Sermons

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.

Are we waiting for Jesus or is He waiting for us?

Posted April 15th, 2015 in Sermons

Exodus_sqrCan you see God and live? 74 men did. But notice what they chose to describe. What is the good in waiting? Especially when the waiting goes on forever… Moses provides a picture of Jesus and an interesting statement speaks to Christ followers today. The study of the Bible book of Exodus continues with Pastor’s Mike sermon on Exodus 24.

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God prepares the way

Posted March 21st, 2015 in Sermons

Exodus_sqrPastor Mike speaks on Exodus 23:20-33. Why don’t we experience the full and abundant things God has in store for us? Today’s text reveals some answers to this. When we recognize God’s message to Israel is for us today, our faith can be stirred and we can be motivated to persevere in hardship.

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Ten Guidelines for Intimacy with God (Part 2)

Posted March 10th, 2015 in Sermons

Exodus_sqrPastor Mike concludes with this second sermon on the Ten Commandments. God desires intimacy with his people and the final six guidelines pave the way to a closer relationship with God. This sermon is from Exodus 20:12-21.

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Ten Guidelines for Intimacy with God (Part 1)

Posted February 24th, 2015 in Sermons

Exodus_sqrThis sermon is called “Ten Guidelines for Intimacy with God” from the text Exodus 20:1-11. Pastor Mike speaks to the true intention of the Ten Commandments in fostering a place of deepening intimacy with God. Getting to know someone in the truest ways requires space – time, pace, place, and purpose to search and know one another’s heart. In these well known commandments we find the foundation to a passionate relationship with God.

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Maintaining mountaintop intimacy with God

Posted February 17th, 2015 in Sermons

Exodus_sqrPastor Mike moves into Exodus chapter 19 in this sermon, “Maintaining mountaintop intimacy with God.” Israel has left Egypt and God has led them in a less than direct route to the Promised Land of Canaan. He has brought them to this place called Horeb – a very sacred place in the history of the Jewish people. The following chapter is the delivering of the Ten Commandments. So what happens just before this momentous event? And what is significant about God’s appearance over Mount Sinai. It has everything to do with God’s desire to be with his people.

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