" The Genealogy of God: Jesus The Son Of Abraham"

Pastor Dean continues on in the Christmas series "The Genealogy of God" and this week we focus on "Jesus The Son Of Abraham". Some scripture references is Genesis 12:1-3 and Genesis 15:1-5.

 

"The Genealogy Of God" Jesus The Son Of Boaz

Pastor Dean kicks off a new Christmas themed series titled "The Genealogy of God". In this first installment we look at Boaz and Ruth, not only is it a great love story but it displays characteristics of Christ.

James: The Otherness of God

While James 1:14-15 show us that man's desire is to sin continuously, our text today shows us just how "other" God is because He desires salvation for all sinners. James 1:16-18

James: The Blame Game

Who is responsible for all the pain and suffering in the world and in our lives? It's easy to blame God, but is He responsible? If not, who is to blame? James 1:13-15

James: The Priorities Of Life

What are you living for? As we look to James 1:9-12 we must examine our priorities and ask whether our priorities align with what God desires. 

The Heart of the Reformation

On this reformation Sunday Pastor Dean discuses the importance of this day in particular what was accomplished 500 years ago by men like Martin Luther who taught justification was by faith and faith alone. We are unable to add anything to the salvation that was made possible by Jesus and accessed by us through faith. Text is Romans 5:1-2.

Seven Marks of a Healthy Church 7: Church Unity

Pastor Dean finishes the series on " Seven Marks of a Healthy Church" with a sermon titled "Church Unity". The text is taken from 1 Corinthians 1:10. 

Seven Marks of a Healthy Church 6: Biblical Leadership

Pastor Dean continues on through the sermon series "Seven Marks of a Healthy Church" with the sixth installment titled "Biblical Leadership".  The text is taken from from various parts of scripture including Acts 6:1-5, 2 Corinthians 2:5-6, Galatians 1:6-9, I Timothy 3 and Hebrews 13:17.

Seven Marks of a Healthy Church: 5. Church Life

Pastor Dean continues on through the sermon series "Seven Marks of a Healthy Church" with the fifth installment titled "Church Life".  The text is taken from Hebrews 10:22-25.

Seven Marks of a Healthy Church: 4. Gospel

This is the fourth installment in a seven part series titled "Seven Marks of a Healthy Church". The text for this sermon is Romans 10:13-15.

Seven Marks of a Healthy Church: 3. Biblical Theology

This is the third sermon in the series "Seven Marks of a Healthy Church". This week we focus on biblical theology and the text is from John 1:1-5. 

Seven Marks of a Healthy Church: 2 . Discipleship

This week we continue the series titled "The Seven Marks of a Healthy Church". We move to the second mark which is Discipleship. 

Seven Marks of a Healthy Church: 1. Biblical Preaching

This week we begin a new series titled "The Seven Marks of a Healthy Church". The first mark is biblical preaching and the scripture reference is from 2 Timothy 4:1-4. 

The Problem With US

Today we welcome Slavic Puzh to Fairmont as we presents his ministry as the President of Ukranian Baptist Theological Seminary. Slavic taught on the various aspects of the Gospel and how it transforms our daily living and efforts in evangelism. I Corinthians 15:4-6

The Vineyard: The Story of Sin

Today we look at one of the most beautiful but also heartbreaking sections of the Bible. The parable of the vineyard and the wicked tenants is a grand scale story about all of creation and what happened when men fell into sin. Luke 20:9-18

The Jealous Brother

Many of us know the parable of the prodigal son, but today we look into the older brother and his relationship with both his father and his brother. Luke 15:25-32

The Lost Son

Today we are in the story of the lost son or most widely known as the prodigal son. This story contains the most beautiful expression of the relatship between a father and son. This is a wonderful account of what our sin looks like in the eyes of God and the devastation we bring upon ourselves. Yet, Jesus is waiting and ready to run to us. Luke 15:11-24