Rev. Jeremy Batchelor preaches about truth, prayer, and presence being the 3 keys of pentecost.
Rev. Dale Batchelor teaches us that worrying is a waste of time. Rather that worrying about things which may or may not happen we should choose to rejoice in the Lord for the victories that he has given us and for the good things in our life.
Rev. Joshua Batchelor relates the wisdom of King Lemuel’s mother from Proverbs 31.
Rev. Jeremy Batchelor preaches that we need to praise God both in church and in our daily lives. The purpose of praise, he says, is to exalt His name, extend His kingdom, and to express His greatness.
Rev. Dale Batchelor discusses how we are to be the salt and light in the world. He explains how salt is typically an unseen thing in food but its presence powerfully effects the flavor just as God’s influence on us impacts those around us even when it is not overt. In another way the light is seen and noticed as the overt acts of love that we perform.
Rev. Dale Batchelor explains how faith and thinking about the goodness of God brings joy, peace, and a closer relationship with God.
Rev. Dale Batchelor talks about the giants in our lives and how God can take them down.
Rev. Jeremy Batchelor uses the illustration of a pizza being delivered without the box to show us that while it is God that is important, people will seldom receive Him unless they see Him in us. God has called us to be a vessel to serve those around us so that they will see and receive Him.
Rev. Dale Batchelor cautions us against assuming People do not want God or that they will never turn their life to Him. Instead we need to see people as in need of God and as people that God is working on. If we cannot envision them being saved we will not try to reach them. We need to have the love and courage to see them as able to be saved and to reach out to them.