In the morning service, Pastor Nicoletti finishes his series on Ruth, emphasizing how the story shows us God’s redemption. Preaching again from Ruth 4, Pastor Nicoletti’s sermon is “Redemption of the Past, Present, and Future.”
In our evening service, Pastor Gutierrez again preached to us from James, with “Pursuing Those Who Wander” from James 5:19-20.
In the morning service, Pastor Nicoletti’s sermon is “True Wisdom in Gain and Loss” from Ruth 4.
October 4 was the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi. In our evening service, Pastor Nicoletti stepped away from Samuel to preach from 1 Corinthians 11:1. His sermon is “Imitating Those Who Have Imitated Christ: St. Francis of Assisi & Calling.”
In the evening service last week, Pastor Nicoletti preached on hesed love from 2 Samuel. In today’s morning service, Pastor Nicoletti again takes up the subject, but this time from Ruth, preaching “Hesed Among Other Loves” from Ruth 3.
In our evening service, Pastor Nicoletti continues his Samuel series, with “Hesed Given and Received” from 2 Samuel 9.
The Rev. Kevin Skogen, senior pastor of Sandhills Presbyterian Church, and former associate pastor here at Faith Presbyterian Church, brought us the Word in our morning services, preaching “Just Words?” from 1 Corinthians 4:1-5.
In our evening service, Pastor Nicoletti continued in Samuel, with “Conquering All His and Our Enemies” from 2 Samuel 8
In the morning service, Pastor Nicoletti’s sermon was “Rest, Refuge, and Wings” from Ruth 3.
In our evening service, Pastor Rayburn preached “So Different; So Much the Same” from Habakkuk 1:1-2:5.
In the morning service, Pastor Nicoletti continues his new series in Ruth, with “‘Happening’ upon Boaz’s Field” from Ruth 2
In our evening service, Pastor Nicoletti continues his Samuel series, preaching “The Covenant” from 2 Samuel 7.
In the morning service, Pastor Nicoletti took a hiatus from the book of John, and began a new series in Ruth, with “The Anti-Exodus of an Anti-Israelite and an Anti-Evangelist vs. The Anti-Emptiness of an Anti-Moabitess.”
In our evening service, Pastor Nicoletti continues his Samuel series, preaching “The Dangers of Spiritual Pride” from 2 Samuel 6.
In the morning service, Pastor Nicoletti continues his series in John with “Peace, Not as the World Gives” from John 14:25-31
In our evening service, Pastor Nicoletti resumes his Samuel series, preaching “Our Need for a Great King” from 2 Samuel 5.
In the morning service, Pastor Nicoletti resumes his series in John with “Not Orphans” from John 14:15-24.
The Rev. Peter Williamson, director of Great Commandments Ministries in Tieton, WA and Missions Director at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Yakima, brings the Word of the Lord to Christ’s pulpit at Faith Presbyterian Church this evening. Reading from the Parable of the Unforgiving Servant, he explains how Christ’s church is to be a culture […]
“May we be men and women who are known as people of prayer.” Pastor Gutierrez’s morning sermon is “Prayer: The Fruit of Faith” from James 5:13-18.
Mr. David Birnie, newly to become Reformed University Fellowship campus minister at the University of Washington, brings the Word of the Lord to Christ’s pulpit at Faith Presbyterian Church this evening. He preaches from Zechariah 3:1-5, the center of Zechariah’s servant songs, on the heart of the Gospel and being clothed in the righteousness of […]
“…the fact is that our most difficult temptations are not the ones presented to us by our opponents, but the ones presented to us by our allies – by the people we trust who are around us – by members of our own cultural tribe who are aimed at the same goal as we are, […]
“Our sufferings, our sins or shortcomings, and our surroundings. Each can set itself up as a prosecutor against the Christian faith in our hearts and our lives.Which one is shouting particularly loud in your heart and in your life right now? Jesus has not left you to answer its accusations alone. He has sent you […]
“We are living through a tumultuous time, nationally and globally. These seismic times reverberate into our own personal lives. Though this may be new to us, it is not new to the human experience broadly, nor God’s people specifically. These times and experiences may be likened to the barren wasteland of the desert. Nothing can […]
“It is demonstrably true that those who believe in Jesus have done greater works of disciple-making than Jesus himself did…” Pastor Nicoletti considers Christ’s amazing promise in “Doing Greater Works Than Jesus” from John 12:12-14.
The Rev. Jonathan Kiel, Minister of Discipleship at Christ Presbyterian Church in Bellingham, brings to Christ’s pulpit today a sermon on Proverbs 1, illustrating how all of us desire a beautiful life but are tempted to follow folly, and how the Lord calls us from our sin to Wisdom and to Christ.
“But our Heavenly Father has not left us to seek him by ourselves. He has revealed himself to us. He has shown us what he is like. He has allowed us to see him, and to know him. And he did it by sending his Son. He did it by sending Jesus.” Pastor Nicoletti’s morning […]
The Rev. Nathaniel Thompson, Reformed University Fellowship campus minister at Western Washington University, brings to Christ’s pulpit today a sermon on Genesis 1:1-5, 24-2:3, explaining how God’s foundational design is for human beings to have a relationship with God, with others, and with creation.
Pastor Gutierrez brings us our Children’s Lesson today on the topic of “Patience.”
“Don’t despair, and don’t give up, because the same Jesus who was with Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, and with Job and all the prophets before, is with you. If you have trusted in Jesus as your Savior, you know that at his coming, all our suffering and all our pain will be gone forever!” […]
“The Scriptures are clear in teaching that God is in control of all things. God has ordained all that comes to pass. And as a sovereign God, he works all things together for the good of those who love Him and are called according to his purpose. Therefore, just as David did, let us put […]
Pastor Gutierrez brings us our Children’s Lesson today on the topic of “Loving Others.”
“As we reflect on our 4th of July activities and the fact that God has blessed us with a wonderful nation, may we also remember that, even greater than that, he has blessed us with a citizenship in heaven that is even sweeter than anything we could have on this earth.” Pastor Gutierrez’s morning sermon […]
“You see, we need to be careful not to confuse our false securities and little empires on earth as a solid fall back. They are nothing but shifting sands. They will pass away, like the flowers of the field that are here today and gone tomorrow. Our hope must not be in the securities of […]
“There is joy in the journey,” Smith writes, “precisely when we don’t try to make a home out of our car, so to speak. There is love on the road when we stop loving the road. There are myriad gifts along the way when we remember that it’s a way. There is delight in the […]
Here’s the outline for this morning: OPENING PRAYER: O God, come to our assistance, O Lord, make haste to help us. Glory to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit. As it was in the beginning, is now and will be forever. Amen. PSALM: Psalm 24 SCRIPTURE READING: Colossians 2:8-10 PRAYER […]
This morning we will be focusing on Gentleness. This is the eighth devotional in the series called “Walking by the Spirit” based on Galatians 5:22-23.
“Brothers and sisters, as we hear the strong words of v. 12, asking ‘Who are you to judge?’, may we be reminded that we are nobody to judge. In fact, without Christ, we are nothing more than wretched sinners, condemned for eternity. We have nothing to bring to the table. We must humbly remember this. […]
“And so our Lord does with us. He knows how far short we fall – far better than we know it ourselves. And yet he does not abandon us. He does not leave us. But he has already died for us – long before we got our acts together. And when we fail, he does […]
This morning we will be hearing from our very own Abraham Sullivan for the morning devotional. His text is from Romans 1:16-17.
This is the seventh devotional in the series “Walking by the Spirit” based on Galatians 5:22-23. Our focus this morning is on the fruit of Faithfulness.
James said that when our hearts long for the things of this world, then our actions explode into quarreling and fighting. Our heart’s desires manifest themselves in what we do. So James calls us to humble ourselves by drawing near to God with repentant hearts and repentant hands.
“In a world where we all love to look down on others, and where so many choose the showy love of dreams, Jesus Christ calls us to be a people who long to see others cleansed and made whole, and who are willing to lovingly serve others in difficult and humble ways in order to […]
Here’s the outline for this morning: OPENING PRAYER: O God, come to our assistance, O Lord, make haste to help us. Glory to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit. As it was in the beginning, is now and will be forever. Amen. PSALM: Psalm 23 SCRIPTURE READING: Colossians 2:6-7 PRAYER […]
This is the sixth devotional in the series called “Walking by the Spirit” based on Galatians 5:22-23 and we will also be looking at Matthew 20:1-16. Our focus this morning is the fruit of Goodness.
“Let’s all be committed to sacrificially loving one another, sacrificing our rights for the good of others, as Christ has done for us. Let’s all think and pray and study the Scriptures about the best ways for us to each do that on the 14th. I have missed you all a great deal. I am […]
“See the significance of the fact that he came – there is no greater event in human history than the fact that God the Son, came to this world, in the flesh, to save you and to make this world new…See the significance of the offer Christ has set before you: to cling to him […]
Today is a special morning devotional as we will have the opportunity to hear from Rev. Doug McNutt, missionary with Trinity Center for World Mission.
This morning we will be focusing on Compassion. This is the fifth devotional in the series called “Walking by the Spirit” based on Galatians 5:22-23. Our text this morning Matthew 9:35-38, and Micah 6:8, which I will reference, but I encourage you to read on your own. Matt. 9:35-38 And Jesus went throughout all the […]
“For we too must die to self, so that Christ might live in us. When we die to self, we live to Christ. When we live like Christ, and cling not to the desires of the flesh, but to the fruit of the Spirit, we exhibit the greatest wisdom we can find in this world. […]
“Christ in his flesh has demolished the walls of hostility within his body. The Spirit has knocked down the barriers and overturned the classes that we so often try to establish. Our calling is to turn from the sinful ways we elevate ourselves above other believers, and cooperate with the work of the Holy Spirit.” […]