Life Skills - Equipping Young Men for Life and Business

Posted by Scott Brown on Nov. 24, 2015

Over the past year I've been bringing together the young men in our church once a month to be given wisdom, instruction, direction, and encouragement in the areas of business and family life from some of the wise and experienced men in our church. These men are each experienced in their trade, diligent in their service to our local church, and...

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You Shall Delight Yourself in the Lord - Isaiah 58

Posted by Scott Brown on Nov. 20, 2015

Here is a sermon I delivered in Ridgecrest the Sunday following the Highway of Holiness conference. This message deals with the Sabbath, from the text of Isaiah 58.

For those who have a new heart, the Lord’s Day truly is “a market-day of the soul.” It is designed to serve as a taste of glory divine and of the eternal rest that awaits...

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How His Own Arm Brought Salvation

Posted by Scott Brown on Nov. 18, 2015

My sermon text last Sunday was Isaiah 59:16-21. In my previous sermon, through verses 1-15, we saw a faithful witness of the heartbreaking, life crushing degradations of sin. Through imagery of many things like snakes and spiders to describe mans fallen condition in rebellion against God, Isaiah now turns to the only solution - a warrior. This...

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Young Couple’s Retreat, Georgetown TX - Only Two Spots Left!

Posted by Scott Brown on Nov. 16, 2015

If you were on the fence about attending the young married couple's retreat in Texas, now's the time to register. There are still two spots open, and registration is free. This retreat is for couples who have been married for seven years or less, it will be taking place in Georgetown Texas on Friday and Saturday, January 1st and 2nd.

We hope...

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Even the US Constitution Upholds the Sabbath

Posted by Scott Brown on Nov. 09, 2015

We have little sensitivity to the historical drift our country has experienced regarding the celebration of the Sabbath. While most are aware of the “ blue laws” which prohibited commerce on the Sabbath in recent history, it may come as a surprise to many that even the U.S. Constitution, Section 7 preserves and upholds Sabbath keeping for...

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A Few Notes from Freedom 2015

Posted by Scott Brown on Nov. 06, 2015

Kevin Swanson in his first address this morning said, “The American people are kissing the chains that bind them. They like the security of the state.  Then he quoted Benjamin Franklin, “either you will be governed by God or by God you will be governed.”

Kevin defined freedom as release from chains, obligation, slavery He said, ...

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Our Greatest Danger is not the U.S. Supreme Court

Posted by Scott Brown on Nov. 06, 2015

Our greatest danger are not the supreme court justices of the United States who hate the laws of God, but the supreme court justices in our hearts that are always negotiating and cajoling us to cause us to set aside the Word of God for the sake of our traditions. These justices are always talking and debating and compromising in our heads....

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Join Me at the Freedom 2015 Conference in Des Moines Iowa

Posted by Scott Brown on Nov. 05, 2015

Please consider joining me this weekend at the Freedom 2015 conference in Des Moines Iowa. Tomorrow morning at 11:00 I will be speaking on the topic of defending marriage in the church, family, and state, then at 3:00pm I will be on a pastor's panel discussing the protection of the flock.

If you can't make it to the conference, consider...

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A Taste of The Highway of Holiness Conference

Posted by Adam McManus on Nov. 01, 2015

This video will give you a sense of not only the messages that God inspired on the topic of holiness over the last several days, but also how He used them to impact the lives of some attendees.

For the next 30 days, you can view the keynote messages here for free.

To Love the World is to Love What God Hates

Posted by Adam McManus on Nov. 01, 2015

“Our God wants us to know Him, to fellowship with Him, and to love Him so that as we live day by day in a lost and dying world, we might be reflecting the God of light as we walk in His light,” said Jeff Pollard.

“To love the world is to love what God hates, to esteem what God loathes, to value what God rejects, to admire what God...

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