Sermon Videos

5-19-19 “The Dream that Changed Everything”

Peter’s dream profoundly changed the way he and others approached the law.  A new approach seemed to be based on something different – a law of love.  How might this dream inform the United Methodist Church today?

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5-12-19 “I and the Father are One”

Jesus’ self identification is stated in such a way as to leave no doubt.  Jesus is more than a prophet, a miracle worker, or a wise sage.  Jesus is one with his Father.  What might be the ramifications of such a proclamation?  What does this imply for his followers?

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5-5-19 “He Appears”

Jesus appeared to his disciples after his resurrection on Easter morning and later appears to Paul on the road to Damascus.  Each event has a profound effect on the one who sees the Lord.  How and when does Jesus appear to us?  Are we looking for him?  How will we respond to him?

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4-28-19 “Jesus in the Midst”

Rev. Stan Curtis delivered the message.

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4-21-19 “Were You There…When Christ Arose?”

Mary Magdalene went to the disciples with the news:  “I have seen the Lord!”

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4-14-19 “Were You There…As He Entered the City?”

Pastor Will will do a first person telling of watching Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem as Passion Week begins.

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4-7-19 “Pressing On”

St. Paul strives to “press on” toward the goal of knowing Christ intimately.  For in Christ, the old are made new and the dead are made alive.  What does “pressing on” look like in today’s world?  How can we support one another as we strive for this goal?

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3-31-19 “A Light’s Left On”

The familiar story of the Prodigal Son contains an eternal truth about God’s love.  God is always willing and happy to welcome the wayward home.  No sin is too grievous.  No time away is too long.  Come and experience forgiveness, mercy, and true love – all because God chooses you!

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3-24-19 “Yet One More Chance”

The call of repentance is central to our Scriptures and is a long-standing theme during Lent.  Our God is the God of forgiveness and second chances.  Now is the time to take up God’s offer.

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3-17-19 “Passports To Heaven”

Sermon written by Pastor Will and delivered by Peggy Eggen:

Paul writes that “our citizenship is in heaven.”  How might we bring a bit of heaven to our world?  And why is it important that we even try?

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3-10-19 Pastor Will’s Thoughts on General Conference

3-10-19 “Trials and Trophies”

God saves us in times of great hardships and takes us to the Promised Land much like the people of ancient Israel.  It’s important to remember our story and re-tell it!  What personal trials has God helped you overcome?  Do people know your story?

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3-3-19 “Shine Jesus Shine”

Peggy Eggen delivers the message

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12-23-18 “Broadcasting Christmas”

Asbury’s Children’s Christmas Play “Broadcasting Christmas” is a play of a 1940’s radio broadcast for children. Read more…

12-2-18 Rich Rubietta

Worship Leader Rich Rubietta will lead this special service.  Rich is a United Methodist Evangelist from the Northern Illinois Conference who travels from church to church offering a high energy praise experience.  His ministry combines Christ-centered preaching with creative praise music.  A great way to kick off Advent at Asbury!

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8-12-18 Vacation Bible School Skit – “Riding With Wesley”

Vacation Bible School Children’s Skit – “Riding with Wesley” during our Children’s Moment.

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8-12-18 Asbury’s 60th Anniversary Celebration “Memories, Ministry, & Mission”

Sermon by District Superintendent, Rev. Forrest Wells.  A special celebration of the “Memories, Ministry and Mission” of Asbury Church.  This service will utilize many elements of Asbury’s Inaugural Worship Service of July 29, 1958.

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6-24-18 A Celebration of Our Methodist Heritage – Part 3

Remembering and Reliving the Camp Meeting experiences of the 18th and 19th Century Circuit Riders.

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6-24-18 A Celebration of Our Methodist Heritage – Part 2

Remembering and Reliving the Camp Meeting experiences of the 18th and 19th Century Circuit Riders.

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6-24-18 A Celebration of Our Methodist Heritage – Part 1

Remembering and Reliving the Camp Meeting experiences of the 18th and 19th Century Circuit Riders.

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