Weekend Sermons from Fairlawn Church. Enjoy the weekly sermon sent directly to your listening device. Lead Pastor: Bryan Davis. For more information, go to fairlawnnaz.org
Moving Forward: Fog
Florence Chadwick gave up because the fog rolled in. Many times in life, we give up as well, fall just short, because we get discouraged and anxious when the fog rolls into our lives. Is there a way through the fog? When uncertainties and difficulties come, is there a way to overcome our anxiousness and move forward — even when we can’t see what’s ahead? Jesus gave His disciples and us a way through the confusion. Join us as we continue our sermon series MOVING FORWARD this Sunday.
When you join us, be sure to download the Bible App and find the service under EVENTS. Or you go to this link at https://bible.com/events/48367371 . You’ll find scriptures, sermon notes, giving links, and a great bible reading plan that will help you start your day knowing He is with you. We look forward to worshipping with you this Sunday! Invite someone else to watch with you!
Moving Forward: Not Yet
On long trips to their grandparent’s house, our children used to frequently ask, “Are we there yet?” They would groan when I told them how much further we had to go. To inspire them and keep me sane for the rest of the journey, I used to remind them of what we would do and who we would see when we arrived. Thinking on what awaited us helped encourage us to keep moving forward. Jesus did the same for His disciples and for us. Join us as we continue our sermon series MOVING FORWARD.
When you join us, be sure to download the Bible App and find the service under EVENTS. Or you can go to this link at https://bible.com/events/48253726 . You’ll find scriptures, sermon notes, giving links, and a great bible reading plan that will help you start your day knowing He is with you. We look forward to worshipping with you this Sunday! Invite someone else to watch with you!
Moving Forward: Lean
In the movie Groundhog Day, weatherman Phil Connors (Bill Murray) gets stuck experiencing the same day over and over and over again. Like Phil, we can easily get stuck in these days of COVID, social distancing, and isolation. But we don’t have to be spiritually stuck. Jesus gave His disciples some words in John 14 to help them for the days ahead when they would feel stuck without Him physically beside them. And He wants to speak those words into your life this weekend. Join us as we start a new series MOVING FORWARD.
When God is Late
Can you remember a time you were late for something? Scrambling around the house trying to find your wallet or keys and getting out the door. We can all look back and remember a time that we can laugh about but what about a time you were left waiting? When someone didn’t show up, when they left you feeling abandoned. We can feel that way about God sometimes when there’s things we begged and prayed for but God seemed distant and late to show up. Join pastor Nicole this Sunday for online church and learn 4 critical things we must remember when we feel like God was late.
The Songs of Christmas: Christmas Eve
CHRISTMAS EVE @ FAIRLAWN: Gather the family and spend a few minutes as we light the Christ candle on our advent wreath, sing “How Many Kings”, and share together in God’s Word. Merry Christmas to you and yours!
The Songs of Christmas: Love
Ever feel alone? Isolated? Lonely? With what we have experienced in 2020, everyone has struggled with these emotions at one time or another this year. But Christmas reminds us that we are not alone. God has come to stand beside us and be our comfort. How do we know? The angel said to name the child Emmanuel which means God with us. Join us as we continue our sermon series THE SONGS OF CHRISTMAS and hear the great news that He is with us in the song O Come, O Come Emmanuel.