A sermon during the Covid-19 pandemic from the Sermon on the Mount to help us understand worry and how to fight it biblically.
In our second week into the Coronavirus pandemic, pastor Bob teaches us about God’s providence in hard seasons.
What does God’s word tell us during trials and fearful times? The sermon by Bob Lepine is preceded with an update of Coronavirus medical considerations by Dr. John Dietrich.
A stand-alone sermon on the importance of standing up for the lives of the unborn children and helping women in places of vulnerability.
A fresh look at the old story of Jesus’ birth and the joy and goodness he brings to the world through his life, death, and resurrection.
Dedication Sunday in our new building starting off with the reminder that the Lord does not dwell in places built by human hands but in the hearts and lives of his redeemed people.
Our first sermon in our new building highlighting God’s plan for His people, not a building to be where He truly lives.
For Easter 2019 we looked at Peter’s first sermon on the day of Pentecost to see what Easter and the resurrection are really about.
This stand-alone sermon helped us to see what real faith believes and produces in times of blessing and difficulty.
A sermon looking at how abiding in Christ through His Word and love leads us to bear much fruit for His glory and our joy throughout the year.
A sermon closing out our season of Advent 2018 looking at the importance of connecting Christ’s first coming, second coming, and the in-between work he does in our lives.
A sermon on the life God calls us to in loving Him and loving others.
A stand-alone sermon helping God’s people know that Jesus knows our struggles and comes to help us in His perfect timing.
Stories of release from captivity and the joy of mission to Muslims in spite of the dangers.
A sermon on encouraging one another away from sin and hardness of heart.
Our special guest speaker sharing how to fight against serious doubts and have real faith.
What are the most important factors that God calls us to look for in searching for a body of Christ to belong to?
A look at how Elijah stood against Ahab amidst intense persecution and opposition but only when he came to the end of himself, did he look only to God for salvation and hope.
On the first anniversary of Redeemer Community Church, the congregation had the opportunity to share what God has done in them by being a part of this fellowship at it’s beginning.
An interview with Bruce Ware mediated by Bob Lepine looking at key practical and theological issues in current church climates. Includes questions from the congregation.