Sermons by David McNeely

He Did It All

Everyone faces eternal death and judgment. Nothing less than perfection in thought, word, action, even motive can fix the problem. So who can rescue us? Only God. Jesus claimed to be God and the only Way a person can be made right with God again. He came to earth, fulfilled all of God’s laws by…

He Made It All

Text: Acts 17:22-29 Summary:The term “gospel” is used so often that many of us don’t know what the gospel actually is.  We know it technically means good news, but several questions come to mind. What is this good news?  Good news for who? What is the bad news? Why should it matter to me? Many…

God’s Parish

Text: John 17:18-23, 1 Corinthians 1:10 Summary:We began our Last Kingdom series with a history of God’s People as revealed in the Old Testament. We then zoomed in to God’s Church from the New Testament to present day and took a closer look at a few believers who expanded the Kingdom through care and courage.…

God’s People

Text: Genesis 12:1-3, other various passages Summary:The citizens of God’s Kingdom have been living with a promise.  The promise was given originally to Adam and Eve, but whispers of it were heard in every generation.  Abraham, Moses, Joshua, David, and others all spoke about it. It was the prophet Isaiah who wrote down the words…

Love The Lord Your God

Text: Matthew 22:34-40 Summary: Stephen Covey rightly said, “The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.” Nobody did this like Jesus. He never wavered. While he walked the earth he constantly pointed his followers to the main thing. A lawyer once asked him, “What is the greatest commandment?” We begin a new…

Communication

Text: Ephesians 4:25-32, other selected passages Summary:  Effective communication is perhaps the most difficult thing to accomplish.  It’s true of an organization and its true of a relationship. Although difficult to achieve, effective communication is essential.  Tony Gaskins once said, “Communication to a relationship is like oxygen to life. Without it … it dies.” God communicates.…