Psalm 78:1-8 ~ The Power of Your Own Stories of Faith ~ Pastor Bill Slabaugh

December 4, 2018

This message contains practical ways to tell your own stories of faith. As believers in Jesus Christ, we are commanded in Scripture to tell the stories of how God has worked in our lives in a way that we declare His mighty works (See Deuteronomy 6:4-9; Psalm 78:1-8). We are to tell stories of who He is and what He has done so that faith might be passed on to the next generation.


Psalm 78:1-11; Romans 15:4 ~ Pass It On: The Purpose of History ~ Pastor Bill Slabaugh

November 10, 2018

Why do we study and teach history?  Why do we tell the stories of the Bible and stories of faith from history?

Romans 15:4 gives us the biblical purpose of history, “For whatever was written in earlier times was written for our instruction, so that through perseverance and the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope.”

This is the first message Pastor Bill’s expository preaching series: “The Power of Stories of Faith.”



Psalm 139:1-3, 13-18 ~ Directing and Shaping Your Arrows ~ Pastor Bill Slabaugh

October 29, 2018

What is the promise of Proverbs 22:6? That our children will drift or go away from their Christian faith for a time, but if they have been reared correctly they will find their way back? Or is it a promise that they will not depart?

Proverbs 22:6 can be translated this way:

Adapt the training of your child

so that in keeping with his or her

God-given tendencies

--when he or she comes to maturity--

they will not depart from the training

they have received.


Psalm 127:3-5 ~ Like Arrows in the Hand of Warrior ~ Pastor Bill Slabaugh

October 13, 2018

How do we know that when our children grow up and leave home, that they will be loyal to God?  How do we know that when they face the giants of life and experience struggles, temptations, and suffering, that they will put their confidence in God? How do we know that they will not forget the works of God and that they will obey Him in spite of their circumstances?

Psalm 78:7 says that the answer to these kinds of questions is the main goal of parenting. That when our kids leave home, “That they should put their confidence in God; And not forget the works of God; But keep His commandments.”

Pastor Bill’s message on "Arrows in the Hand of Warrior" is a must listen for every parent.


Psalm 127 ~ God’s Blueprint for a Godly Home of Influence ~ Pastor Bill Slabaugh

September 14, 2018

This is the introductory message in a new expository sermon series on Psalm 127 by Pastor Bill Slabaugh. He takes his experience as a licensed architect and applies it to our understanding of God's Word as to what it means when the Lord Builds the House.

Part One of the series is based on Psalm 127:1-2 and is called. "The Lord: the Architect of the Home." In Part One we will look at God's blueprint for a godly home in Paul's Letter to the Ephesians. What is God's pattern for husbands? For Wives? For Children? Psalm 127:1 says, "Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain who build it." 

Part two of the series is based on Psalm 127:3-5 and is called, "In the hands of the warrior." How do we rear our children to be godly men and women of influence who will impact their community and world for the Kingdom of God? The goal of parenting is not just that our kids will survive, or that they are educated, or they will thrive. The goal of parenting is to rear children who are holy and make a difference in this world with gospel of Jesus Christ.