Sault Wesleyan Church’s mission is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. We are simply a group of ordinary, everyday people who have found out that Jesus loves us and has called us to live for Him.
January 26, 2020 - Pastor Brooks ends the series on Spiritual Disciplines with the topic of the discipline of confession. This regular communal habit helps us experience the grace and mercy of God for healing the sins and sorrows of the past.
January 19, 2020 – The message begins with a conversation about Foster Care / Adoption with Aimee Rice who works in recruiting new foster parents in our area. The teaching is from James 1:22-2:13 about hearing AND doing what God’s Word says – particularly in serving others without showing favoritism.
November 17th's sermon was preceded by The Bible Project's New Testament Overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0BrP8bqj0c Pastor Brooks shares from Colossians 2:16-17. The podcast concludes with the audio from the following video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmfFW0gPuyE
Sermon from 10/20/2019 Pastor Brooks shares from Haggai 1 .
1. PROCRASTINATION of God’s People (1:2).
2. PRIORITIES of God’s People (1:3-4).
3. PROFILE of God’s People (1:5-6).
4. PLAN for God’s People (1:7-8).
5. PUNISHMENT of God’s People (1:9-11).
6. PRODDING (1:12-15)
7. PROSPERING (2:19)
Using some illustrations from the some of the freshwater wonders in the U.P. Pastor Brooks points out some of the aspects of moving into the new life based off the conversion of Saul in Acts chapter 9. September 15, 2019
On Sunday August 11th, we spent very little time together in song or sermon, but instead focused on enjoying conversation centered around the Scripture about "The Church". Here is a link to aninfographic of all of the "one anothers" in the New Testament: https://overviewbible.com/one-another-infographic/
The sermon from August 4, 2019 was preceded by the first part of this MOPS VIDEO.
Jesus said in John 10:10 "The thief’s purpose is to steal and kill and destroy. My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life."
This third part of our series talks about the subject of giving and tithing. Don't miss what Pastor Brooks has to share, there's more to this message than you might think (Which is probably why it's longer than most)
When you're entertaining friends would you serve them leftovers? Are you serving God with your leftovers? Check out this message as Pastor Brooks challenges us to give God our best rather than whatever we have left.