Sermons by Scott Ritterbush (Page 3)
Mark 1:29-45 We all would like to be healed from what plagues us. Sickness, fear and shame are some of the myriad of these items. Pastor Ritterbush points out this passage and lays out three specific items that Jesus faced then, and also faces today…. on our behalf.
Mark 1:21-28 This week’s passage opens with Jesus teaching in a synagogue and is confronted by a demon possessed person. Pastor Scott takes a look at this idea, and builds to the conclusion that Jesus has power unlike any other.
Mark 1:14-20 There are numerous ways that we can share the gospel with people around us. One way that many believers overlook is the simplicity of hospitality. Scott Ritterbush opens this weeks passage in Mark and illustrates how we can share the Kingdom of God with our neighbors, by sharing our table with others.
Mark 1:12-13 This week, Scott tackles a short passage, but one that can give some people in the western church some problems. In it, he addresses the reality of Satan, the challenge of temptation and how we can resist.
Mark 1:1-11 At the beginning of each new year, resolutions and promises are made as a hope of making your life and by extension your world better. What if the solution was simpler than you might think? What if the solution involved something as ordinary as sharing and changing your perspective? Senior Pastor Scott Ritterbush begins a new series through the book of Mark and begins how to Make Your World Better by…
Psalms 100:1-5 As 2018 comes to an end, Pastor Ritterbush refers to a short passage in the Psalms that can be used to strengthen your faith, regardless of the circumstances that you are currently in, be it joy, pain or somewhere in between.
3 John 1:13-15 We close this season of peace on earth and good will toward men with this: having a relationship with God offers three distinct kinds of peace. Scott Ritterbush spotlights each, and he then describes their benefits.
3 John 1:5-12 Over the past couple of weeks, Pastor Scott has shared themes of Love and Joy. This week, he imparts a different theme from this section of 3 John, “What Can I Do To Make My World Better.” He highlights the ideas of Making Disciples and Sharing what you have with others.
3 John 1:2-4 One of the things that Christmas cards do is is they convey value. When you receive one, you feel valued to some degree by the person who sent it. In the book of 3rd John, the sender, John was conveying value to the recipient, Gaius with this letter, and Scott Ritterbush draws 3 things that we can take as encouragements from the passage this week.
3 John 1:1 Senior Pastor Scott Ritterbush opens the Advent Season with a new series in the book of 3rd John. The premise is this. If you were to receive a Christmas Card from Heaven, what would it say? That is what 3rd John can be viewed as: A Christmas Card.