While we have not been called to subdue pagan nations by the sword, we have been called to lay our lives down for the sake of the Gospel and our Lord Jesus Christ. May we as brothers–fight shoulder to shoulder courageously–the good fight, finish our course, and keep the faith, for the glory of our Lord.
To be a church of relevance we must be a people who faithfully carry out the Great Commission. If we do that, then this new chapel facility should serve us well for many seasons to come. May the Lord sustain us, by His grace, to do His will, accomplish His work, for the glory of His name, in this wonderful place He has generously provided!
While we do not offer this message in podcast form, the outline and notes are important in that they tie all that encompasses MCC’s Statement of Faith to the Scriptures. The Sunday this message was recorded was jam-packed with Scripture references, questions and clarifications and proved to be more of a Bible study than a sermon delivered from the […]
This message, which could have been first in the “Cob” series, is all about how we revere, value, adhere to, and seek to build everything on the foundation of the Word of God. Martin Luther gave us the Latin term, Sola Scriptura, which means “Scripture alone.” We believe the Bible is the final authority for […]
This message reveals how Prayer has always been a part of our spiritual DNA. Our first meeting as a church was on July 5, 1987 and every Sunday for the next 9 months was essentially a prayer meeting. And prayer remains a central and vital ministry of our church. This message explores the Scriptures with regard to the […]
This message addresses the whole issue of buildings (or rather our lack thereof). Here we explore the Scriptures with respect to what the church is, how it is meant to be an organism vs. a dead institution; how the early church existed successfully despite meeting in multiple venues; and how we have learned to be faithful, […]
This message is a continuance of the first sermon in the series, addressing how we actually “flesh out” the Great Commandment and Great Commission. We explore the difference between internal transformation vs external prescription; vertical and horizontal love; being authentic; the obstacles inherent with fulfilling our calling; and how we need not ever be ashamed of being a small […]
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