Sermons from Pastor Todd Dugard

As we approach Romans 3:9-20, we’ll see that, if we’re to walk in “the way of peace,” we must admit our sinfulness knowing that we are inclined to resist the obvious, being all-consumed by our own sin, and that until we accept what God has revealed in his Word, we risk missing out on the salvation—the solution—he offers us through his Son, Jesus Christ.  
The famous 19th century German philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche, once said, “There are no facts, only interpretations.” This was, of course, part of the argument that supported the most famous of his claims,…
Everything has changed and the last 28 weeks have tossed everything up into the air. As elders, we believed that re-visiting that State of the Church message would be a good idea as we launch our new ministry year in the midst of the ongoing pandemic. 
United We Stand Among the many things that categorize our world, “divided” might be one of the most apt descriptors. There seems to be a myriad of things that people…
Back in February, I began teaching through the book of Philippians with our church in a series called Joy, Unleashed. We spent two weeks looking at chapter one, and unpacking…