The preaching of God’s Word is a high priority at Stonebridge. We make available our sermons for those unable to attend on Sundays. We hope we are all helped as we listen to the Word of God preached.
Mike Frison has a very good challenge for each of us: Be Ready- Jesus is coming back when we don’t expect him.
Ephesians 2:13-22. How is the Preaching of God’s Word a means of grace to God’s people? RE Scott Shaw has some good insight and great teaching on the subject.
1 John 2:1 Randy only covers 1/2 of a verse but how much came out of that one half.. even some 14 yr olds were impressed! No lists. Just one admonition from Randy.
1 John 1:5-10. We’re finally into the real content of this Letter of John. Randy challenged us with two questions: Does the extent of sin in our lives affect our ability to draw near to God? And, Is it possible that our view of our sin and the sin of others affect our ability to relate to one another?
Randy Meyers started into his series on 1 John. Narrative? No. Helpful? Yes! Listen online if you missed it.
Romans 9. RE Randy Meyers final sermon of his series- and sub-series -on Jacob and Esau. “The sovereignty of God need not be a big problem for sinners; in fact, it is their only hope!”
Randy is embarking on a new series, this one on the First Epistle of John. Catch this introduction if you missed it.
Luke 6: 1 – 12
Scott Shaw continues his series. So, if you were asked, how much of your income do you think you really should give to “the Church”? Scott presents an interesting perspective.
Romans 9. RE Randy Meyers continues what looks like will be a three-part sermon series on the Romans 9, where Paul comments on Jacob and Esau. Randy’s comment early on was that “This is not an easy subject, but it is in Scripture and I not only believe it is part of the whole counsel of God, but it is the passage that changed my view of God to what it is today”.
Romans 9. After a series which have had more of a narrative nature, Elder Randy Meyers shifted gears just a bit this Sunday and turned to a very “meaty” theological sermon. After his series on Jacob and Esau, Randy wants to use that as bit of a springboard to get us into the New Testament. Does the New Testament help us better understand the lessons we might learn from the Jacob and Esau narratives? This is a wonderful sermon to find out. Don’t miss listening!
Genesis 32 & 33. This is Randy’s final sermon in his 10-part series on Jacob & Esau. And what a story it ends up to be. Randy challenges us to see ourselves in Jacob, and to see the gracious work of the Gospel in play in the life of Jacob.
The Bride of Christ. That is a curious name given to the church, isn’t it? Don’t miss the first of a several part series by Scott Shaw on what this concept really means and why it is special for us today.
Genesis 32:21-32 Randy Meyers stated that of the nine sermons in his Jacob & Esau series thus far, this one is the most dramatic and the one his is the most excited about. Why would that be? Listen and discover!
Due to schedule conflicts we apologize for not being able to provide an audio copy of the Dec. 26, 2010 sermon with Mike Frison.
Genesis 29:31 – 30:24 Elder Randy Meyers continues his series on Esau and Jacob. This week the story centers on the offspring of Jacob.