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by Bart Bornhorst

God has blessed us with an incredible future in His Kingdom, but He has also given us the needed instruction to live the best life possible right now! Do we fully appreciate the incredible value of God's "Pearl of Great Price?"

by Bart Bornhorst

Pastor Bart Bornhorst reviews major blessings of God, encourages us to be thankful to Him for our many blessings, and he asks a blessing for the congregation in his last official message as pastor in Indianapolis during this season of Thanksgiving.

by Bart Bornhorst

Thanksgiving is a time when we focus on our blessings; our relationships with family and friends, as well as how God has provided for us. This sermon covers four blessings for our congregations.

by Bart Bornhorst

When we come to a crossroad in our life, what are we to do when we don't know how to move forward? This sermon is on developing and maintaining an eternal trust in your Lord.

by Bart Bornhorst

Pastor Bart Bornhorst emphasizes that we are the weakest beings in God’s plan of salvation, which is highlighted on this Day of Atonement, and covers three points in our battle for eternal life; stay away from the sinful attractions of this world, go to God for help, and keep your eyes on the victor

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As we are at the Feast of Tabernacles, we are in communities that have no idea about God's Holy Days or His future plan for mankind. How can we make more of a difference than just monetarily in these communities?

by Bart Bornhorst

Christ wants us to reap and enjoy His spiritual food at the Feast. How can we be sure we will come to the Feast with a happy, healthy mental appetite?

by Bart Bornhorst

Pastor Bart Bornhorst warns of the rapidly growing evil in this world and that we must not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good; also cautioning that if we strike back in kind or repay evil, we have already been overcome by evil.