based on Luke 14: 1-14, Dr. Jorgenson explains how Jesus brings a “mirror” when he comes to dinner.
Reverend Melanie Walk shares a challenging message asking us to evaluate our “growing” in our faith. Are we still taking in the “milk” of faith or are we seeking to feed on “solid” spiritual food? Based on Hebrews 5: 11-14. As she closes her message, she references watching a video. You can likely find it…
This is the second message from Rev. Carson addressing the important message that we do indeed need the church in our lives today. Based on Ephesians 3: 7-21.
Rev. Chris Carson is a former LaFayette member who now serves as a missionary. His message today is the first of a two-part series examining the need that we have for the church today. This message is based on Ephesians 4: 1-6, 11-16.
This message from Dr. Robbie Byrd addresses Jesus’s teaching regarding our responsibility to be reconciled with our brothers and sisters in the faith. Based on II Corinthians 5: 16-21.
Dr. Jorgenson shares a timely word regarding our praying with valuable insights into the parable that follows Luke’s account of Jesus instructing his disciples regarding prayer. Based on Luke 11: 1-13.
This message was shared by Retired US Army Chaplain Mike Cox. It is based on II Kings 5: 1-14.
Our pulpit guest today is Rev. Michael Johnson. His message is based on II Kings 5: 1-14 that shares the account of the healing Naaman of his leprosy.