New Here
Come, join our church family! Sunday School starts at 9:00 a.m. Fellowship time is from 9:45 a.m. to 10:05 a.m. Worship service starts at 10:15 a.m.
Search this Site
SearchSearch
The secret to contentment is a relationship with Jesus (Philippians 4:10-13)

    Weekly Preachings

    Home - Blogs - Weekly Mesage
    MonMondaySepSeptember18th2017 September 17, 2017
    byDelaine Donaldson Tagged No tags 0 comments Add comment
    A Question From Jesus
    by Delaine Donaldson

    Scripture: Luke 18:1-8
    Audio Sermon_Sun_9-17-17.mp3
    MonMondaySepSeptember11th2017 September 10, 2017
    byDelaine Donaldson Tagged No tags 0 comments Add comment
    W. T. Gordon portrayed by Delaine Donaldson in celebration of First Christian Church's 150th Anniversary Audio Sermon_Sun_9-10-17.mp3
    ThuThursdayAugAugust10th2017 July 30, 2017
    byPastor David McConnell Tagged No tags 0 comments Add comment

    WHAT COULD HAPPEN ON A MISSION TRIP?

    Scripture: Acts 13:1-3

    Let’s look at the mission trip Paul and Barnabas went on and take note of some of the things that happened to them.  Some of those same things could happen to the team that we are sending out.  By looking at what could happen on this mission trip, I believe we will be convinced of the importance of holding these people up in prayer before the Lord.

    I. THEY MIGHT CONFRONT THE ____________ (Acts 13:8-

        12) 

     

    II. THEY MIGHT BECOME _________________________.    

         (Acts 13:13)

     

    III. THEY MIGHT HAVE OPPORTUNITIES TO SHARE

          ______________________.   (Acts 13:13-15) 

     

    IV. THEY MIGHT BE TEMPTED WITH TOO MUCH

          ______________________.  (Acts 14:8-13)

     

    V. THEY MIGHT EXPERIENCE _________________

         (Acts 14:19-20)

        

    Work as if everything depended upon you and pray as if everything depended upon God.  Our mission team will be working.  Let’s commit ourselves to praying for them!   

    Audio Sermon_Sun_7-30-17.mp3
    ThuThursdayAugAugust10th2017 August 6, 2017
    byPastor David McConnell Tagged No tags 0 comments Add comment

     CHOOSING THE RIGHT KIND OF BREAD

    One day in His ministry, Jesus warned His followers about making a terrible mistake.  The mistake they were about to make was choosing the wrong kind of bread.

    Scripture: John 6:25-35

    Is that such a serious thing – to choose the wrong kind of bread?  It is!  A closer look at this passage along with the verses that come after it will help us understand how important it is to choose the right kind of bread.  We need to look for four qualities in bread to help us choose the right kind of bread.

    I. BREAD THAT WON’T _______________ (27)

     

     

    II. BREAD THAT __________________ (35)

     

     

    III. BREAD THAT IS ____________ (32)

     

     

    IV. BREAD THAT __________________ (49-51)

    Audio Sermon_Sun_8-6-17.mp3
    MonMondayJunJune26th2017 June 18, 2017
    byPastor David McConnell Tagged No tags 0 comments Add comment

    THE SHEPHERD MEETS OUR NEEDS

    Psalms 23:1-6

    Is the Bible still useful today?  I suggest to you that the Bible is still useful because it is still meeting the needs of people today.  One of the reasons for that is that the needs of mankind have not changed much throughout the centuries.  These ancient needs are still being met by this ancient book because this ancient book tells us about the Ancient of Days who is still meeting the needs of modern man.  In Psalms 23, there are three ancient needs that are still being met by the Lord who is our Shepherd.

    I. THE NEED FOR ___________________________.

     

     

     

    II. THE NEED FOR ___________________________.

     

     

     

    III. THE NEED FOR __________________

     

     

     

     

    Don’t discard the Bible simply because it is old.  It tells of the one who can still meet all of the needs in your life.

    Audio Sermon_Sun_06-18-17.mp3
    Weekly Preachingsby
    Senior Pastor David McConnell; Youth Pastor Martin Reyes; 217.342.6797
    Powered by iMinistries Church Website CMS.