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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.
Our Pastor of Children & Families, Rev. April Coleman, shares this challenging and encouraging message exploring Jesus’ command to His followers to be “salt and light” in the world. Based on Matthew 5: 13-16.
Dr. Jorgenson helps us understand that the “amazing grace” that God shows to us is not a singular event when we come to faith in Him. But, it is a process that begins with that event. Based on Mark 8: 22-26. This recording begins as Dr. Jorgenson starts his message following the playing of Amazing…
Rev. Chris Walk is our guest proclaimer today. In his message he shares insights as to the unity that we are called to as believers and as members of the family of faith. Based on John 17: 20-23.
Dr. Hinson shares his final message as our Senior Pastor. Based on Jesus’ reassuring words for His disciples about the work that His disciples would do after He returned to the Father and the Holy Spirit would come. John 14: 8-17, 25-27
In this Graduate Sunday message Rev. Steve Branch, LBC’s youth pastor, revisits core teachings that all believers need to keep in their minds and hearts. Based on Ecclesiastes 1: 1-10; 12: 13-14.
Dr. Hinson’s message is based on Mark 4: 30-32 that relates Jesus’ teaching regarding the mustard seed. He reminds us that small things do indeed matter.
A message based on this parable of Jesus that is only found in Mark’s Gospel. Mark 4:26-29
Where do we find ourselves in this familiar parable? Based on Mark 4: 1-20.
This message by Dr. Hinson examines the transforming experience that the apostles had with Jesus on the beach after a long night of futile fishing. Based on John 21:1-19 and Acts 9: 1-20.