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March 2018

“What Difference Does It Make? The Doctrine of Election Clarified

We’ve all been quoted as having said these words: “What Difference Does it Make?” This is the title for this week’s message in the book of Romans 9:6-13. We embark upon a dangerous and treacherous journey of seeking to understand and comprehend the mind and heart of God when it comes to the subject of salvation. Where heretical teachings have risen is often around the subject of God’s will in choosing some to salvation, we

Lesson Three: Bibliology 2018 – Canon and Integrity

Lesson Three: 2018 Bibliology – Canon and Integrity
Pastor Pete will share with the class on why the Apocryphal books are not included in the Christian / Protestant Bible. He will also lead the class in a discussion on how we got our English Bibles, the difference between sources: Textus Receptus and the work of Westcott and Hort. The clas will also discuss a brief discussion on the amazing heptatic structure of the Scriptures.

” What in the World is God Doing?”

What in the World is God Doing? It may seem like God is indifferent and may have even dismissed the world and all of our sin and problems altogether. The Apostle Paul speaks to His work in salvation using as His example His covenant people of Israel, the Jewish people. No one group of people have been given so much, and yet, it seems as if with all of God’s fervent work, little has been accomplished. Has God’s Word and Work failed? In this sermon Pastor Pete introduces us to the heart of Pa

Bibliology, Lesson Two: Inerrancy – Are the Scriptures Reliable?

Lesson Two: Inspiration and Inerrancy – Are the Holy Scriptures Reliable? Pastor Pete leads this class looking at some errant views of inspiration, how the inspiration of the Biblical text take place, arguments for inerrancy, other historical texts in comparison to the Biblical text, the basis for inclusion as Scripture and why the Apocryphal books are rejected in the Protestant Bible. 

Lesson 2 Bibliology 2018 Inspiration and Inerrancy

Bibliology, Lesson One: Inspiration and Revelation

In this class we discuss how we came to have our English Bibles.  Holy men of God were inspired by God’s special Revelation of His every word and the very Words of God. We believe in the inerrant Word of God and the sufficiency of the Word of God.  

“The Spirit of Intimacy”

What or Who do you love the most? The Scriptures are very clear on this subject. Matthew 22:37-40 tells us we are to love God first and foremost above ourselves or anything else. To ignore this precept is to essentially break all of the ten commandments. Loving God helps us to love others; serving God helps us to serve others. The centrality of our intimacy with God has everything to do with the core and passion of our hearts and lives. In Romans 8:28-39 we see the “SPIRIT OF INTIMACY” – (

February 2018

“Jesus, Our Living Hope”

1 Peter 1:1-9

The Psalm of the Cross of Christ

Psalm 22

One of the greatest apologetics for the defense of the reliability of the Scriptures is the subject of prophecy. How could have the psalmist written such a precise description of the suffering Savior hundreds of years before the event? There is only one explanation: the prophetic word of God. We can take great comfort in the realization that God’s Word is true from cover to cover and reliable for faith, life and practice. This Psalm, Psalm 22:1-31 speaks to the suffering Servant

“Triumph of the King!”

Psalm 20: and 21: go together. David writes this psalm, (Psalm 21:1-13) to the Choir Director of Israel to petition the Lord for His favor and protection in Psalm 20: and then he writes another song to be sung by the nation of God’s provision and grace in giving the nation physical and spiritual victory over their enemies in Psalm 21:. It is sad when God gives victory and His people do not give Him the praise who made it all possible. It’s as if God can’t win with us, even as His people. H

“Trust Not in Chariots”

The Battle Belongs to the Lord
Psalm 20:1-9
Whenever we find ourselves up against a battle, we obviously want God’s help and favor. King David was no different. As he anticipated physical conflict with his enemies he also considered the spiritual connection and found himself, with his people, on their knees in petition seeking God’s favor and help. Victory in any battle must proceed from a reservoir of personal intimac