Luke 5.1–11 I was an expert bass fisherman. At least as much as anyone could be who had never been bass fishing. When I was a preteen, I became enamored with the prospect of fishing for bass. I was old enough that I had been fishing plenty. Caught a ton of bluegill and sunfish and […]
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Joel 1.1-6, 2.12-13, 2.21-29 Have you ever had a piece of clothing come unraveled? Like a sweater or a woolen hat? And one little thread or piece of yarn comes out, and all of a sudden, the whole thing starts to come unraveled? For a lot of us, that feels like 2020. It feels like […]
Helping a Hurting Friend: Addiction Pastor Matt Sturtevant with Dr. Tim Bonner, Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist and former Licensed Masters Addiction Counselor Romans 7:14–8:2 Sarah sat in her car a little bit longer, waiting for the group on the sidewalk to break up. She was already a little late for the AA meeting that met in […]
“Helping a Hurting Friend: Anxiety and Depression” with Pastor Matt Sturtevant and Emily Reimer, MS, Licensed Clinical Psychologist. This is the second sermon in the Helping a Hurting Friend worship series. Scripture reference: Psalm 6. (Podcast includes entire worship service.)
Licensing: The following music is used by permission under CCLI streaming license #20126570:
“Friend for Sinners”
Music by William Walker and Rowland H. Pritchard, Arr. Molly Ijames
©2015 Lorenz Publishing Company
Fintan O’Carroll/Christopher Walker
©1985, 1996, Fintan O’Carroll and Christopher Walker
Published by OCP Publications
“I Need Thee Every Hour”
Robert Lowry/Arr. Stan Pethel
© 1997, Lorenz Publishing Co.
“It is Well”
Words: Horatio G. Spafford/Music: Philip P. Bliss/Arr. Anna Laura Page (ASCAP)
©MMVI by Alfred Publishing Co, Inc.
“For the Beauty of the Earth”
Music: Conrad Kocher/Arr. Stan Pethel
©1996 Hal Leonard Corporation
Helping a Hurting Friend: Anxiety and Depression Pastor Matt Sturtevant with Emily Reimer, MS, Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Video includes Matt’s interview with Emily, plus entire worship service.) Psalm 6 Hear now these words from the psalmist: 1 O Lord, do not rebuke me in your anger, or discipline me in your wrath. 2 Be […]
by Sau Nam Mading of Myanmar, a student at Central Baptist Theological Seminary working toward her Master of Arts (Theological Studies). This is the first sermon in a four-sermon series titled “”The Four Ws: Who Are We? Work, Wonder, Worship, Welcome,” addressing the subject of “Work.” Begins with introduction by Rev. John Williams. Scripture reference: James 1:21-24.
Luke 10.25-37 by Michaela Schenkel, Intern for Children’s Spiritual Formation, on the occasion of Children’s Sabbath, a Sunday when FBC’s children lead the congregation in worship.
“Nathanael of Cana,” the 1/20/2019 sermon by Pastor Matt Sturtevant. Begins with reading of John 2:1-11; sermon begins at 1:57.
“Simon and Simon,” the 1-13-2019 sermon by Pastor Matt Sturtevant. Begins with reading of Acts 8:14-25 and prayer; sermon begins at 2:02.
Rev. Matt Sturtevant’s 1/6/2019 sermon, “Star of Wonder. Star of Light.” Begins with reading of Matthew 2:1-12. Sermon begins at 2:14.