Monthly Archives: April 2021

1 Timothy 3:1-7, 5:17-25

Series: Pastoral Epistles

Segment #4

Topic: Duties of an Overseer

Speaker: Pastor Ryan Martin

Service: Sunday School

Date: April 25th, 2021

The Human Son, (Luke 3:23-3)

Title: The Human Son

Passage: Luke 3:23-38

Speaker: Pastor Ryan Martin

Service: Sunday Morning Worship Service

Date: April 25th, 2021

Genealogies aren’t always exiting. Sometimes they puzzle us, and we struggle to stay awake while we read them in out morning devotions. But as you’ll see I hope you’ll see today, Luke does not give us a passage like this perfunctory or pointless list of names. We can take great profit from a passage like this. Here are four things we can learn from Luke’s genealogy of Jesus Christ:
1. Christ’s Virgin Birth
2.Christ the Fulfillment of Prophecy
3. Christ the Son of Sinful Men
4. Christ the Representative of All Humanity

The Beloved Son (Luke 3: 15-22)

Title: The Beloved Son

Passage: Luke 3:15-22

Speaker: Pastor Ryan Martin

Service: Sunday Morning Worship Service

Date: April 18, 2021

John the Baptists knew the supremacy of Christ. Our text is Luke’s transition from John the Baptist’s important ministry to that of our Lord Jesus. In it, the supremacy of Jesus, the Christ, The Father’s beloved Son, is plainly evident. How?

  1. Christ Alone Possesses Spiritual Power
  2. Christ is Worthy of Life-Endangering Persecution
  3. Christ is Beloved of God

Daniel’s Final Vision, PT 1 (Daniel 10:1-11:20)

Series: Daniel

Segment: #3

Topic: Daniel’s Final Vision

Speaker: Dr. Eric White

Service: Midweek Bible Study

Date: April 14, 2021


Daniel’s fourth and final vision concludes the book of Daniel. The vision occurs during the reign of Cyrus, and thus Daniel is well over eighty years of age. He was mourning, fasting, and presumably praying for three weeks because of the vision. The fourth vision is similar to the second vision recorded in chapter 8, and it provides new details about the end times.

Chapter 10: Angelic Conflict

Chapter 10 gives the context of the interpretation of the vision which begins in 11:2.. Daniel 10 describes spirit beings unlike any other book in the Bible.

  • Spirit beings appear as men to humans, and they are glorious.
  • They are able to touch people.
  • They bring messages from God to men.
  • They experience conflict in the spiritual realm.
  • They hold power over physical, geographical locations.
  • They abide in time and space.

Chapter 11: Antiochus and Antichrist

Chapter 11 reveals further detail about historical events during the Medo-Persian, Greek, Egyptian, and Syrian empires. Similar to Daniel 8, chapter 11 concludes with a discussion of the final ruler of the revived Roman Empire.

  • Prophecies concerning Persia – 11:2
  • Prophecies concerning Greece – 11:3-4
  • Prophecies concerning Egypt (South) and Syria (North) – 11:5-20

1 Timothy 5 (1 Timothy 2:8-15)

Series: 1 Timothy

Segment #5

Topic: 1 Timothy 2:8-15

Speaker: Pastor Ryan Martin

Service: Sunday School

Date: April 11, 2021

A Voice Crying in the Wilderness (Luke 3:1-14)

Title: A Voice Crying in the Wilderness

Passage: Luke 3:1-14

Speaker: Pastor Ryan Martin

Service: Sunday Morning Worship Service

Date: April, 11 2021

As the Baptist entered the scene, a general spirit of rank sinfulness had settled over Israel, especially among the spiritual leadership. What was John’s prophetic ministry to the Jewish people to help them get ready for Christ? This morning , I want us to see three important aspects of John’s message, all of which still have important instruction for us today.

  1. Repent of Sin
  2. Prepare for Christ
  3. Bear Fruit

Our Living Hope (1 Peter 1:3-5)

Title: Our Living Hope

Passage: 1 Peter 1:3-5

Speaker: Pastor Ryan Martin

Service: Sunday Morning Worship Service

Date: April 4th, 2021

Peter, this great disciple, tested and tried himself by trial and suffering, sometimes conquering, sometimes stumbling, could write these sufferings believers with an opening of praise because of the hope he had in the risen Christ. So what does the resurrection of Christ Jesus mean for our hope? Peter points to three different relationships of the risen Christ to our hope in this text.

  1. Christ’s Resurrection Assures Our Hope
  2. Christ’s Resurrection Shapes Our Hope
  3. Christ’s Resurrection Guards Our Hope