November 10, 2019
Guest speaker Bryan Mills begins the new message “Earn, Save, Give: Wesley’s Simple Rules for Money” with a question … “You’re Calling Me?”
November 3, 2019
Pastor Jerry Rairdon shares an All Saints Day focusing on the phrase “the Communion of Saints” in the Apostles Creed. Who are the saints who have been a part of your life? What is the best way to honor those saints? And what do you need to do in your life so you might become someone else’s saint?
October 27, 2019
Noblesville First’s own Amber Good makes a guest appearance in the pulpit for this Women’s Sunday, as she continues her seminary journey, and shares a message on the sham of shame, how it can make us feel inadequate and ashamed, and how the grace of God can wipe away our shame and fill us with hope.
September 29, 2019
When welcoming guests into our home, we make special efforts to make them feel comfortable. Are we making the same efforts as a congregation to welcome guests to the church, following the scriptural mandate to welcome the stranger and alien?
September 22, 2019
Noblesville First welcomes Rev. Dr. Andy Kinsey as he concludes the The Wesley Challenge with a message on “outward focus,” our relationship with others, stewardship and service, and John Wesley’s concern over things in the world that can cause a person to be distracted from the gift of God in Christ Jesus.
September 15, 2019
Pastor Jerry Rairdon continues The Wesley Challenge: 21 Days to a More Authentic Faith. Following Part One’s “upward focus,” Part Two of the three-part series addresses questions that challenge us to an “inward focus.”
September 8, 2019
Pastor Aaron Hobbs introduces the Wesley 21-Day Challenge sermon and study series with a message on John Wesley, founder of Methodism, and his 21 questions to help lead disciples to a more authentic faith in God. Part One of the three-part series addresses questions that challenge us to focus on our relationship with God.