Sermons by Natalie Justice

Stepping Out

Life is full of choices. The only thing that makes it hard is choosing the good from the bad, and we’re not always successful at doing that. Sometimes bad avenues look easier and tempting, and the good paths look difficult and time-consuming. How does this reflect on our relationship with Christ? Do we have the […]

A Lifestyle of Thanksgiving

We have a lot for which to be thankful. Seriously. This week, really think about those people, events, opportunities, and lessons that have dropped into your life. But, above all else, remember that all good gifts come from God. So give Him the thanks and praise due Him! And you don’t have to wait for […]

Letting Jesus Lead

It’s hard to let someone else take over, right? If you are a parent of teenagers, you know what it’s like to teach your kid how to drive. It is not a simple task just to sit there and say (or yell) commands such as ‘right’, ‘left’, ‘stop’, signal, BREAAAAAAK!!!! When you retire, it can […]

You Know Better Than I

In this day and age, we have every right to be afraid. With so much happening in our country and in our world, it makes you think twice to just step outside the door of your own home. And it’s not just for ourselves: we fear for our children, for our loved ones. This anxiety […]

Attitude of Gratitude

“Bad things happen to good people.” You’ve heard that before, right? Negative events in your life seem to pile up on your shoulders and cloud your perception. With all these setbacks, it’s hard to keep a good attitude and a positive outlook. But, amidst the trials you may be facing, it helps to hold on […]