BEAVER DAM

Baptist Church

1794 RICHMOND RD.

TROY, VA  22974

434.295.0277

CURRENT

SERMON SERIES

September 27, 2020: The Ten Commandments: Part 3!
September 20, 2020: Turning Toward Our Neighbor
September 13, 2020: Tuning in to God
September 6, 2020: Chosen, not Frozen
August 30, 2020: Advice From the In-Law: How to Know God's Will
August 16, 2020: What Does Your Banner Say?
August 9, 2020: How to Complain to God the Right Way
August 2, 2020: Do You Always Want This Bread?
July 26, 2020: The God of the Ordinary Everyday
July 19, 2020: A God for Bitter Times
July 12, 2020: Four Prayers for These Times
June 28, 2020: When You Feel Cornered
June 21, 2020: Taking the Long Way Home
June 14, 2020: The God Who Keeps Vigil
June 7, 2020: Live Like Free People
May 24, 2020: Plagues and Pandemics
May 17, 2020: Dealing with Discouragement
May 3, 2020: Moses' Advice to Pandemic Class of 2020
April 26, 2020: Quarantine Surprises
April 19, 2020: When Will God Do Something?

PREVIOUS

SERMON SERIES

April 5, 2020: Lessons from the Past
March 29, 2020: In It for the Long Haul
March 22, 2020: Refueling
March 15, 2020: Taking Breaks
March 1, 2020: Overcoming Challenges
February 23, 2020: Know Your Topography
February 16, 2020: Equipped for the Journey

February 2, 2020: Pillar #4 Impacting the World
January 26, 2020: Pillar #3 Making Disciples
January 19, 2020: Pillar #2: Building Community
January 12, 2020: Pillar #1: Loving God
January 5, 2020: First Things First

LEAVING GOD OUT OF OUR PLANS

James 4: 13-517

Rev. George Fletcher  

 

August 23, 2020 

 


Confession:  It's Good for the Soul

1 John 1:8-10, James 5.16

Katie McKown, 

Associate Director

The John Leland Center School of Ministry

July 5, 2020 -- If we claim to be without sin, we deceive ourselves, and God's word is not in us.  We ignore the Holy Spirit's promptings and make excuses for our sin.  Confession is owning and naming our sin.  But why is confession important?


Pentecost:  Let's Take a Walk to the Fruit Stand

Acts 2.1-21, Gal. 5.13-23

Pastor Greg Wissinger

May 31, 2020 -- Pentecost teaches us about the Power of the Holy Spirit in the early church.  But the Bible also gives us direction on how to WALK in the Spirit in our daily lives. 


The Blessing of Lament 

The Psalms

Pastor Greg Wissinger

The Lament Psalm is a poem or hymn expressing human struggles to the Lord and making a request for his help.  Scholars think that perhaps up to two-thirds of the collection of Psalms are lament psalms.   But what do the Lament Psalms say to us today in our current situation with COVID-19?  And should we lament our own situation?


EASTER:

Good News Among Bad News

Matthew 28.1-10

Pastor Greg Wissinger

April 12, 2020 -- As we celebrate an Easter unlike anything we have ever experienced before, Pastor Greg takes a look at what the Resurrection means for us in the middle of a pandemic.


MISTAKEN TEARS

Luke 23.26-28

Pastor George Fletcher

March 8, 2020 -- The women who followed Jesus to the cross cried for Him, but Jesus assured them that they should not cry for Him but for themselves and their children.   Find out why...


DOES JESUS KNOW YOU?

Bill Clowater

Missionary to the Philippines

February 9, 2020 

Matthew 7.21-23

John 3.1-3