Positive Thinking

Postive Thinking – November Sermon Series

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Positive Thinking-Week 1

 Are you stuck in a mindframe that is generally not helping you to move forward in your life? Do your thoughts excite you or bring you down? Listen to Pastor Michael Longfellow discuss  the how we think sets the tone for how we live.  If you think critical thoughts, you likely will have a critical spirit. The same can be said for believing negative thoughts will lead to negative reactions. However if we change our perspective to believe positive thoughts, it often leads to positive outcomes. 
Believe you can make a difference—Likely you will. No matter what happens—See good—See God.

Positive Thinking- Week 2

Positive Thinking- Week 3

Why Communion?

Why communion? We do communion to remember that Jesus paid the price to make us perfect and blameless in the sight of God.  His blood signed the promise that no matter what we have done, nor how far we have strayed from God, he loves you and sees you as a perfect masterpiece, as a chosen son/daughter. Listen to Pastor Michael Longfellow discuss the true meanings of communion and the importance behind it. 

Why- Why doesn’t God seem fair?

WHY do bad things happen to good people? 

Today I want to address a question(s) that pretty much every Christian has asked…..WHY? Abraham asked the question, “Should not the judge of the world judge fairly?” Moses said, “God, why don’t you treat your people as they deserve?” Jeremiah said, “Why do the wicked prosper?”  It’s not that fair that bad people are getting rich and good aren’t? David, Psalms, “God, why didn’t you answer my prayer? God, where are you? Why don’t you show yourself to me?  Why don’t you deliver me, God? Why don’t you seem fair?” Listen to Pastor Michael Longfellow discuss the “Why’s” and help to understand that we need to trust in Gods plan for us. Trust that while we do not understand our circumstances, God does. 

Why would GOD use me?

Why would GOD use you? Listen to Pastor Michael Longfellow discuss how GOD uses the most unlikely people in the most unlikely ways to help people. God uses the broken, he uses the insecure and he uses the unlikely to reach others. As those people, we need to be able to step outside of this and not ask why me, rather, how can you use me, how can I serve, teach and help others. “You have to step out, to find out how GOD is working within you to help others” 

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Baptism, What’s the big deal?


To be baptized is to go public with the fact that you are choosing to follow JESUS. Baptism is for individuals who have personally made a decision to associate with JESUS. Who should be be baptized? Anyone who is old enough to make that decision for themselves to associate with JESUS. Listen to Pastor Michael Longfellow give a sermon on what baptism really means and who it is for.