Jun 10, 2018
Being Honest with God
Being Honest With God
Acts 5:1-11
  • Jun 10, 2018Being Honest with God
    Jun 10, 2018
    Being Honest with God
    Being Honest With God
    Acts 5:1-11
  • Jun 3, 2018The Power of God’s Grace
    Jun 3, 2018
    The Power of God’s Grace

    June 3, 2018 The Power of God’s Grace

    Acts 4:32-37

  • May 27, 2018I Need To Make A Call
    May 27, 2018
    I Need To Make A Call

    May 27, 2018 I Need To Make A Call

          Memorial Day is a sacred day in our nation. Like others in our nation, I mourn the sacrifice of my uncle Robert's life in Viet Nam and for my father whose wounds and battles with malaria and pneumonia plagued him until his death 20 years ago. Their sacrifices and the sacrifices of millions of others raise this day above all others on our nation's cultural calendar.

          But for a day to be truly sacred, truly set aside for holy purposes, it must first be dedicated to the One Holy God who reigns over every man, woman, and nation.

          I would ask that this Memorial Day weekend we let God “rise up" in our souls and speak to us of courage and sacrifice and obligation. I would ask that we do this not merely as an act of love of country and of those who sacrificed their lives in war, but as an act of love for the God who is the Father of us all and who weeps for each of His lost children.

          Let God rise up in our hearts so that the world might know his Holy Way and no longer walk in the paths of war - so that the sounds of battle may be overwhelmed by an everlasting chorus of peace in Jesus Christ.

                                         In Christ's Grace and Peace, Pastor Bob

    Acts 4:23-31

  • May 20, 2018No Longer Afraid
    May 20, 2018
    No Longer Afraid

    May 20, 2018 No Longer Afraid

    Our message this Sunday will look at the fourth chapter of Acts and the first account of persecution of the newly established Church in Jerusalem. Where Peter and John once feared the power of religious authorities, they now speak boldly and clearly through the Holy Spirit. Our God has given us this same Spirit of boldness so that we can proclaim the good news of Jesus without hesitation.

    Grace and peace, 

                      Pastor Bob Weeks

    Acts 4:1-22

  • May 13, 2018The Holy Spirit…Get Up!
    May 13, 2018
    The Holy Spirit…Get Up!

    May 13, 2018 “The Holy Spirit….Get Up!

    Our message on Sunday morning will come from Acts 3, the story of Peter and John and a man unable to walk since birth. I'll share from the Bible the purpose of signs and miracles and why they still hold a purpose in today's church if we are to "get up!" and spread the good news of Jesus.

                      Grace and peace,

                      Pastor Bob Weeks

    Acts 3:1-10

  • May 6, 2018God’s Hunger is Greater Than Ours!
    May 6, 2018
    God’s Hunger is Greater Than Ours!

    May 6, 2018 “God’s Hunger is Greater Than ours!”

    Guest preacher Reverend Tommy Herndon, 

    Harrisonburg District Superintendent

    Isaiah 55:1-3

  • Apr 29, 2018The Holy Spirit…..Now What?
    Apr 29, 2018
    The Holy Spirit…..Now What?

    April 29, 2018 THE HOLY SPIRIT……Now what?

    The first step

    .... is in many ways the most difficult. Leaving behind a life-time of prejudices and traditions and routines. That's what Peter was asking of the crowd gathered on the Day of Pentecost in Acts 2. Repent and turn away from your sins. Be baptized into the name of the one who just weeks before you crucified. Receive His Holy Spirit.

    The steps to salvation were difficult but clear. And after several thousand in the crowd took the first steps of faith in Jesus Christ, the next question was natural:

    "Now what?"

    It's an important question to ask, not just at the beginning of a faith journey but at the start of every day in that journey. Now what, Lord? Yesterday is gone. Today is here. Tomorrow awaits. What would you have me do now?

    John Wesley had a prayer that helps clarify that question. It is a prayer for the start of the journey with Christ - and every day thereafter:

    I am no longer my own, but yours.
    Put me to what you will, rank me with whom you will;
    put me to doing, put me to suffering;
    let me be employed for you, or laid aside for you,
    exalted for you, or brought low for you;
    let me be full,
    let me be empty,
    let me have all things,
    let me have nothing:
    I freely and wholeheartedly yield all things
    to your pleasure and disposal.
    And now, glorious and blessed God,
    Father, Son and Holy Spirit,
    you are mine and I am yours. So be it.
    And the covenant now made on earth, let it be ratified in heaven.
                                                                                 Pastor Bob

    Acts 2:37-47

  • Apr 22, 2018The Spirit’s Witness
    Apr 22, 2018
    The Spirit’s Witness

    April 22, 2018 The Spirit’s Witness

    We continue in the book of Acts Sunday morning as we listen to the first sermon in the life of the freshly born church in Jerusalem. Peter gives witness to Jesus Christ through the Spirit and Word of God and the results are life-altering for the thousands listening.
    Let's pray that the Spirit will touch our hearts this Sunday in the same powerful way experienced by those first converts to Jesus Christ!

    Grace and Peace,

                             Pastor Bob

    Acts 2:14-36

  • Apr 15, 2018Holy Spirit… Here & Now!
    Apr 15, 2018
    Holy Spirit… Here & Now!

    April 15, 2018 Holy Spirit…. Here & Now!

    This Sunday we'll move deeper into the book of Acts and I hope you'll take time to read the second chapter of Acts in preparation. I was encouraged after receiving an email on Monday from one of our members sharing that she was reading through the entire book of Acts this week! Join her and get acquainted with the faith and inspiring sacrifices that built the early church from a handful of followers into a massive army of missionaries for Christ!


    When was the last time you remember being touched by the Holy Spirit? Not by a mere emotion. Not by a wayward thought. But by the very Holy Spirit of the living God? An unmistakable movement of God in your soul that brings conviction or comfort or a gift of the Spirit that begins to take root in your life? When was the last time?

    Many Christians have never moved beyond the porch of their initial faith and into the house of growth in Christ. There is so much more promised by God and knowing those promises and their source can be the beginning of a walk with Jesus Christ that goes far beyond your hopes and dreams.

    Some questions I'll address in this Sunday's message include:  If the Holy Spirit is a Comforter, why are so many people "dis-comforted" by the worship of churches that emphasize the "baptism of the Holy Spirit" and its manifestations such as speaking in tongues? If the Holy Spirit is a Teacher and Guide, why does the worship of some "Spirit-filled" Christians seem so frenetic and out of control? Is it possible to "live in the Spirit of God" and still retain the essential personality God endowed you with at birth?

    I hope you'll join us on Sunday morning as we continue our journey through God's Word in Acts.

                                                    Grace and Peace,

                                                              Pastor Bob

    Acts 2:1-13

  • Apr 8, 2018It’ll Happen
    Apr 8, 2018
    It’ll Happen

    April 8, 2018 It’ll Happen

    Easter is over! Or is it?

    We are about to begin a three-month journey through the book of Acts. And what we'll see is a church living out the Resurrection each and every day and not just one day a year - directed and empowered by the Holy Spirit and committed to Jesus' mandate to be his witnesses to the ends of the earth.

    Many congregations through the years have looked to Acts to rediscover the source of the church's power and its reason for being. I hope you'll come on Sunday and hear again the inspirational challenge of Acts to the modern church.

             In Christ's Grace and Peace,

                                                                                                                             Pastor Bob Weeks

    Acts 1:1-11