Sunday, September 27, 2009

The Effective Servant

What does it take to be an effective servant in God's Kingdom? Today we will look at Mark 9:38-50 to find out. But first, our time of praise. We sang "Refiner's Fire" and "Glorify Thy Name."

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The Sermon: "The Effective Servant" -- Mark 9:38-50.

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Welcome to the Scotch Ridge Presbyterian Church's (Martins Ferry, Ohio) Blog Site. Here you will find weekly videos of our time of praise and Pastor Joe C. Ellis's sermons. Please join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30 A.M. for our worship service and children's church. Click on the "Follow Blog" button on the blue bar at the top and and become a part of our online community of faith!

Directions to church: Take Ohio 7 north through Martins Ferry. Turn left onto CR4. Go 1/2 mile. Turn right onto Nixon's run. Go two miles to the top of the hill. Turn left onto Treadway Road. Go 150 yards and make a right up the church's steep driveway to the top of the hill.

Sunday, September 20, 2009

The First Shall Be Last

What is the secret to success? Maybe not what you think. In today's message we explore why those who put "self" last are successful in God's eyes. In our time of praise we sang "I Will Serve Thee" and "Shout to the Lord". Sorry about the camera angle.

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Today's sermon: The First Shall Be Last--Mark 9:30-37



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Welcome to the Scotch Ridge Presbyterian Church's (Martins Ferry, Ohio) Blog Site. Here you will find weekly videos of our time of praise and Pastor Joe C. Ellis's sermons. Please join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30 A.M. for our worship service and children's church. Click on the "Follow Blog" button on the blue bar at the top and and become a part of our online community of faith!

Directions to church: Take Ohio 7 north through Martins Ferry. Turn left onto CR4. Go 1/2 mile. Turn right onto Nixon's run. Go two miles to the top of the hill. Turn left onto Treadway Road. Go 150 yards and make a right up the church's steep driveway to the top of the hill.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Who do you say Jesus Is?

This week's message raises the most important question you could answer in your life: Who do you say Jesus is? In the sermon I share my personal experience of coming to grips with this question as a college student at West Liberty State College.

During our time of praise we sang "I have decided to follow Jesus."

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This morning's message is : "Who do you say Jesus Is?"

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Welcome to the Scotch Ridge Presbyterian Church's (Martins Ferry, Ohio) Blog Site. Here you will find weekly videos of our time of praise and Pastor Joe C. Ellis's sermons. Please join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30 A.M. for our worship service and children's church. Click on the "Follow Blog" button on the blue bar at the top and and become a part of our online community of faith!

Directions to church: Take Ohio 7 north through Martins Ferry. Turn left onto CR4. Go 1/2 mile. Turn right onto Nixon's run. Go two miles to the top of the hill. Turn left onto Treadway Road. Go 150 yards and make a right up the church's steep driveway to the top of the hill.

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Be Opened

Have you ever felt trapped? Directionless? Sick and tired of being sick and tired? Today's message relates how Jesus can release us from our personal prisons.

During our time of praise we sang "Isn't He" and "Draw Me Close to You."

Time of Praise:

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Sermon: "Be Opened"

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Welcome to the Scotch Ridge Presbyterian Church's (Martins Ferry, Ohio) Blog Site. Here you will find weekly videos of our time of praise and Pastor Joe C. Ellis's sermons. Please join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30 A.M. for our worship service and children's church. Click on the "Follow Blog" button on the blue bar at the top and and become a part of our online community of faith!

Directions to church: Take Ohio 7 north through Martins Ferry. Turn left onto CR4. Go 1/2 mile. Turn right onto Nixon's run. Go two miles to the top of the hill. Turn left onto Treadway Road. Go 150 yards and make a right up the church's steep driveway to the top of the hill.