Sunday, June 27, 2010

Living in Liberty

There is a battle that rages within each one of us. Our lower nature cries out for instant gratification to please SELF. This self-centered life results in many problems--physical, psychological, and relational. We fight back by trying to follow rules and regulations. But the Spirit knows the solution: freedom from our lower nature and freedom from the law. Listen to today's message from the Scotch Ridge pulpit to learn how to live in the liberty of Christ.

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Here's Kari Jobe singing "Healer."




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, June 20, 2010

Battling Depression

Is being depressed a sin? You'd be surprised by the answer. Some of the greatest Bible characters battled depression, including Jesus. Check out Joe's sermon to discover the spiritual principles from Psalm 42 to overcoming depression.

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Here's Pasty Cline singing "Just a Closer Walk with Thee."




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.