This was the second Sunday Evening sermon series to run in conjunction with our AWANA Children’s Ministry. Over the course of several months we examined the various foundations, practices, and disciplines which are key to discipleship. Throughout the series we sought to show how discipleship is not mundane. It is a joyful relationship of love.
Beginning in the Fall of 2011, Pastor Cade walked through the book of Philippians during our weekly Wednesday night worship gatherings. These services provide thirty minute expository sermons as well as an intentional time of focused prayer in the life of the local church. This series finished in February 2012 and was followed immediately by an expository series in the book of Jonah.
After finishing the long series in the Gospel of John and before jumping into our Sunday morning series in the book of Romans, Pastor Toby spent three weeks at the end of 2011 focusing in on the story of Christmas.
In the summer of 2009, Pastor Toby Jenkins began his first lengthy and in-depth verse-by-verse expository sermon series as senior pastor of First Baptist Church Henryville. This sermon series, walking through the Gospel of John, was preached over a two and a half year span and was brought to a close in November 2011.
Our series “Gospel Centered Homes” was the first series which ran in connection with our AWANA Ministry on Sunday evenings during the school year. These sermons were preached during our Sunday evening service between September 2010 and May 2011.
All new members of our church are taken through a New Members Class taught by our pastor during our Sunday School Hour. The curriculum was adapted for a sermon series in our Wednesday Worship Service in the Spring of 2011. It covers all the material that is taught during our ongoing class. The sermons from this series are still in the process of being uploaded to this site but all of them should be available by the end of August 2011.
In the summer of 2011 our Wednesday Worship Service walked through the book of Job. In this wonderful Old Testament book we find ourselves consumed by a sweet, sovereign, and sufficent God who through Christ overcomes a world of suffering and pain.