To listen to a sermon, click the title. The text of these messages, as well as past messages, can be found on the Pastor’s Blog at boothbaybaptist.blogspot.com
The Maine* Idea: God desires that we get our eyes off of ourselves, and have compassion on the lost, showing them the way to life.
The Maine* Idea: God is good, and does good, He does all things well. We can trust Him, even when we don’t understand. [Our apologies for the sound issues again this week, we’re working on it!]
The Main Idea: If we believe God, and trust in His mercy and grace, we will turn from the idolatrous and sinful ways of our past life. (Our apologies for the poor sound quality, we had some technical issues).
The Maine* Idea: God cares about us, and no matter our past, all who believe have a place in His plan!
This is a first person telling of the Christmas Story from the perspective of Judean shepherd in AD 70. Various Scriptures are cited.
The Maine* Idea: “The Son of God took upon himself a human nature in order to give his life so that we could experience true peace.”
The Maine* Idea: The first coming of Jesus revealed God’s grace and motivates us to live faithfully in the sure hope of His return. (There was a problem with the sound quality of the recording this week, our apologies. As always, if you prefer, you can read the study that was the basis of the message on Pastor Steve’s blog at boothbaybaptist.blogspot.com…
The Maine* Idea: In every situation in life we can give thanks to God our Savior!
Pastor Al challenges us to embrace the privilege and power of prayer with a message using Tony Evans’ book “Kingdom Prayers” as a point of departure.
The Maine* Idea: The only hope for fallen humans is mercy, and it has been extended toward us in Christ.