Paul describes the sermon as: False teaching creeps into the church in several different ways. As a result, it is easy for us to develop a misconception of who God is. When we have a misconception of God, it lends towards a misconception of our self image. A misconception of God can also lend towards a dangerous view of sin. A weakened understanding towards sin also lends to a degraded view of our Savior, Jesus Christ. We need to get rooted in scripture, develop sound doctrine, and contend for the faith. Yet, we must contend without being contentious.
Paul used the following scriptures: Jude 3-4, 19-20
Listen to audio of the sermon here ->   12-9-17 sermon  (28 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Texas Church of God 7th Day

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Paul describes the sermon as: What if you suddenly had an audience with Jesus? What is the question you would ask him? What is the first question to pop in your mind? In our passage this morning, there is a woman who is about to ask questions to Jesus. The woman is at a well to get water. A well can signify rest and refreshing. But, Jesus reveals to her that He is the true source of renewal and refreshing.

Paul used the following scriptures: John 4:1-26
Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 12-2-17 sermon   (32 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Texas Church of God 7th Day

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November 25, 2017 – Sermon on “Thanks”-givers by Jody McCoy

Jody describes the sermon as: The “Thanks” Givers is a sermon that encourages us to grow in our gratitude for God’s grace. He is the giver and we are the “thanks” givers. As we express our gratitude by sharing His love with others, He is able to transform us into His giving nature.

Jody used the following scriptures: Luke 7:44047, Titus 2:14, 1 John 3:10, 4:12, Mark 10:45

Listen to audio of the sermon here ->   11-25-17 sermon  (30 minutes)

Jody McCoy is the Executive Director of the Church of God (7th Day)

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Paul describes the sermon as: Giving can be a joyful ministry when we do it Paul’s way. The Apostle Paul instructed the church to follow his example. Paul was a giver. Paul rejoiced that the Philippians were of the same heart and mind. Paul then takes the time to point out what they were doing right in their giving.

Paul used the following scriptures: Philippians 4:6-7, 9-11, 14, 17-19

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 11-18-17 sermon   (34 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Church of God (7th Day)

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Paul describes the sermon as: What happens when we depart from God’s holiness? In our texts, the priests of Israel did not know God, and the Elders traded Him in for an object they thought would just make them powerful. They were blind to loss of God’s presence and power.

Paul used the following scriptures: 1 Samuel 2 & 4

Listen to audio of the sermon here ->  9-11-17 sermon  (37 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Church of God (7th Day)

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Paul describes the sermon as: David pours out his praise and thanks to the Lord. In this, David remembers the benefits of the Lord to those who trust in Him. This Thanksgiving, reflect on stories of God’s goodness, and give God thanks for His many blessings.

Paul used the following scriptures: Job 23:10-12; Psalm 40:1-3; Psalm 103:1-6, 10; Hebrews 13:15

Listen to audio of the sermon here ->  11-4-17 sermon   (40 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Church of God (7th Day)

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Paul describes the sermon as: In this series, we are looking at the scriptures where Jesus makes an “I Am” claim. Jesus calls himself “the true vine.” We are the branches in Him. If we remain in Him, we will be fruitful. Jesus tells us this that our joy may be full. Today, I want to share with you how you can have a full, fruitful, and joy filled life.
Paul used the following scriptures: Jn 15:1,-2, 4, 7, 9- 13; Ro 3:31; 1 Co 7:19

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 10-28-17 sermon  (32 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Church of God (7th Day)

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Paul describes the sermon as: In this series, we are looking at the scriptures where Jesus makes an “I Am” claim. Jesus says, “I am the light of the world.” Jesus brings help, hope, and healing to those that are suffering. Yet, prior to his claim, there is a woman that was caught in adultery that was brought to Jesus. Jesus became her light. Jesus is our light too.

Paul used the following scriptures: John 8:1-12; 12:46; Acts 26:17-18

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 10-21-17 sermon  (31 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Church of God (7th Day)

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October 14, 2017 – Sermon on “Advent” by Chip Hinds

Chip Hinds sermon on “Advent” led us to reconsider both the birth of Christ and His next coming. Some points he made are: “Advent times change your life forever”, “The question is: Have you made a personal faith commitment to Jesus Christ?”, and Christ came for the common man as evidenced by his common birth place.

Chip used the following scriptures: 2 Pt. 3:13, Luke 2:1-15, 1 Cor. 10:17, Is. 55:2, John 1:12, Rev. 3:20

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 10-14-17 sermon    (33 minutes)

Elder Chip and Mary Hinds are from Tahleguah, OK and he is the southwestern district superintendent of the COG7 and he preaches today by invitation.

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October 7, 2017 – Sermon on “Jesus – I Am” by Paul Pedersen

Pastor Paul describes this sermon as: Jesus is the Bread of Life. No, we can’t grind our teeth on this bread, but if we receive Him by faith, this bread is life-changing. Jesus can and will heal the brokenness in our lives left by the damage of sin. Jesus will quench your hunger for deeper spiritual things. The greatest gift, the Bread of Life gives life. Without God, we do not have life beyond the grave; only destruction. If we receive the Bread of Life, we have life everlasting.

Paul used the following scriptures: John 6: 35, 40, 51, 56, 63

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 10-7-17 sermon  (33 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Church of God (7th Day)

 

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