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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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Sermons from September 2017

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September 24, 2017

The Priceless Kingdom

Speaker: Rev. Todd Matocha Series: Christ, the Savior King, Has Come Topic: Sunday AM Passage: Matthew 13:44–13:58

September 17, 2017

The Fear of Man and the Fear of God

Speaker: Rev. Todd Matocha Series: Galatians-Protecting Justification by Faith Alone Passage: Galatians 2:11–2:21

September 17, 2017

Kingdom Growth

Speaker: Rev. Todd Matocha Series: Christ, the Savior King, Has Come Topic: Sunday AM Passage: Matthew 13:31–13:45

September 10, 2017

The Imperfect Church

Speaker: Rev. Todd Matocha Series: Christ, the Savior King, Has Come Topic: Sunday AM Passage: Matthew 13:24–13:30, Matthew 13:36–13:44

September 10, 2017

Gospel Freedom

Speaker: Rev. Todd Matocha Series: Galatians-Protecting Justification by Faith Alone Topic: Sunday PM Passage: Galatians 2:1–2:14

September 3, 2017

The Making of a Gospel Minister

Speaker: Rev. Todd Matocha Series: Galatians-Protecting Justification by Faith Alone Topic: Sunday PM Passage: Galatians 1:18–1:24

September 3, 2017

Responses to the Gospel

Speaker: Rev. Todd Matocha Series: Christ, the Savior King, Has Come Topic: Sunday AM Passage: Matthew 13:1–13:9, Matthew 13:18–13:23