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MSPC Pulpit

"The preaching of the Word of God is the Word of God."  This statement is taken from the Second Helvetic Confession, written in 1566.  It demonstrates the Reformer's understanding of the role and nature of preaching.  They were convinced that God speaks to us through His Word and by His Spirit.  We believe, as they did, that the faithful exposition and application of God's Word is essential to the life, health, and growth of the church.  It is for this reason that we are committed to feed the flock of God among us by a regular diet of systematic expository preaching. 

 

 

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Recent Sermons

Mar 4 Humble Discernment

by: Rev. Todd Matocha | Series: Christ, the Savior King, Has Come | Scripture: Matthew 17:22–18:6

Mar 4 The Road Back to Bondage

by: Rev. Todd Matocha | Series: Galatians-Protecting Justification by Faith Alone | Scripture: Galatians 4:8–4:20

Feb 25 Jesus’ Mission for Our Lives

by: Dr. Richard L. Pratt, Jr. | Series: 2018 Missions Conference | Scripture: Matthew 6:9–6:13

Feb 25 Keep it to Yourself

by: Dr. Richard L. Pratt, Jr. | Series: 2018 Missions Conference | Scripture: 2 Corinthians 5:16–5:21

Feb 24 The Mission is Not Added to Your Life

by: Dr. Richard L. Pratt, Jr. | Series: 2018 Missions Conference | Scripture: Genesis 1:26–1:31

Feb 24 Elliott Everitt Mission Report

by: Rev. Elliott Everitt | Series: 2018 Missions Conference

Feb 18 Christ Conquers Evil

by: Rev. Todd Matocha | Series: Christ, the Savior King, Has Come | Scripture: Matthew 17:14–17:27

Feb 11 Christ in His Glory

by: Rev. Todd Matocha | Series: Christ, the Savior King, Has Come | Scripture: Matthew 17:1–17:13

Feb 4 Renewed Concern for Missions

by: Rev. Bill Bradford | Series: Guest Speaker | Scripture: Philippians 4:10–4:20