You can follow the sermons as we move through the Bible. The continual challenge Pastor Mike faces as he prepares to preach is two-fold: First, he must accurately discern the original author’s message for his (or her) audience; Second, he must effectively apply it to the lives and situations of the Everett Family Church family. What follows are the humble attempts of Pastor Mike and some other trusted teachers to do this in a God-honoring way.

Moses meets the Great I Am

Posted October 21st, 2014 in Sermons

Exodus_sqrThe study of the Bible book of Exodus continues this week as Paul Edwards provides a teaching on Exodus 3:1-4:17.



The birth of a Savior

Posted October 4th, 2014 in Sermons

Exodus_sqrPaul Edwards continues our fall study in the Bible of Exodus. He provides a background of the historical events leading up to the Exodus and then takes us to the text, Exodus 1:22-2:10. We were reminded of God’s great sovereignty in orchestrating entire nations for His purposes and invited to trust God when to come through when we can do nothing more in our planning.



God’s purpose in suffering

Posted September 20th, 2014 in Sermons

Exodus_sqrWith this sermon Pastor Mike begins our new study of the Bible book of Exodus. The Israelites were doing exactly what God asked them to do and yet things were growing worse and worse for them. We explore God’s purpose in causing suffering and consider if God might have similar purposes in the hardship and suffering we are enduring. The text is Exodus 1:1-21.



Do good to those it is due

Posted September 15th, 2014 in Sermons

Proverbs3_sqrPaul Edwards concludes our summer study of the Bible book of Proverbs as we look at the concluding section of this chapter – specifically Proverbs 3:27-28.



Missions work in France

Posted August 16th, 2014 in Pastor's Blog, Sermons

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAEverett Family Church was honored to have Nicolas and Priscille Rinderknecht come and share about their ministry in France. They are currently pastoring a church in Champs (east of Paris) and preparing to plant a new church in Torcy. EFC joins them in their burden to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ in one of spiritually darkest countries in the world – less than one-percent of the population have surrendered their lives to Jesus Christ!

EFC currently supports the Rinderknechts on a monthly basis.


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