Reverend David Crump teaches from the bible weekly. Find out times and location here. All sermons are recorded and available as a podcast at the links below.
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A faithful father teaches his children that they can have confidence in God. Kids need to see their dad depend on God and seek His presence in their lives.
Elisha performed many miracles to reward faith and obedience, but when his own servant took advantage of the faithful, God had a different solution.
The story of Elisha's healing of Naaman teaches us to put away our pride and be obey God's command to receive an amazing reward.
There is no problem in our lives that God cannot fix. Just as Elisha cured people of their poisoning, Jesus is the miracle that saves us from death.
There are some situations that only God's intervention can fix. Elisha's miracle raising a child from the dead shows that God is not a last resort; He is the only one with an answer.
God used his prophet Elisha to intervene in the life of a desperate mother at the end of her rope. Through Elisha, God performed a miracle and rewarded her according to her faith.
The first in a series of messages on the life of Elisha, this week's sermon tells us about the amazing things God can accomplish through the lives of the faithful.
The final church in our tour, Laodicea, was a church that was materially rich but spiritually poor. Don't be fooled into thinking you don't need God's help.
Have you entered the doors that God has opened? One day the doors you’ve walked through will earn you God's most valuable reward.
God opens doors that no one else can. Take a look at why God opened the door of service for the church at Philadelphia and learn from their example.
God opens and shuts doors that no one else can. Like the church of Philadelphia from Revelation, it is up to us whether we choose to walk through His doors.
The finished work of Jesus Christ took place at the cross, but the unfinished work began at the empty tomb on the first Easter. His work will not be complete until His return, when the last soul is saved in His name.