Sermons on Faith

Sermons on Faith

David and Goliath

Instead of being concerned with the largness of Goliath, he is focused on the enormity of God. What might we learn from the story of David & Goliath as we go “Back to Sunday School” today.


How can God use you right where you are doing what you are doing? The story of Esther shows us how God can use our circumstances for His Will. Participate in worship today as Pastor Chris dives into the story of Esther.

Noah And The Ark

As we begin our new series, Back to Sunday School, let’s revisit some familiar Old Testament stories and engage these texts with a deeper look into the appropriateness and application for our lives today. What might the Noah and the Ark reveal for our faith and discipleship? Join in as Pastor Chris explores this question.


What do you believe in? What does it mean to be a believer in Jesus? Join in the conversation with Pastor Chris.

The Faith Of Our Mothers

Most of us owe a lot to our moms. The women of the world have stepped up and have filled in way more than their own fair share. Let’s honor moms this mothers day and celebrate the ways in which women have shaped up and continue to bless our lives.

Follow The Spirit’s Lead

Join in Contemporary Worship at Ringgold United Methodist Church. The goal of discipleship is to become like Christ. To be shaped into the likeness of Jesus means that we follow the lead of the Holy Spirit, stay plugged into the Spirit, and allow the fruits of the Spirit to take hold inside of us. We invite you to get connected into the life of the Spirit and journey with Jesus as Pastor Chris leads us through this study.

Be Bold

As we begin a new series on being “Deeply Committed,” let’s be bold! Being bold is less about my having courage and more about trusting God’s faithfulness. Key Text: Matthew 14:22-32 ESV

Taking a Rain Check

Disappointment is bound to happen. Plans will be altered. What we do when things don’t go the way we want says a lot about our faith and our character. Preparing for the rainy day means that we do what we can in advance to get ready, and it means that we embrace the rain when it comes our way.  When it rains, instead of pouting about the rain, try embracing the change of plans and do something different. Key Text:…
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