Sunday Worship 1/23/22

No Division
1 Corinthians 1:10-17 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

Division is a powerful tool of Satan. His desire is to divide all types of relationships: husbands and wives, parents and children, siblings and friends. Of course, the church is no exception. Paul appeals to the church to guard against division and to focus on what unites us.

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Sunday Worship 1/16/22

Let Go. Move Forward.
Joshua 1:1-9 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

If we are to let the past go and move forward, why is it that we struggle to do just that? God tells us to be strong and courageous, so isn’t that enough encouragement? Perhaps that is the warning. Today, we will finally see the encouragement we need to, “arise, go…”

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Sunday Worship 1/9/22

Let Go. Move Forward. Pt 2
(History of SCBC)
Joshua 1:1-9 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

Letting the past go does not mean forgetting past lessons or promises. Along with letting go, we must also move forward and do so in a methodical way. Joshua must let go and move. We too must be a church body that sees what God has done and look forward to what God will do.

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Sunday Worship 1/2/22

Let Go. Move Forward. Pt 1
Joshua 1:1-9 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

We just finished a series entitled, “Fear Not,” but the future is a scary place. It’s tough to leave what you know and start again. I hope you are encouraged as we look at the message delivered to Joshua, as Israel reboots and starts a new chapter in its history.

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Sunday Worship 12/26/21

Fearing the Evil of this World
Matthew 2:1-12 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

Jesus told us that in this world, we will have tribulation. Those tribulations can come from many different sources, especially from the sinfulness and evil intentions of man. Jesus continues by saying, “But take heart; I have overcome the world.” We should not be afraid, but instead be confident as we walk with the Lord.  

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Sunday Worship 12/19/21

Fearing the Unexpected
Luke 2:1-21 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

Many of us like a routine because it makes us feel comfortable. Get up in the morning, go to work or school, eat three meals a day, then finally, go to bed expecting more of the same routine tomorrow. Then it happens… the unexpected. Fear not and know that with God nothing is unexpected.

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