Poolesville Baptist Church Sermons

Weekly sermons by Pastor Jace Broadhurst.

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What Will be Your Last Words? (Hebrews 11:20-22)

Presented by Jace Broadhurst

December 10, 2017, 10:30 am

In four weeks, we hope to start a ministry designed for the next generation. A ministry that will help them not turn back when it gets hard. A ministry that is about relationships and about faith and about holding fast. Isaac, Jacob and Joseph all had something to say to the next generation. Each of them reminds us of our call to our children and grandchildren. And each of them encourages and shows grace to those parents and teachers and others who have not done well. As always, there is a charge here . . . and there is mercy here. I hope you will come and be inspired and encouraged to leave a legacy to the next generation.

Longing for a Better Country (Hebrews 11:8-16)

Presented by Jace Broadhurst

December 3, 2017, 10:30 am

What do you long for? What excites you? You can probably come up with an answer or two for that, right? Hitting that ski jump at 30 miles an hour excites me. Getting that mischievous glance from your spouse across the room. Anticipating finally getting that vacation to Bermuda. Let me change the question for a moment. Not what do you long for or what excites you, but what motivates your every move? If there is even one thing? Family? Wealth? Happiness? All good motivators I think. Hebrews 11 implies that the great people of the past longed for one thing: a better country—a heavenly one. Do you long for heaven? Let's talk about that this week. I want to inspire, encourage, and excite you about our mission and our future.

A City with Foundations(Hebrews 11:8-10)

Presented by Jace Broadhurst

November 26, 2017, 10:30 am

I realized over the last two years how much of my security was wrapped up in my family. I fear deep down that maybe it's also wrapped up in my bank account, my job, how many "likes" I get on FB and my abilities to play sports, talk gooder, and attract women (none of which are reasons to brag I understand). I wonder what my security is really based on. This week I want to examine what you are looking at as your security, as your foundation. And I want to look at Abraham who looked to a city with foundations, whose builder and maker was God. This little summary is in Hebrews 11:8-10 and I would love for you to take a look if you have a chance. I am ready to hear from God this Sunday and I hope you are too.

Four Blessed Lepers (2 Kings 7)

Presented by Doug DuBois

November 19, 2017, 10:30 am

I was once told that life is filled with choices, and how we choose in a particular situation could determine our future. These decisions could be as simple as to our eating habits, or what we wear to work each day. However, there are also other choices that we make that have a greater impact on our lives and the lives of others. They could be where we work, who we will marry, what we do with our money, etc. Many of the decisions that we are faced with each day are essential yet are not life and death. If we are honest with ourselves, many of them come down to common sense. But what about those times when none of the options that we have to choose from are ideal? Where is God when every choice looks as if it will lead to death? This week we will look at 2 Kings 7:3-9 and what I refer to as "Four Blessed Lepers." We will look at the choice that they had to make when it all seemed as if they were doomed. We will also look at how our decisions can affect the lives of others.