SERMONS


Study Date
Teacher
Scripture
Series
Title
Media
Study Introduction

6/29/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

Colossians 1

The Supremacy of Jesus
Christ in You; the Hope of Glory

What is the overall purpose of the church, why do we do what we do?

6/21/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

Colossians 1

The Supremacy of Jesus
The Peacemaker

He brings two warring parties back to a peaceful relationship and is the only hope for society today; he is the ultimate peacemaker.

6/14/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

Colossians 1

The Supremacy of Jesus
Bigger, Better, Higher

Jesus is the greatest person in all of the universe and because of Him we have hope for our broken world.

6/7/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

Colossians 1

The Supremacy of Jesus
Pray for Each Other

Paul’s prayer for this church serves as a model for what our prayers for one another should look like. Not just a wish list of things we want done for someone, but an earnest desire for God to work in their lives to produce godly character and testimony.

5/31/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

Colossians 1

The Supremacy of Jesus
Faith Hope, & Love

We examine the importance of faith, hope and love to our present lives as we begin looking at Colossians 1:1-8.

5/24/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

God Works in Difficult Times
What Does God Expect Of Us In These Times?

We will wrap up this series by examining and applying commands given to the church specifically about living under less than ideal conditions. Troubles are nothing new and should be anticipated by the church and planned for by Jesus' followers.

5/17/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

God Works in Difficult Times
1st Century Church

The early church faced many difficulties. If you were to factor in all of the problems they faced, you would probably surmise that they would never survive. Yet we know they not only survived but thrived in the face of difficulties. The 1st Century church multiplied and grew when facing circumstances that would cause most of us to shrink and fear. From then until now, the church has always thrived best under the greatest pressures. What do you think God will do in us?

5/10/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

God Works in Difficult Times
Motherhood

Today we will honor our Mom's while also considering some of the difficulties that sometimes come with Motherhood.

5/3/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

God Works in Difficult Times
Daniel and Government

At times it may feel like the government is our enemy and our inherited independent spirit may want to act like its 1776 all over again. Daniel helps us to find a more balanced approach to government during difficult days.

4/26/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

God Works in Difficult Times
David and Emotions

Each of us react differently when we face hard things. David and the psalms teach us how to handle our emotions in a biblical and godly way. We often can't control what happens to us, but we can learn to control how we react to those events.

4/19/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

God Works in Difficult Times
The Judges and Idols

Sometimes difficult times are directly attributed to our sinful choices. From the beginning of human history, we have struggled with idols to replace worshiping and obeying God.

4/12/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

God Works in Difficult Times
Jesus and Sin

The most deadly and difficult thing we will ever face is an internal problem we have with our own sin. It is a mortal problem in that it leads to death. It's a physical problem in that it leads to corruption. It impacts every area of our lives. Easter reminds us that God Himself solved that problem for us!

4/5/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

God Works in Difficult Times
Joshua and Enemies

Sometimes problems come from without, but sometimes they come from within. God uses both to refine us into His image.

Join us here at 10:30 AM on Sunday morning to the view and participate in the live stream: https://live.prairie-baptist.org/

3/29/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

God Works in Difficult Times
Moses and Captivity

God hears us when we cry out to Him. His timing is not always ours, but it is always perfect.

Join us here at 10:30 AM on Sunday morning to the view and participate in the live stream: https://live.prairie-baptist.org/

3/22/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

God Works in Difficult Times
Joseph and Famine

God is a good father who will take care of His children, but often in ways and means unexpected to us.

Join us here at 10:30 AM on Sunday morning to the view and participate in the live stream: https://live.prairie-baptist.org/

3/15/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

Church
Responding Biblically when the World Falls Apart

The world is consumed with this virus. How are we to respond biblically to these events? Is it okay for us to not have church services, don’t we have the bill of rights to allow us to meet? Is God judging us for some sin we have committed? Is it okay to buy 6 months’ worth of toilet paper when many have none? So many questions, lets see what God has to say about these things…

3/8/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

2Corinthians 1-2

Letters to Corinth: Be Encouraged
A Pastor’s Heart

Paul’s authority has been challenged and his integrity has been accused of lying to the church at Corinth. Paul has ministered to them, challenged them, discipled them, written to them and what does he get in return? Insubordination and a challenge. He patiently explains the error of their ways and pleads with them to be reunited with him in the faith.

3/1/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

2Corinthians 1

Letters to Corinth: Be Encouraged
Afflictions, Sufferings and Hope

Paul’s 2nd letter to Corinth continues the theme found in the first letter about all kinds of practical and divisive issues found in the church. In the midst of all these issues, Paul focuses on the subject of suffering and God’s purposes in the midst of it. Truth is we all suffer, some do so greatly, some because of their own choice and sometimes because we live in a broken world. Be encouraged, there is hope!

2/23/2020

Pastor Mark WIlliams

Ecclesiastes 3

Guest Speaker
Guest Speaker

2/17/2020

Pastor Phil Perry

The Heart
Why do we do what we do?

The heart is used this time of year to think about love and Valentine’s day and romance. The Bible has much to say about the heart, not the pump in our chest that moves blood, but the center of who we really are. God of course knows our biology, but He uses this as a metaphor to describe the true person we are inside. Why do we do what we do? Where does our decision making come from, our personality, our desires?