Dec 28, 2014
Reflecting on Psalm 90, Our Psalm of 2014

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!  We welcome you to Beacon!  It's our prayer that your holiday season has been a blessing!  This morning we take a look at Psalm 90, which has been our Psalm for the past year.  Thanks for coming on this Sunday between Christmas and New Year's.  With all of the busyness, it's wonderful to pause today and worship the Lord together!

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  • Dec 28, 2014Reflecting on Psalm 90, Our Psalm of 2014
    Dec 28, 2014
    Reflecting on Psalm 90, Our Psalm of 2014

    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!  We welcome you to Beacon!  It's our prayer that your holiday season has been a blessing!  This morning we take a look at Psalm 90, which has been our Psalm for the past year.  Thanks for coming on this Sunday between Christmas and New Year's.  With all of the busyness, it's wonderful to pause today and worship the Lord together!

  • Dec 21, 20144th Sunday of Advent
    Dec 21, 2014
    4th Sunday of Advent

    Merry Christmas!  We’re glad you’ve come this morning to worship with us as we celebrate the birth of the Savior!  This morning we will celebrate in song and once again look at how Jesus is the fulfillment of the promises in the Old Testament.  We hope your week is a blessed one!

  • Dec 14, 20143rd Sunday of Advent
    Dec 14, 2014
    3rd Sunday of Advent

    We are blessed to have with us this morning Mitch Glaser from Chosen People Ministries.  Mitch will be sharing with us from God’s Word and from his unique perspective about the wonder of Christmas.  Let’s pray that the Lord will speak to our hearts and encourage His people!

  • Dec 7, 20142nd Sunday of Advent
    Dec 7, 2014
    2nd Sunday of Advent

    Today we celebrate the Lord’s Table, reflecting on God’s grace and mercy.  We will also look at the life of Israel's first king, Saul. It's our hope that The Lord will bless you this morning and encourage your heart.

  • Nov 30, 20141st Sunday of Advent
    Nov 30, 2014
    1st Sunday of Advent

    Today marks the first Sunday of Advent.  The word "advent" means arrival...and for the four Sundays leading up to Christmas, we will read a scripture and light a candle signifying the arrival of the LIGHT that was coming into the world...a Savior, a Redeemer, the promised Messiah...Jesus!  This morning we also continue our study of people from the pages of scripture, and we'll look at the life of Ruth.

  • Nov 23, 2014A Thankful and Grateful Heart
    Nov 23, 2014
    A Thankful and Grateful Heart

    It’s Thanksgiving week!  A thankful and grateful heart is something that is priceless.  Today we’ll hear various Psalms and testimonies from some of God’s servants.  Our theme is praise, and our prayer is, “Lord, give us grateful hearts…”

    We hope you’ll be encouraged to grow in the grace of thanksgiving and praise!

  • Nov 16, 2014People Like You & Me – Week #10
    Nov 16, 2014
    People Like You & Me – Week #10

    This morning we take some time to celebrate the ministry of Reach Global among us. It’s been two years since Hurricane Sandy came ashore and affected our entire area. We partnered with Reach Global in ministering to our community. While their ministry here has wrapped up, we want to encourage these faithful servants as they press on in other areas of our country.

    We will also take a look at two rather obscure figures found in the Old Testament. They guys may have served with “Reach Canaan!”

  • Nov 9, 2014People Like You & Me – Week #9
    Nov 9, 2014
    People Like You & Me – Week #9
    Sermon description to come!
  • Nov 2, 2014People Like You & Me – Week #8
    Nov 2, 2014
    People Like You & Me – Week #8

    This week we take a look at the life of Samson, one of the Judges in Israel.  He is somewhat of an enigma…incredibly gifted and yet incurably foolish.

  • Oct 26, 2014People Like You & Me – Week #7
    Oct 26, 2014
    People Like You & Me – Week #7

    The story of Deborah, Barak and Jael in Judges 4 features an amalgam of unusual characters: an obedient female judge and prophetess, a squeamish male military and political leader, and two-faced female executioner.  While this story has no connection to the New Testament gender qualifications for present church leaders, it does leave us with a few good lessons for life.  First, God often allows his disobedient children to suffer their sins' consequences to get their attention - sometimes for as long as we remain hard-headed and in sin.  Second, when God's appointed time to act is at hand, God uses the most unusual agents to bring His will to completion in the most unexpected ways - God uses people we would never use.  And last, we can persevere in the toughest of circumstances, short-term or long-term, with Christ's empowerment.