Contributing sermons since Dec 13, 2000
Contributed on Dec 4, 2023
Jesus had His birth in Bethlehem, but not His beginning, because He has always been.
Christ the Eternal Word John 1:1-3 Rev. Brian Bill December 2-3, 2023 Are you aware many of our mental images about Christmas come from medieval art, Christmas cards, or Christmas carols? Speaking of Christmas carols, sometimes it’s challenging for kids to sing the lyrics correctly. • For ...read more
Contributed on Nov 27, 2023
To walk by the Spirit, we must keep in step with the Spirit.
How to Walk by the Holy Spirit Galatians 5:16-25 Rev. Brian Bill November 25-26, 2023 I have the joy of being married to my best friend. I’ve been crazy about Beth from the first day we met and am always amped up when I get the chance to be around her. This is a bit embarrassing to admit, but in ...read more
Contributed on Nov 20, 2023
The Spirit inside you is better than Jesus beside you.
What the Holy Spirit Does John 14:26; 15:26; 16:7-15 Rev. Brian Bill November 18-19, 2023 One of the action steps from the message last weekend was to look for and listen to the nudges of the Holy Spirit. When the Spirit prompts us and pushes us, we were challenged to practice immediate ...read more
Contributed on Nov 13, 2023
If you’ve been born of the Spirit, the Holy Spirit is your holy Helper, who will always be with you while doing His work within you.
This topic makes me think of a book I read some time ago called, “The Forgotten God: Reversing our Tragic Neglect of the Holy Spirit.” Here’s something the author said: “From my perspective, the Holy Spirit is tragically neglected and, for all practical purposes, forgotten. While no evangelical ...read more
Contributed on Nov 7, 2023
Lord, since you revived others in the past, do it again right now, and let it begin with me.
Revive us Again Psalm 85:1-8 Rev. Brian Bill October 28-29, 2023 In the Massachusetts village of Northampton, a Congregational pastor knelt in prayer. He was burdened for the 1,100 souls of his little town who were in bondage to sin. In a few minutes he would be walking into the pulpit. Should ...read more