Some of us are content to just study. Some of us are content to just serve. Lord, let our study lead to our obedience that we might not become puffed up or idle. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
While some might say they don’t care what people think, all of us are led, in one degree or another, by the approval of others. Jesus reminds us of the approval we ought to seek first. Podcast: Play in ...
At a dinner party with a Pharisee, Jesus challenges his host and the rest of the guests on the hypocrisy and false teaching that are evident in their religious ...
Matthew 11:28—”Come to me all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” This Sunday we will be looking at what Jesus wants us to do with our baggage. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Jesus says “Go make disciples” and yet discipleship remains on the fringes of the church, a job for the really serious teacher types. It’s time that changes. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Over the next four weeks we will examine some “First Principles” outlined for us in the scriptures as we understand God’s plan for the church. The first is the primal creed, “Jesus is Lord!” Though simple in wording, this creed packs a lot of theology with implications for how we function as the people of […]
As those entrusted with the mission of God and the Word of God, Christians have a great responsibility to those around us. In this passage, Jesus speaks of his return and finding his servants obedient or wanting. Would that we be attentive to the unfolding plan of God for our lives and communities. Podcast: […]
Americans are fish in an ocean of materialism such that we hardly recognize what is all around us. As Jesus speaks about wealth and want, let us be open to the conviction of the Spirit concerning our own materialism. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
God speaks to us, but what do we do with that word? Just because we have “ties” to Christianity doesn’t make us ok in God’s eyes, rather He expects us to respond to his Word. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Jesus encounters another person who is being oppressed by a demonic spirit. After setting the man free he is accused of being strengthened by demonic power himself. While many people today are unsure about religion, they continue to be intrigued by the occult. They see it as a source of power and spirituality that does […]
Today we hear from Rafael and Mary Restrepo who serve as church planters in Spain. God has blessed their ministry to plant three churches and has opened up new areas of ministry during their recent term in Spain. Allow your heart to be moved for the lost and broken as you hear their story. […]
Jesus instructs his disciples how to pray and we are to listen to him. While these words are incredibly familiar, we must push past our assumptions on prayer and be encouraged by Jesus’ command. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
It is easy for faith to devolve into a series of religious observances, doing this and that to please God, and to maintain the church. We serve and do, sometimes without even stopping to listen to Jesus. Today we will be reminded that true discipleship cannot stray from time spent with Jesus. Podcast: Play […]
Dix Hills EFC (Dix Hills, NY)
- First Principles: Disciples Make Disciples September 14th, 2014 September 14, 2014
- First Principles: Jesus is Lord September 7th, 2014 September 7, 2014
- Being Ready for Judgment Luke 12:35-48 August 31st, 2014 August 31, 2014
- The Danger of Materialism Luke 12:13-34 August 24th, 2014 August 24, 2014
- Paul’s Letter to Titus August 17th, 2014 August 17, 2014
- Debi Tracy Hirsch: I enjoyed attending last year as a guest of Nancy ...
- ssutter: Ashley and I have been quoting from this all week!...
- Elder/Counselor Steve Rise speaks to MOPS Group - Dix Hills Evangelical Free Church: [...] Encouraging Mothers of Preschoolers [...]...
- Smithbobby950: Job well done ...
- Preaching in Romans… | Sam Sutter and Ashley Sutter: [...] By now Romans has been pretty clear about wh...
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