Marty Johnson

Marty Johnson

Role: Pastor
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Sun, Apr 29, 2018
Duration: 42 mins 3 secs
We continue in our series on the sermon on the mount. The last couple weeks of sermons before this were not recorded by accident.
Sun, Apr 08, 2018
Duration: 37 mins 46 secs
Recent tragic events within our province were addressed this morning in order that we might reflect and respond as God would have us.
Sun, Apr 01, 2018
Passage: John 20:1-18
Duration: 40 mins 45 secs
It is Easter - Christ has risen and at times we're more like Mary weeping at the empty tomb than rejoicing. Often it is grief, doubt and pride that keep us in tears.
Sun, Mar 18, 2018
Duration: 41 mins 9 secs
We as a church are working our way through Jesus' teaching in Matthew 5-7. These sections of scripture have traditionally been called The Sermon on the Mount. *** This message finds us in parts Matthew 5 where Jesus specifically mentions Hell on three occasions. He spoke with the assumption that his audience understood what he was speaking of. They did. But do we? This message and those to follow will address the doctrine of Hell. *** Resources - Mark Twain is quoted as saying, ""What a good thing Adam had. When he said a good thing, he knew nobody had said it before." *** Although I strive to give credit where credit is due by quoting my sources, I may not always by mistake. Thus, I like to post my sources in case of oversight: "The Importance of Hell - Redeemer Report." Redeemer Churches and Ministries, www.redeemer.com/redeemer-report/article/the_importance_of_hell. Barclay, William, and John William Drane. The Gospel of Matthew. Westminster John Knox Press, 2015. Blomberg, Craig L. Matthew. Broadman Press, 1992. Carson, D. A. Jesus' Sermon on the Mount: and His Confrontation with the World: an Exposition of Matthew 5-10. Baker Books, 1999. Carson, D. A. Matthew, Chapters 1 through 12. ZondervanPublishingHouse, 1995. Chan, Francis, and Preston M. Sprinkle. Erasing Hell: What God Said about Eternity and the Things We Made Up. David C Cook, 2011. France, R. T. Tyndale New Testament Commentaries: Matthew. Inter-Varsity Press, 1985. Lloyd-Jones, David Martyn. Studies in the Sermon on the Mount. W.B. Eerdmans, 2001. McKnight, Scot. Sermon on the Mount. Zondervan, 2013. Morris, Leon. The Gospel According to Matthew. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2013. Stott, John R. W. The Message of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7): Christian Counter-Culture. Inter-Varsity Press, 1999. Wright, N. T. Matthew for Everyone: Chapters 1-15. Westminster John Knox, 2015. *** We as a church have undergone many difficulties with our soundboard so at times messages have not been recorded. This in the past has kept me from posting them as I do not like having sporadic messages. However, I've decided that some is better than nothing.
Sun, Mar 11, 2018
Duration: 5 mins 40 secs
We as a church are working our way through Jesus' teaching in Matthew 5-7. These sections of scripture have traditionally been called The Sermon on the Mount. *** This message finds us in parts Matthew 5 where Jesus specifically mentions Hell on three occasions. He spoke with the assumption that his audience understood what he was speaking of. They did. But do we? This message and those to follow will address the doctrine of Hell. *** Resources - Mark Twain is quoted as saying, ""What a good thing Adam had. When he said a good thing, he knew nobody had said it before." *** Although I strive to give credit where credit is due by quoting my sources, I may not always by mistake. Thus, I like to post my sources in case of oversight: "The Importance of Hell - Redeemer Report." Redeemer Churches and Ministries, www.redeemer.com/redeemer-report/article/the_importance_of_hell. Barclay, William, and John William Drane. The Gospel of Matthew. Westminster John Knox Press, 2015. Blomberg, Craig L. Matthew. Broadman Press, 1992. Carson, D. A. Jesus' Sermon on the Mount: and His Confrontation with the World: an Exposition of Matthew 5-10. Baker Books, 1999. Carson, D. A. Matthew, Chapters 1 through 12. ZondervanPublishingHouse, 1995. Chan, Francis, and Preston M. Sprinkle. Erasing Hell: What God Said about Eternity and the Things We Made Up. David C Cook, 2011. France, R. T. Tyndale New Testament Commentaries: Matthew. Inter-Varsity Press, 1985. Lloyd-Jones, David Martyn. Studies in the Sermon on the Mount. W.B. Eerdmans, 2001. McKnight, Scot. Sermon on the Mount. Zondervan, 2013. Morris, Leon. The Gospel According to Matthew. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2013. Stott, John R. W. The Message of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7): Christian Counter-Culture. Inter-Varsity Press, 1999. Wright, N. T. Matthew for Everyone: Chapters 1-15. Westminster John Knox, 2015. *** We as a church have undergone many difficulties with our soundboard so at times messages have not been recorded. This in the past has kept me from posting them as I do not like having sporadic messages. However, I've decided that some is better than nothing.
Sun, Mar 04, 2018
Passage: John 6:25-69
Duration: 40 mins 49 secs
This morning we as a church celebrated to the Lord's Supper this morning. *** Resources - Mark Twain is quoted as saying, ""What a good thing Adam had. When he said a good thing, he knew nobody had said it before." *** Although I strive to give credit where credit is due by quoting my sources, I may not always by mistake. Thus, I like to post my sources in case of oversight: Graybeal, Lynda L., and Julia L. Roller. Learning from Jesus: a Spiritual Formation Guide: a Renovare© Resource for Individuals and Groups. HarperSanFrancisco, 2006.*** We as a church have undergone many difficulties with our soundboard so at times messages have not been recorded. This in the past has kept me from posting them as I do not like having sporadic messages. However, I've decided that some is better than nothing.
Sun, Feb 25, 2018
Passage: Matthew 5:22
Duration: 49 mins 45 secs
We as a church are working our way through Jesus' teaching in Matthew 5-7. These sections of scripture have traditionally been called The Sermon on the Mount. *** This message finds us in parts Matthew 5 where Jesus specifically mentions Hell on three occasions. He spoke with the assumption that his audience understood what he was speaking of. They did. But do we? This message and those to follow will address the doctrine of Hell. *** Resources - Mark Twain is quoted as saying, ""What a good thing Adam had. When he said a good thing, he knew nobody had said it before." *** Although I strive to give credit where credit is due by quoting my sources, I may not always by mistake. Thus, I like to post my sources in case of oversight: "The Importance of Hell - Redeemer Report." Redeemer Churches and Ministries, www.redeemer.com/redeemer-report/article/the_importance_of_hell. Barclay, William, and John William Drane. The Gospel of Matthew. Westminster John Knox Press, 2015. Blomberg, Craig L. Matthew. Broadman Press, 1992. Carson, D. A. Jesus' Sermon on the Mount: and His Confrontation with the World: an Exposition of Matthew 5-10. Baker Books, 1999. Carson, D. A. Matthew, Chapters 1 through 12. ZondervanPublishingHouse, 1995. Chan, Francis, and Preston M. Sprinkle. Erasing Hell: What God Said about Eternity and the Things We Made Up. David C Cook, 2011. France, R. T. Tyndale New Testament Commentaries: Matthew. Inter-Varsity Press, 1985. Lloyd-Jones, David Martyn. Studies in the Sermon on the Mount. W.B. Eerdmans, 2001. McKnight, Scot. Sermon on the Mount. Zondervan, 2013. Morris, Leon. The Gospel According to Matthew. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2013. Stott, John R. W. The Message of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7): Christian Counter-Culture. Inter-Varsity Press, 1999. Wright, N. T. Matthew for Everyone: Chapters 1-15. Westminster John Knox, 2015. *** We as a church have undergone many difficulties with our soundboard so at times messages have not been recorded. This in the past has kept me from posting them as I do not like having sporadic messages. However, I've decided that some is better than nothing.
Wed, Feb 07, 2018
Passage: Mark 14:12-25
Duration: 36 mins 29 secs
This morning we as a church celebrated to the Lord's Supper this morning. *** Resources -I had planned on preaching further through Matthew 5 on anger, but due to computer problems I was unable to get to my information. Due to this I heavily relied a message by MATT WOODLEY for this message. ***We as a church have undergone many difficulties with our soundboard so at times messages have not been recorded. This in the past has kept me from posting them as I do not like having sporadic messages. However, I've decided that some is better than nothing.
Sun, Jan 28, 2018
Duration: 20 mins 7 secs
We as a church are working our way through Jesus' teaching in Matthew 5-7. These sections of scripture have traditionally been called The Sermon on the Mount.***This particular message deals with anger as the root cause of murder.***Resources - Mark Twain is quoted as saying, ""What a good thing Adam had. When he said a good thing, he knew nobody had said it before." Although I strive to give credit where credit is due by quoting my sources, I may not always by mistake. Thus, I like to post my sources in case of oversight. Barclay, William, and John William Drane. The Gospel of Matthew. Westminster John Knox Press, 2015. Blomberg, Craig L. Matthew. Broadman Press, 1992. Carson, D. A. Jesus' Sermon on the Mount: and His Confrontation with the World: an Exposition of Matthew 5-10. Baker Books, 1999. Carson, D. A. Matthew, Chapters 1 through 12. ZondervanPublishingHouse, 1995. France, R. T. Tyndale New Testament Commentaries: Matthew. Inter-Varsity Press, 1985. Lloyd-Jones, David Martyn. Studies in the Sermon on the Mount. W.B. Eerdmans, 2001. McKnight, Scot. Sermon on the Mount. Zondervan, 2013. Morris, Leon. The Gospel According to Matthew. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2013. Stott, John R. W. The Message of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7): Christian Counter-Culture. Inter-Varsity Press, 1999. Wright, N. T. Matthew for Everyone: Chapters 1-15. Westminster John Knox, 2015.***We as a church have undergone many difficulties with our soundboard so at times messages have not been recorded. This in the past has kept me from posting them as I do not like having sporadic messages. However, I've decided that some is better than nothing.
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