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11/29/15 Why Not?

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Sunday, November 29, 2015, In : Sermon 

Why Not? New Beginnings – Genesis24:1-9

Intro: Advent begins! For almost my entire ministry the Sunday that immediately followed thanksgiving was the beginning of the advent season and I would preach with that focus. For the last two months I have been following the narrative of Abraham and Sarah and their journey that has been directed by God. So why would I dare to delay the advent season with an appropriate advent message? In times past Matthew, Luke, Isaiah, even 1 Peter have all been...


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11/22/15 Could You Do That?

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Monday, November 23, 2015, In : Sermon 

New Beginnings Series – Genesis 22:1-14

Intro: Could you do that?

Imagine being one of those couples who have been married for quite some time, you tried everything medically possible to have your own child, and just when you threw in the towel and gave up on the possibility of having a baby you find out your pregnant. You spread the good news on Facebook and Twitter and all the other current communication networks; you decorate the baby room as soon as you find out what gender you’re h...


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11/15/15 In His Time!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Sunday, November 15, 2015, In : Sermon 

New Beginnings – Genesis 21:1-8

Intro: I Can’t Wait!

I can’t wait until I can take my vacation, I can’t wait until Christmas, I can’t wait until spring gets here, I can’t wait until the cooler weather gets here, I can’t wait until the warmer weather gets here. I can’t wait until my child is potty-trained. I can’t wait until I graduate, I can’t until Friday… A lot of things we can’t wait for. Sarah couldn’t wait; as a matter of fact she gave up. She thought there wa...


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11/08/15 A Friendof God!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Sunday, November 8, 2015, In : Sermon 
New Beginnings Series – Genesis 18:16-33

Intro: Called the friend of God!

I remember a time when a hand shake was an indication of respect or friendship, when a man’s word was his bond; if he told you this was what he was going to do he would do it! It was his word. God gave His Word and promised Abraham he would be blessed, it was His handshake, HIS WORD. Abraham was a friend of God. Last week we read where God had given Abram a new name, he was given the name of Abraham; meaning high fa...

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11/01/15 I Am ALL Mighty God!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Monday, November 2, 2015, In : Sermon 

New Beginnings Series – Genesis 17:1-7

Intro: Give it All!

I believe there are many in this world today that have either given up or never really stayed the course and followed through with God’s plan for their life. You might be that person who has had to adjust to what you might call a handicap. I have always thought – it only becomes a handicap when you allow the world to convince you it is. It might just be God’s plan all along. Maybe you have been in an accident and have loss s...


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10/18/15 You Have a Call Waiting For You!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Saturday, October 17, 2015, In : Sermon 

New Beginnings Series – Genesis 12:1-9

Intro: I grew up in Jackson Michigan, in the early 80’s I was living in a 12 x 65 foot long mobile home. Because of the financial hardship that hit this State, I packed up and left my one year old child and my wife who I had just married a year earlier behind to end up living out of a tent for several weeks in Umstead State Park outside of Raleigh NC. All of this in hopes of finding a new job and a future place to call home. I have always felt it w...


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10/11/15 The Lord Scattered!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Monday, October 12, 2015, In : Sermon 

New Beginnings Series - Genesis 11:1-9

Intro: Have you ever been a part of a fraternity or some special organization? You might have had a secret handshake, or repeat a password whenever you were around as a group or met someone from the group. Maybe it was certain clothing you wore. Or a tattoo or something that just made your group stick out. The three musketeers left a legacy in the movie world with a statement: “One for all and all for one.” Could have been a click, a group of people...


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