FABIC Sermons

October 11, 2020

Sermon: “Your Name is Holy” Matthew 6:9

Filed under: Pastor John's Sermons — John Walker @ 10:30 am

The Lord’s Prayer is a simple but profound prayer. In our series The Kingdom, The Power, and The Glory we explore this prayer and how it helps us to understand Jesus and His ministry as well as our Father in Heaven. This week, “Hallowed be your name.” What does that mean and what does it have to do with us. Meeting 10:30 AM Sundays in-person and streaming on our YouTube channel.

October 4, 2020

Sermon Series: The Kingdom, The Power and The Glory Pt 1 Our Father in Heaven Matthew 6:9

Filed under: Pastor John's Sermons — John Walker @ 10:30 am

The Lord’s Prayer, probably one of the simplest prayers you’ve ever learned, contains some of the most profound statements about God and our relationship with Him found in the Bible. Join us this week as we start our series The Kingdom, The Power, and The Glory exploring questions about our Father in Heaven. 10:30 AM Sundays in-person and streaming on our YouTube channel.

September 27, 2020

Sermon Series; Our Family Will Honor One Another

Filed under: Pastor John's Sermons — John Walker @ 10:30 am

How well do you honor someone else? Steward Briscoe says, “Concentrate on his good points and my bad points rather than on my good points and his bad points.” This week we conclude our series Our Family Covenant with “Our Family will honor one another.’ Join us for worship live in person or streaming on YouTube Sunday at 10:30

September 20, 2020

Sermon Series: Our Family Will Be Generous With Each Other

Filed under: Pastor John's Sermons — John Walker @ 10:30 am

September 13, 2020

Sermon Series: Our Family Will Forgive One Another

Filed under: Pastor John's Sermons,Uncategorized — John Walker @ 10:30 am

September 6, 2020

Sermon Series: Our Family will Comfort One Another – 2 Corinthians 1:3-7

Filed under: Pastor John's Sermons — John Walker @ 10:30 am

Hippocrates, the ancient physician said, “Cure sometimes, treat often, comfort always”. That last part is part of a Christian’s calling. We serve the God of comfort and are called on to share that comfort with others. This week, we continue our Family Covenant series on the one-another’s of the New Testament with “Our Family will comfort one another.”

August 30, 2020

Sermon Series: Our Family will be Patient with One Another

Filed under: Pastor John's Sermons — John Walker @ 10:30 am

Hippocrates, the ancient physician said, “Cure sometimes, treat often, comfort always”. That last part is part of a Christian’s calling. We serve the God of comfort and are called on to share that comfort with others. This week, we continue our Family Covenant series on the one-another’s of the New Testament with “Our Family will comfort one another.”

August 24, 2020

Sermon Series: Our Family Will Serve One Another- John 13:1-17; 1 Peter 4:10

Filed under: Pastor John's Sermons — John Walker @ 10:30 am

Jesus was the ultimate example of service. He gave His life to serve humankind. So, how do we live up to that? Service for Jesus starts small with the people you know and love. Scripture is full of examples of how to serve in ways that count using what God has given you to do it. This week, our series about the “one another’s” of the New Testament continues with Our Family will serve one another.

August 16, 2020

Sermon Series: Our Family Will Bring Joy to One Another – Prov 17:22; Philemon 1:7

Filed under: Pastor John's Sermons — John Walker @ 10:30 am

What is joy? Is it different than happiness? What are some of the joy killers in our life? Is your joy sucked away by anger, bitterness, fear, business, jealousy, anxiousness? Where do you get joy and how do you pass it on. Our series, Our Family continues as we explore the one-another’s of the New Testament and make a covenant for our family and our church family.

August 9, 2020

Sermon Series: Our Family Will be Kind to One Another- Colossians 3:12

Filed under: Pastor John's Sermons — John Walker @ 10:30 am

Are you nice or are you kind? Someone once said that a nice person will ask you if you are hungry. A kind person will bring you food. As we continue our series on the “one another’s” of the New Testament, we covenant together this week to be kind to one another in the church, the home, and beyond.

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