Sermons From the Beavercreek SDA Church Pulpit

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In this new series, we will study resurrections throughout Scripture and (re)discover lessons pointing to Christ and the promises He gave about life in the here and now and the…

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How does the promise of Genesis 3:15 begin to play out? How do we see Jesus in this story? Are there any lessons for today? Dig deep into Genesis chapter…

How does God handle sin? How does God's plan to eradicate sin?

The narrative for our study gives us a clear picture of God's plan for humanity.

Why didn't God destroy the devil right when the war in Heaven ended? The pain and mayhem in our world could have been spared if God had done that, right?…
How does God make decisions? Do we have evidence in Scripture that God seldom acts alone in His judgments and dealings with creation?
Pathfinder & Adventurer Induction service for the 2018/2019 year. Guest speaker, Ohio Conference Youth Director Pastor Edward Marton brings us today's message.

Obey Your Thirst


Dropping the Weight


For this Purpose


When Satan ups his time of pain, you up your time of worship...
Every Christian wonders at times why they have trials in this life. This series starts us on a journey to understand trials, where they come from, why the are allowed,…
Continuing with a series on the our great need for the Holy Spirit.
Second part in a series outlining God's mission and strategy for Beavercreek Seventh-day Adventist Church
A strategy for reaching the world for Christ.
What is our greatest need? The book of Acts and Isaiah give us the answer!

6 thoughts on “Sermons From the Beavercreek SDA Church Pulpit

  1. Internet Medicine Man says:

    Love that you guys post your sermons online. It allows me to hear Pastor Gordon since he left Oklahoma. Although I wish you guys would output this as a podcast. Would be even easier for me to download and play on my phone. You never know you can reach many more people that way as well.

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