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.
2 Samuel 7:4-17 RE Scott Shaw continues his series on Biblical Covenants.
Genesis 29:1-30 RE Randy Meyers continues in his wonderful series on Jacob [and Esau].
Genesis 27:41 – 28:9 RE Randy Meyers gives us a view of Jacob and Rebekah’s family – and perhaps some insight into our own families.
Romans 7:7-14 RE Scott Shaw takes us on another step in his series The Biblical Covenants.
Genesis 27:30-40. RE Randy Meyers adds illumination to a rather unflattering episode in the life of a great Patriarch.
Romans 13:1-7; 1 Peter 2:13-17. TE Mike Frison shares some not so popular advice for the church and her leaders. Podcast.
Genesis 27:1-29. RE Randy Meyers preaching from Genesis 27, and continuing in his series on Jacob and Esau. This event is unflattering, sad and convicting.
James 2:14-26. RE Scott Shaw helps us gain a better grasp of what “faith” is about.
Genesis 25:27-34. What’s the benefit of rearing up a family in the Christian faith, anyway? RE Randy Meyers presents a convincing argument that the benefits are many.
Genesis 25:19-20. RE Randy Meyers is embarking on a sermon series which will “feature” Jacob and Esau, the two sons of Isaac. In this sermon Randy sets the stage for what is to come.
Luke 22:35-38. Not particularly long, but RE Randy Meyers shows us how this passage points to a critical stage in the earthly ministry of Jesus.
Genesis 15:1-21; 17:1-8. The Patriarch, Abraham is greatly revered in Scripture. RE Scott Shaw helps us understand perhaps just why this man is so important to a proper understanding of Scripture.
Luke 18:1-8 Randy’s series in Luke continue to be very helpful.
Luke 11:29-32 What does Jonah have to do with “the loving Jesus”?
Genesis 1:26-30 and 2:15-17. Hard to get much closer to “the beginning” than Genesis One. And it is here- at the beginning -that God begins his covenant making.
Luke 13:1-9 Jesus’ message gets more serious.