Pastor Joshua's last sermon
"That he might sift you as wheat" (Mark 14:1-31)
Pastor Joshua Clutterham, January 9, 2022
An expository study from the Gospel of John chapters 13 - 17, of the teaching Jesus gave to His Disciples in the upper room where they celebrated their last Passover together, and the Lord's Prayer that followed from the Garden.
God has spoken to us in the ancient words of Scripture, and that those words sufficiently proclaim an everlastingly relevant gospel and instruction for everyday living. As such, we dedicate the majority of our Sunday morning meeting to honoring God by submitting our ears and hearts to the reading, admonition, instruction, and equipping-for-the-work-of-ministry direction from the Scripture. Our pastor-elders lead us in this form of worshipping God by delivering an expository message from Scripture--making clear the message of Scripture according to the intended meaning of its original authors and bearing out its implications and applications particularly to individual lives and the corporate life of our church community. You can find a host of recorded messages from our services by searching by Scripture passage, by topic, by speaker, or by series below.
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Our dear friend and Pastor, Joshua Clutterham, went to be with the Lord Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022. Jake began this service with a 15 minute recorded excerpt from May 31, 2020 of Pastor Joshua preaching on the first chapter of Ruth. "How To Begin Anew When Crises Subsides". Sharing follows.