Pastor Bob Erbig continues our series, Se7en, with his sermon, Thyatira: The Compromising Church, addressing the church at Thyatira from Revelation 2:18-29.
Pastor Bob Erbig addresses the topics of addiction, substance abuse, and the hope and joy of recovery in recognition of National Recovery Month with his sermon entitled “Ending the Pandemic“.
Pastor Bob Erbig’s message explores the spiritual themes in Avengers: Endgame as he completes our At The Movies sermon series.
Pastor Bob Erbig kicks off our new series At The Movies with his sermon entitled “Don’t Sing Songs To A Heavy Heart” looking at the following Scriptures passages Psalm 30:5; 42:3, 9-11; Ephesians 4:30-32; Hebrews 4:15-16, 12:2-3 in light of the movie Inside Out.
Pastor Bob Erbig concludes our series, A Beautiful Mess, with his sermon entitled, The Power to Change, based on Genesis 50:15-21.
Pastor Bob Erbig continues our series, A Beautiful Mess, with his sermon entitled, A Dark Night For The Family, based on Genesis 37:2-36 and 45:1-15.
Pastor Bob Erbig continues our series, A Beautiful Mess, with his sermon entitled, Despite Deception, Redemption, based on Gensis 27 and 29.
Pastor Bob Erbig starts our new series A Beautiful Mess. Coming from a dysfunctional family doesn’t destine you for a dysfunctional life. His sermon “Shame, Interrupted” explored Genesis 2 and 3.
Pastor Bob Erbig and Pastor Dave Hentschel close their series “His Kingdom Come” from Matthew 28 with their sermon “The Easter Hunt”.
Pastor Bob Erbig examines “The Foot of the Cross” in Matthew 27:45-56 on Maundy Thursday in our current sermon series, His Kingdom Come.