Join Pastor Lee as he begins a new series called "The Death of Worry". All of us find ourselves worried about something at one time or another. Bills, relationships, aging, and health are nagging worries for most of us. What if your life didn't have to be consumed by worry? Be sure to check out each week of this series to learn how your worries can be cast into the grave.
Our Lead Pastor Candidate Lee Brown gives his first message.
After 45 years of ministry, the last 17 as the Senior Pastor of Sloan's Lake Community Church, Pastor Ed Nelson has retired. This is the last sermon that he shared with our congregation, and also happened to be the first sermon he shared with us 17 years ago. The truths of this message are just as relevant today as they were when he first brought us this message. Please listen and be blessed by this message.
This is the conclusion of the final series from Pastor Ed before he retires. (Ed does have one more message but this is his final series.) Today as he wraps up his series on Keeping the Main Thing the Main Thing Pastor Ed will be looking at the Great Requirement found in Micah 6:8
As Pastor Ed is moving towards retirement he wants to make sure he leaves while pointing the church in the right direction. Today's sermon is part 2 of a 3 part series designed to help us know what the main things are in the lives of a christian, and the focus is on the Great Commission.
This is the start of the final Sermon Series from Pastor Ed before his retirement. In these final messages Pastor Ed wants to help the church remember to keep our eyes on the ball. To remember what are the most important things. This week he is taking a look at the greatest commandment.
This is the concluding sermon in the Series "Let The Church Be The Church" a study of the book of Ephesians. This last message is called "The Battle of the Church"
This is the second to last message in the series taken from the book of Ephesians.
Continuing with the series from the book of Ephesians
Pastor Ed returns to continue his series in Ephesians "Let The Church Be The Church" with a message called "The Expectations of Our Calling."
Kris Goss is the leader of our Youth and Young Adults and he was our guest speaker for this Sunday's Service.
Pastor Ed continues his series of messages from Ephesians called Let The Church Be The Church. This week's sermon is titled "The Plan For The Church"
Please Note: There was an error with the recording of last weeks message entitled "Let the Church Be The Church - The Message of the Church". We apologize for the error. This is the fourth message in the series and is called The Nature of the Church.
Pastor Ed's study on Ephesians continues with the Power of the Church.
Join Pastor Ed as he begins this new series on the church taken from the book of Ephesians. We believe that you will get a lot out of this series. This first message is called "Who's In"... are you in? Listen to find out.
This sermon concludes the series "Best of the Best". Do you live a life of joy? Listen in as Pastor Ed gives the Biblical blueprint for having joy in your life.
It's easy to get caught up in seeing things from a human/earthly perspective, but Pastor Ed calls us to see things from a new point of view. Join Pastor Ed in this next to last sermon in the Best of the Best series, a sermon entitled "Seeing God's Way"
Join Pastor Alan has he helps us discover how we know if we are doing God's will.
Message given August 14, 2016. This message was delivered by John Duncan. Josh is a child of SLCC. He grew up in this church, and is now attending a nearby seminary. Pastor Ed invited Josh to come and share a message with the congregation while he was on vacation. Josh skillfully address one of the most confusing sections in the Bible, a story found in 2 Kings chapter 2. Josh has a heart for skeptics of the Christian faith, and this passage is often used by skeptics to demonstrate why they simply can't believe in the God of the Bible. Listen in as Josh brings clarity to this troubling story.
Message given August 7, 2016. Pastor Ed is continuing his series of sermons called "Best of the Best" and the title of this installment is "A Place to Stand."