The Greatest Love Story Ever Told

Sunday, February 14th 2016  |  Romans 8:31-39 God’s love in creation, and God’s love expressed in fullness in the Person of Jesus Christ, the effulgence of God Himself. About Karl Poppelreiter: Karl has been a pastor/elder in the Sierra Nevada mountains. He served as pastor/elder with Eric Peterman from 1991 to 2003 (and Karl and Eric […]

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In Defense of the Gospel

Sunday, October 25th 2015  |  Galatians 1:5-24 The gospel of grace is under various kinds of siege in our day. In this sermon Karl demonstrates how humanism and self-reliance and human “ability” have undermined the gospel and it’s authority and power to save and to change lives supernaturally. About Karl Poppelreiter: Karl has been a pastor/elder […]

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Sunday, August 16th, 2015  |  Romans 4:1-5 What conditions must be present in the life, attitude and mind of the unbeliever before they can be justified by faith alone in Christ? The answer from the Bible catches many people off-guard, because it is against human nature, and because wrong ideas have been taught or implied […]

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Sunday, July 5th 2015  |  1 Corinthians 5:1-13 In light over recent cultural and legal changes, how should the body of Christ respond to sins within and without. 1 Corinthians 5 gives us a good idea. The most important moral task the church has is to keep itself free from the ravages of serious sins […]

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The Thief on the Cross

Sunday, June 7th, 2015  |  Luke 23:33-47 The sure and certain promise of Jesus to the dying thief is powerful proof that grace from God does the work of converting, and then begins the work of working out sanctification, even in the last hours of a life saved by Christ. Hugh McCann takes us from […]

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Hope: An Anchor for the Soul

Sunday, April 12th, 2015  | Hebrews 6:10-20 Hope is what makes the future worthwhile. The hope of the future of the believer, after this life, is anchored firmly in the character, promise and perfection of God. We are storm tossed, yet the captain of our ship has gone ahead and anchored us beyond the veil […]

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Sunday April 5th, 2015  |  Luke 24:13-35 Our Easter day sermon. The two disciples on the road to Emmaus show the tragic personal result of not believing the difficult passages of Scripture, and show us what happens when we pick and choose the “happy” passages for ourselves. Jesus uses the Old Testament to straighten them […]

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The Triumphal Entry of the King

Sunday, March 29th 2015  |  Matthew 21: 1-14 This sermon takes a different approach to the Triumphal Entry (Palm Sunday) and traces the coming of Messiah back through the Abrahamic and Davidic covenants and then finally connects the body of Christ, by God’s grace through faith alone in Christ alone, to the David Reign in […]

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Sunday, March 22nd 2015  |  John 15: 12-16:1 The Lord Jesus does not leave his disciples, who would become apostles to the church, without instruction, comfort, and the promise of Divine unction to carry out the Father’s mission to the world, and to build Christ’s church. In this passage they, and we are given comfort […]

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