HCC Sermon Archive
Below you will find archive audio of sermons at Herscher Christian Church. Click on any of the series links to get all of the messages in that series.
Keep the change
All of us have hangups, habits, and hurts that we know we need to change and deal with in our lives but so often we neglect the necessary steps to keep that change. Join us as we explore not only how to get there, but how to KEEP THE CHANGE
Unwrapping his presence
As we enter the season of Advent and Christmas, what does it look like when we unwrap the "presence" of God instead of just looking at the "presents". How do we see the hope, peace, joy, and love of God represented in this season?
What does it look like for us to be "ALL IN" with our faith? What foundational things should be evident in our walk, the way we deal with trials, and our response to being living ambassadors for Jesus at all times? Are you ALL IN or not?
When we are moving to reconnect it means we have been disconnected from where we need to be. This series focuses on the home. What disconnects happen in our marriage, what common habits lead to disconnect, and how do we see disconnect addressed in scripture for our families?
The Great Commission
What exactly are we called to in the Great Commission and how does it affect the walk that we should be living through our faith in Jesus. What does being a missional church mean and how do we live that calling in the most effective manner?
What does it meant to have a heart that is "renewed"? In this series we take a four week look at those that have faced the choice of accepting God's challenge or not, understanding issues that would keep us from renewal, and so much more.
What is joy? Is it an emotion that is easily manipulated or is it something more? What does scripture say about the attitude adjustment that we need to have if we are fully devoted to being "joy-filled"? Are we filling others with true joy or taking it from them?
MAde for More
You are made for more! Are you living out the full purpose for how God designed you? Whether you go back to the roots of the church or examine the scriptural challenges that are placed before us, you'll see that we have been called to a higher purpose, a higher design, and to be set apart from the world.