sermons titles

The following is a sample list of sermon titles preached by our Pastor. Generally, Pastor Scott will preach and teach on a book of the Bible from four to six weeks. During that time, Bible Study usually reflects and coincides with the same book being preached to ensure congruency in both the Pulpit and the classroom.

  • return of the Jedi

    The name Jedi means beloved of God and RETURN OF THE JEDI takes a look at the return of the "beloved of God" from exile in Babylon back to Jerusalem.  This series was used as a model for how Christians were to return back to church post the Covid-19 pandemic.  The focus was on Nehemiah's leadership in rebuilding the wall, as well as the character that was built through his patience, faith in God, and prayer as he pressed through many trials.

  • do the right thing

    The Apostle Paul writes a letter to the Philippians because he is concerned that there is disunity in the community. And in response to disunity in the community, Paul tells the church of Philippi to Do the Right Thing always. This series takes a look at what it means to Do the Right Thing as a Christian.

  • unsung

    This series takes a look at a few Unsung Heroes in the Bible, including Joseph, the earthly father of Jesus, and Stephen, one of the first deacons. Although these Unsung Heroes might only take up a small space in the Bible, their contributions to Jesus Christ and the Gospel were huge. UnSung helps us to understand that playing a minor part in God's plan can have a major impact for the Kingdom.

  • soul food

    In the same way that traditional "Soul Food" dishes have been passed down through generations, nourishing our bodies and souls, Communion is a sacred tradition passed down through the Christian faith, nourishing our spirits. In the TV series "Soul Food" the family regularly gathers around a meal to strengthen their bond of love and togetherness.  In this series we learn that Communion is a ordinance of the faith and a time for the church family to come together and remember the sacrifice of Christ, as they strengthen their bond with Him and one another in a spirit of love and forgiveness. 

  • Pusuit of Happiness

    In a world filled with challenges and uncertainties, the pursuit of happiness often seems elusive. Yet, the Apostle Paul, while writing from a prison cell, gives us this encourage, "Rejoice in the Lord always." How can people find joy in the midst of adversity? The answer lies in understanding the difference between worldly happiness and godly joy.

  • believe

    The word "believe" isn't just a mere term.  It's a powerful declaration, an affirmation of faith, and the very essence of our relationship with God. In the Gospel of John, this word takes center stage.  John 3:16 speaks to the heart of God's love for the world and the gift of Jesus Christ.  With "believe" mentioned over 100 times, John highlights this word's power, urging readers to allow belief to guide their actions and lead them to eternal life.


    The title "There's Something About Mary" might remind you of the popular movie, but in the context of our faith, it points to a deeper, more profound narrative.  So, what was so special about Mary? It wasn't just that she was chosen to be the earthly mother of our Lord and Savior, but it was about her unwavering faith in the face of the unimaginable. In a society and at a time where her circumstances could have led to severe repercussions, Mary chose to trust God's plan for her life. Her faith wasn't just passive belief, but an active trust, even when life took a strange turn.

  • welfare

    When we hear the word "WELFARE" we immediately think of the government program designed to help those in need.  It is a word that has been unfairly portrayed by stereotypes and misconceptions. Many view welfare recipients as individuals getting something that they did not work for and receiving something they do not deserve.  However, when we study Ephesians 2:8-9 we are reminded that GRACE is God's welfare plan to Christians.  It's something we did not work for and something we don't deserve. 

  • The GHetto gospel

    Many times society will judge people by where they come from. This mindset isn't a new one. The Bible tells us that when Nathaniel heard that Jesus was from Nazareth, he asked, "Can anything good come from Nazareth?" However, even though Jesus was from a place considered to be undesirable, He became the Savior of the world. This story teaches us that it's not about where you come from, but where you are going. It's not about your past or your background, but about where are you headed. Through this Ghetto Gospel series, we learned that our destiny in Christ far outweighs our past history. With Jesus Christ we are destined for greatness.


    In this series, Pastor Scott explores the life of King Solomon to illustrate an important spiritual truth: God's plan for us goes beyond restoration. This series reveals how, regardless of our past achievements or failures, God aims to elevate us to greater heights. Through Solomon's journey, we learn that God's vision is to enhance and enrich our lives, making us better than before.  It's not just about restoration, it's more so about renovation. 


How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them?

Romans 10:14