May 17th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
This past Mother's Day, Dave Schneider led us through the story of Rahab and how God turned her story into His Story. God used a pagan prostitute to bring Israel into the Promised Land, but even more, her faith in the living God placed her in the lineage of Jesus and the hall of faith in Hebrews 11.
May 10th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Matt Ward concludes "Start Over" with the restoration conversation between Peter and Jesus out of John 21. We all live with lingering doubts after failure, leaving us to wonder, "What now?" This message is meant to answer that question as we learn from Jesus' loving guidance.
May 2nd, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Just like Peter, we have all failed in an area we never thought we would or could. In that moment we need to take action in three areas to help us get to the other side of failure. Matt Ward teaches this second part of "Start Over," a three week series on failure.
Apr 25th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
(due to an audio mistake this sermon includes the last few minutes of the Communion time held directly before the message)
Often it isn't the failure itself that shipwrecks a Christian's faith, but their response to the failure. Matt Ward begins this new series on getting to the other side of failure by focusing on how we can prepare our hearts before we fail so that we can develop a faith that endures. This three part series will track the story of Peter's denial of Jesus.
Apr 23rd, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Dave Schneider closes out this series with some amazing events that occurred during the death of Jesus on the cross. These events give testimony to God's intervening grace on our behalf and we can now boldly approach the throne of grace because Christ fulfilled the Father's plan of redemption.
Apr 11th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
The last and final word of Christ from the cross communicated the confidence Jesus had in the plan and power of God the Father. We too can have confidence in the promises of God because of the work of Christ on the cross! Dave Schneider preaches this week's sermon from Pathos and Power.
Apr 10th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Jesus completed what He came to accomplish on the cross! Dave Schneider creatively communicates God’s redemptive plan that Jesus finished on the cross. This Easter message guides us through the 6th set of Christ’s words from the cross.
Mar 29th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Why is it so important to believe that Jesus was both fully God and fully man? Dave Schneider addresses this question in this next message in this series. "I am thirsty," is the shortest of Christ's words from the cross, but it communicates so much that is related to God's redemptive plan.
Mar 21st, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Jesus not only experienced physical anguish and death, He also experienced spiritual death when “He who knew no sin became sin for us.” Matt Ward guides us through a meditation on the words of Christ from the cross found in Mark 15:34.
Mar 21st, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Michael Benefield taught this lesson from "Pathos and Power: The words of Christ from the cross,". Let us consider Jesus' words of love and affection for his earthly mother and best friend while he was dying on the cross.
Mar 7th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Even in the midst of the pain and agony of the cross, Jesus offers salvation to the thief on the cross next to His own. When we sit and ponder that level of grace we can't help but be changed. Who has God placed on your path to share the gospel? Who are you praying for to find this salvation? Dave Schneider shares this next message from the words of Christ on the cross.
Mar 1st, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Robby and Rose Roberts, missionaries to northern Italy, were with us this past Sunday! Robby preached from Romans chapter 6, encouraging us to grow in grace! We have been baptized in the Holy Spirit and are no longer slaves to sin.
Feb 21st, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Dave Schneider began our current sermon series, "Pathos and Power: The Words of Christ from the Cross," this past Sunday. Your understanding of grace and forgiveness changes when you meditate on the suffering of Christ and then hear Him utter words of forgiveness on those causing His pain.
Feb 14th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Jesus changed the definition of compassionate service. Matt Ward finishes up our Dethroned series with a focus on Compassion and how it changes our service. Mark 6:30-44 was our text.
Feb 8th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Humility frees us up to serve! Jesus modeled humble servant-hood when He washed the disciples feet. Dave Schneider focuses on humility and our service in this 5th message in the Dethroned series.
Jan 31st, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Our worship on Sunday mornings is about our heart song, not our vocal chords, and our heart song is tuned throughout the week by our worship of God in our service. Matt Ward continues "Dethroned" this week by focusing on Service as Worship.
Jan 25th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Dave Schneider teaches through 1 Thess. 2:1-12 in this third sermon in the "Dethroned" series. Many of us are familiar with discipleship and certainly service, but have we made the connection between the two? When we enter into an intentional discipleship relationship we are serving them as we point them to Jesus.
Jan 18th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
God's design for the church is individual grace to accomplish a corporate mission. Every follower of Christ has been equipped with Spiritual Gifts of Grace meant to serve and bring glory to God. Matt Ward delivered this message as the second part of our Dethroned series, discovering how God has designed our servants heart.
Jan 10th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Jesus came to serve. This past Sunday Dave Schneider began our current sermon series, Dethroned, by examining Jesus' conversation with His disciples on the road to Jerusalem and ultimately, the cross. Jesus has to redirect their ambition and we learn what it means to truly live to serve.
Dethroned workshops start January 21! (12:15-1:15, free lunch and childcare)
Jan 4th, 2018 by conroebiblechurch
Matt Ward walks through Psalm 46 as we seek to set our eyes on God our strength and refuge in the coming year.