Sermons Elmira Christian Center

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Synopsis

Making Disciples. Changing Our Community.

Episodes

  • In the Beginning, Word (John 1:1)

    In the Beginning, Word (John 1:1)

    22/02/2021

    In this sermon, Keith Ryoo shows us that Jesus Christ, the Word who was in the beginning with God, and who was God, is not only the creator of all things but the creator of the new creation.

  • In the Beginning, God (Genesis 1:1)

    In the Beginning, God (Genesis 1:1)

    15/02/2021

    In this sermon, Keith Ryoo looks at Genesis 1:1, a familiar yet often overlooked text, and helps us understand how the truths of this verse are not only foundational for our understanding of the origins of all things but also for the Christian faith.

  • Confidence for Living in the Last Days (Acts 28:31)

    Confidence for Living in the Last Days (Acts 28:31)

    08/02/2021

    In this sermon, Mitch Bedzyk shows how the acts of the risen Lord Jesus are not only a source of joyful confidence to the church but the fuel for worship and witness in the world.

  • The Gospel Unchained (Acts 28:16-31)

    The Gospel Unchained (Acts 28:16-31)

    01/02/2021

    In this sermon, Joel Traylor teaches that not only will Jesus work all things out for his glory—even imprisonment and unbelief—but that his gospel is the power of God for salvation.

  • The Sea, the Snake, and the Savior (Acts 27:1-28:15)

    The Sea, the Snake, and the Savior (Acts 27:1-28:15)

    25/01/2021

    In this sermon, Pastor Matt shows that those who trust in Jesus can rest assured that he will bring us safely to God.

  • The Reason for the Hope, part 2 (Acts 25-26)

    The Reason for the Hope, part 2 (Acts 25-26)

    18/01/2021

    In this sermon, Pastor Matt again proclaims that the truth of the resurrection of Jesus demands a response from the world.

  • The Reason for the Hope, part 1 (Acts 24:1-27)

    The Reason for the Hope, part 1 (Acts 24:1-27)

    11/01/2021

    In this sermon, Pastor Matt preaches that the truth of the resurrection of Jesus demands a response from the world.

  • Plotting, Protection, and Providence (Acts 22:22-23:35)

    Plotting, Protection, and Providence (Acts 22:22-23:35)

    04/01/2021

    In this sermon, Mitch Bedzyk shows that in the face of trials and opposition to the gospel, we can trust and rejoice in the providence of God.

  • The Righteous One and His Witness (Acts 21:27-22:22)

    The Righteous One and His Witness (Acts 21:27-22:22)

    28/12/2020

    In this sermon, Pastor Matt reveals from Paul’s example that Christians are called to bear witness to Jesus, the risen King who justifies sinners.

  • Jew, Gentile, or New Creation? (Acts 21:17-26)

    Jew, Gentile, or New Creation? (Acts 21:17-26)

    07/12/2020

    In this sermon, Pastor Matt shows that as new creations in Christ, believers are free to serve God and others in love.

  • Willing to Obey, Ready to Die (Acts 21:1-16)

    Willing to Obey, Ready to Die (Acts 21:1-16)

    30/11/2020

    In this sermon, Mitch Bedzyk demonstrates that disciples of Jesus must be characterized by a love for the saints, obedience to God, and devotion to Christ.

  • Shepherding the Church of God, part 2 (Acts 20:28-38)

    Shepherding the Church of God, part 2 (Acts 20:28-38)

    23/11/2020

    The church is described throughout Scripture with several images, such as the family of God, the body of Christ, and the temple of the Spirit. As Paul bids farewell to the Ephesian elders in Acts 20, he uses another familiar picture of the people of the triune God: we are his flock, “the sheep of […]

  • Shepherding the Church of God, part 1 (Acts 20:13-27)

    Shepherding the Church of God, part 1 (Acts 20:13-27)

    16/11/2020

    In this sermon, Pastor Matt explains that the church needs Christlike shepherds to faithfully minister the gospel of grace.

  • Encouragement for a Weary Church (Acts 20:1-12)

    Encouragement for a Weary Church (Acts 20:1-12)

    09/11/2020

    In this sermon, Pastor Matt Bedzyk teaches that the church must be encouraged if we are to hold fast the confession of our hope and maintain our gospel witness.

  • A City Impacted by the Gospel (Acts 19:21-41)

    A City Impacted by the Gospel (Acts 19:21-41)

    02/11/2020

    In this sermon, Pastor Matt shows that the church impacts the world most effectively through lives changed by the gospel we proclaim.

  • The Kingdom of God and the Powers of Darkness (Acts 19:1-20)

    The Kingdom of God and the Powers of Darkness (Acts 19:1-20)

    26/10/2020

    In this sermon, Mitch Bedzyk proclaims that because Jesus reigns as King, Christians can rest assured that God's kingdom will prevail over this darkened world.

  • Should I Stay or Should I Go? (Acts 18:18-28)

    Should I Stay or Should I Go? (Acts 18:18-28)

    19/10/2020

    In this sermon, Joel Traylor shows that Jesus uses our going and staying to strengthen, mature, and protect his people, and that Jesus equips his church to safeguard his gospel.

  • Trustworthy Messiah and His Trustworthy Message (Acts 18:1-17)

    Trustworthy Messiah and His Trustworthy Message (Acts 18:1-17)

    12/10/2020

    In this sermon, Keith Ryoo reveals that it is the trustworthy Messiah who is advancing his gospel throughout the whole world and building his church.

  • Good News for a City Full of Idols (Acts 17:16-34)

    Good News for a City Full of Idols (Acts 17:16-34)

    05/10/2020

    In this sermon, Mitch Bedzyk explains that Christians must confront the idols of our culture with nothing but the gospel.

  • “There Is Another King—Jesus” (Acts 17:1-15)

    “There Is Another King—Jesus” (Acts 17:1-15)

    28/09/2020

    In this sermon, Pastor Matt explains that whether his word is rejected or received, Jesus is the risen King we must proclaim.