Messages from our Ministers

Don’t Bury What God Gives

September 13, 2020

by Pastor Joel Plisek

Scripture Reading: Matthew 25:14-30

Growing up I had this dog named Misty, we learned not to leave things around the house.  Why?  Because she would eat them?  No!  Misty’s problem was that she would bury what she found outside in the back yard.  There was one time I could honestly say to my teacher that my dog took my homework. Shoes, hats, coats, if you were looking for a missing sock it was outside.  She just had a natural inclination to bury things.

When I was reading this scripture, I was thinking about Misty and how sometimes we bury that which God gives us.


Be a Faithful Steward

September 6, 2020

by Pastor Charles Nyamakope

Scripture Readings:

  • Psalm 24:1-2
  • 1 Peter 4:10
  • 1 Corinthians 4:1-2
  • Genesis 39:1-6
  • Timothy 6:17-19
  • 2 Corinthians 9:6-8


Over the coming weeks we will be covering a sermon series on stewardship and worship. Topics that we will cover will be:

  • What is stewardship and its biblical foundations?


Love One Another

August 30, 2020

by Pastor Charles Nyamakope

Scripture Reading: Romans 12:9-21 and Romans 15:23-24

Today’s scripture lesson is from Paul’s letter to the Romans. This letter is believed to have been written by Apostle Paul in AD 57 from Corinth which is around present-day Athens in Greece. This letter is probably the only one that Paul wrote to a community he had never visited before. Paul did not plant the Church in Rome. Among the other reasons for writing this letter Paul is addressing the issue of love among the brethren in Rome. The teaching about love for each other is important for Paul as he prepares this congregation to host him on his mission trip to Spain (Romans 15:23-24). This teaching is also important to us today as we pursue our mission to be the hands of Jesus Christ.

In today’s scripture lesson, Paul speaks strongly on the topic of love saying: