The Rev. Nathan Bonham, former teammate in Peru with Pastor Gutiérrez and current missionary to Colombia, preaches from John 17, addressing what implications there are if the chief end of missions is God’s glory.
Dawn Darby shares about CareNet’s work during the annual Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. A link to the video she mentions at the beginning is embedded below, and can also be found here.
On December 7, Farnoush Katouzian was the speaker at the 2019 Women’s Ministry of Faith Christmas Brunch. Her talk, “How to Love the Immigrant” is now available.
On Sunday evening, Dec 1, the Rev. Nathaniel H. Gutierrez was installed as Assistant Pastor of Faith Presbyterian Church. You can download the bulletin for the Service of Installation here. You can download a copy of the Rev. Dr. Christopher Bechtel’s sermon here.
Covenant High School Principal David Miller gave some remarks on Christian Education during our 2019 CHS Service on Sunday evening, November 17.
Pastor Khajehpour, interim pastor of The Crossroads at Lake Stevens, shares with us an invitation, a warning, and an encouragement during his sermon “Are You Racing Biblically?” from the Philippians 3:17-21
In this text, we are introduced to Lady Wisdom. Where did she come from? What has she done? What does she ask of us? Who is this mysterious figure?And what does she have to do with Christ? These are some of the questions we will deal with, from a text reminiscent of both Genesis 1 […]
The Rev. Jay Stoms was our guest preacher on Sunday evening, preaching “Quenchable Fire” from Daniel 3:13-27
Bob Case concludes a three-part series on the life and times of the most significant black Presbyterian minister in America before the Civil War, Samuel Eli Cornish. Ordained the same day in the same presbytery as the great Princeton theologian Charles Hodge, the Rev. Cornish’s life has application to us at Faith Presbyterian Church today.
Bob Case continues a three-part series on the life and times of the most significant black Presbyterian minister in America before the Civil War, Samuel Eli Cornish. Ordained the same day in the same presbytery as the great Princeton theologian Charles Hodge, the Rev. Cornish’s life has application to us at Faith Presbyterian Church today.