Tag: Pastor Mark Klaisner

10/7/2018 When Dreams Become Nightmares

Sermon: “When Dreams Becomes Nightmares Scripture Lessons:  I Timothy 6:6-10 Matthew 16:24-26   Most sermons don’t begin with a quote, but I want to begin with one today. I am not going to tell you who I am quoting yet,…

9/30/2018 Seventy Times Seven

  Seventy Time Seven Matthew 5:23-24 &18:21-22 In Star Trek II, The Wrath of Kahn, 1982: Kahn famously said; Kirk, old friend, do you know the Klingon proverb, “Revenge is a dish best served cold”? Sometimes revenge can be deliciously…

9/23/2018 The Necessity of Forgiveness

The Necessity of Forgiveness Matthew 18:23-35   As Mark Twain once wrote; “Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it.”   This morning we are going to focus on the necessity to forgive,…

9/16/2018 Hope and Forgiveness

Hope and Forgiveness Matthew 5:43-46 For the next three Sunday’s we are going to focus on the importance forgiveness in our lives and how by embracing forgiveness we can open the door of spiritual and emotional healing. We can’t live…

8/28/2018 Dressed for Faithfulness

    Dressed for Faithfulness Ephesians 6:10-20   Have you ever noticed just how confusing life can get sometimes? The simplest things can all of a sudden become so complex. Do you remember back to the Bush and Gore election…

8/19/2018 Exposing the Darkness

Exposing the Darkness Ephesians 5:8-14   While in college, a group of us from the geology club, went spelunking. Don’t worry spelunking isn’t against the law nor is it some college drinking game. Spelunking in short is the hobby of…

8/5/2018 Embracing Your Higher Calling

Embracing Your Higher Calling Ephesians 4:1-16 You and I have received a higher calling. Every person here this morning is going to be challenged to live according to a higher calling. There is a story of a couple who lived…

7/22/2018 The Peace We Have in Christ

THE PEACE WE HAVE IN CHRIST Ephesians 2:11-22   When we think about peace, we often think of it as being the absence of sort of conflict. Often we want to make into a Kum Ba Ya moment.  Biblically speaking peace…