Sermons by Pastor Larry McCall

Never Forget

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” – Listen to Pastor Larry McCall preach on the importance of never forgetting God and His commandments from Deuteronomy 8:1-20.

Total Devotion

Listen to this sermon preached by Pastor Larry McCall in which we hear how and why we are meant to live lives of total devotion to God and why we’re to call the next generation to do the same.

How to Live a Courageous Christian Life

Life in this “era between the gardens” has plenty of problems for all human beings. For us Christians, seeking to live for Jesus and spread his fame invites even more suffering from a hostile culture. So, why stay faithful to Jesus? Because we know that this life is not all there is. God has prepared […]

Who Do You Smell Like?

Have you ever caught a whiff of a particular smell that takes you back to an earlier time in your life? You catch an aroma that reminds you of someone dear in your past. Have you ever wondered if a particular aroma will remind your loved ones of you one day? In 2 Corinthians 2:12-17 […]

Reflecting the Son in This Dark World

These are tumultuous times we’re living in, aren’t they? Our nation is so divided. Who do we listen to? Who do we believe? Who do we follow? In this sermon on Titus 3:1-2, Pastor Larry seeks to remind us of our calling, “Reflecting the Son in This Dark World.”

Believing the Promise of the Second Advent

We enjoy “Advent,” looking forward to celebrating the first coming of our Savior, Jesus the Messiah. Did you know the Bible also tells us that Jesus is coming back – a “Second Advent”? At Jesus’ Second Coming, he will be revealed not only as Savior but also as the Judge of all people from all […]

Finding Hope in God’s Plan for the Future

Living as exiles in this hostile culture can be full of stress and uncertainty. How do we handle that? Well, even though the Christian life might be hard, it’s not complicated. Like Daniel, we find hope by 1) reading God’s Word, 2) praying to the God of the Word and 3) trusting in the plan […]