Posts tagged with ‘Pastor Mark Klaisner’

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5/26/2019 A Time to Remember

by Deanna DeBruin

A Time To Remember – Memorial Day Revelation 7:9-17 & John 14: 23-29 Memory is a tricky thing. Particularly as we get older. You may know the story about three women who were talking.  The first said, “Sometimes I go to the refrigerator and forget what I need by the time I get there.”  The […]

5/19/2019 The Call: Journey’s End

by Deanna DeBruin

The Call: Journey’s End Acts 20:22-24 and 20:36-38, 2 Timothy 4:6-13, 16-18 Paul is in Ephesus on his third missionary journey. Upon leaving Ephesus after 27 months, Paul travels to back Macedonia to revisit the churches he’d planted there. Then on to Greece to spend three months in Corinth addressing problems in the church there. […]

5/5/2019 A Call to Follow Christ

by Deanna DeBruin

A Call to Follow Christ Acts 7:54-8:30, 9:1-9,20-22 What leads a man to travel thousands of miles by sea and by land? To be beaten, imprisoned and ultimately lay down his life? It was a Call. A Call to follow Jesus; A Call to change the world. This is the story of the Apostle Paul […]

4/21/2019 Being an Easter People

by Deanna DeBruin

Being an Easter People Luke 24:1-12 Mark Klaisner Many of us stood in shock as we watched the burning of Norte Dame Cathedral in Paris. Norte Dame Cathedral stands as the spiritual heart of, not only Paris but to all of France. Today we pray for the congregation as they rebuild from the ashes and […]

4/7/2019 Mary Magdalene

by Deanna DeBruin

Witnesses: Mary Magdalene John 20:1-18 Mary Magdalene was the first to see the resurrected Christ and the first to proclaim that he had been raised. Of all of the women in the New Testament Mary Magdalene in my opinon was the most intriguing.   So, who was this women Mary Magdalene?  Mary Magdalene was one of […]

3/17/2019 Mary and John

by Deanna DeBruin

Witnesses: Mary and John John 19:25-27 Jesus is being crucified outside the walls of Jerusalem. The place is called Calvary or Gogaltha. Mary, in the midst of her heart ache and sorrow looks up to her son while John hold and embraces her. Listen to their story. John:  I walked with Him through crowds with […]

3/10/2019 Betrayal, Grace and Repentance

by Deanna DeBruin

Betrayal, Repentance, and Grace: The Story of Judas Then one of the twelve, who was called Judas Iscariot, went to the chief priests and said, “What will you give me if I betray him to you?” They paid him thirty pieces of silver. And from that moment he began to look for an opportunity to […]

3/3/2019 How Many Loaves Do You Have?

by Deanna DeBruin

Sermon: “How Many Loaves Do You Have?” Mark 6:13-21 John 6:1-13 Luke 9:10-17 Matthew 14:13-21  Looking at the context of the miracle of Jesus feeding the 5,000 the world of Jesus, his disciples, and the crowd, was shattered by the execution of John the Baptist by King Herold. And though they continued to preach the […]

2/24/2019 Who Touched Me?

by Deanna DeBruin

The Questions Jesus Asks: Who Touched Me? Mark 5:21-34 Jesus is on His way to see a little girl who is critically ill… when suddenly He is interrupted. As He is moving through a large enthusiastic crowd, a woman who has been hemorrhaging non-stop for twelve years discreetly slips up behind Jesus and timidly touches […]

2/10/2019 Awake Thou that Sleepest

by Deanna DeBruin

Revival: Awake Thou That Sleepest” Romans 13:11-12 We’ve been using the term “revival” to describe what the Wesleys were leading—a revival of Christianity in the 18th and 19th century. They themselves often used a different term: they were seeking to awaken people from their spiritual sleep. Wesley frequently used the term “awakened” for those who […]