Immanuel Church Wilmington Delaware
(2-16-20) How to Avoid Losing the LOST - Will Donato

(2-16-20) How to Avoid Losing the LOST - Will Donato

February 16, 2020

Matthew 18:11

As we live our life, we can tend to forget the value of Love, Opportunity, Soul, and Time. With help from the Lord, we can avoid losing our first love, missing our best opportunities, losing our soul, and mismanaging our time.

(2-9-20) Given for the Life of the World - Will Donato

(2-9-20) Given for the Life of the World - Will Donato

February 9, 2020

Luke 24:13-35

We need to be bread in the hands of Jesus: blessed, broken, given. We conclude the sermon series, being reminded that He showed His love so that we could effectively show love to the world.

(2-2-20) Broken to the Grace of God - Will Donato

(2-2-20) Broken to the Grace of God - Will Donato

February 2, 2020

Luke 22:19

We continue a series from December, entitled "Blessed, Broken, Given". The circumstances of life can sometimes break us, but the grace of God can sustain us and redeem us. Brokenness brings us openness to His transforming power.

(1-26-20) The Deity of Jesus - Michael Guertin

(1-26-20) The Deity of Jesus - Michael Guertin

January 26, 2020

Hebrews 3:1-6

Jesus was present at Creation, and yet He humbled himself to become a man, so that He could live perfectly among us, and then die for our sins. We explore His divine nature.

(1-19-20) The Seed and the Soil - Michael Guertin

(1-19-20) The Seed and the Soil - Michael Guertin

January 19, 2020

Luke 8:5-15

When we hear the Word of God, do we get distracted by the devil, the trials of life, or the pleasures of the world, or do we listen, retain, and persevere, thus producing good fruit? The Word of God, the seed, is the source of all life.

(1-12-20) I Am Doing a New Thing - Jim DiBiaso

(1-12-20) I Am Doing a New Thing - Jim DiBiaso

January 12, 2020

Isaiah 43:18-19

Throughout Scripture we are told to remember God's faithfulness in the past, but we are also exhorted to move forward with Him. We must not live in the experiences of the past so much, that we miss what God is doing in the present, and what He is planning for the future.

(12-29-19) The Father’s Business - Pastor Ryan Diffenderfer

(12-29-19) The Father’s Business - Pastor Ryan Diffenderfer

December 29, 2019

Luke 2:41-52

The Scriptures don't record much about the life of Jesus from his birth to the age of 30, but we look at an account when he was 12 years old, and discover His heart during those years. He was aware that He was to be about His heavenly Father's business. That should also be our motivation daily.

(12-22-19) All Hopes and Fears Are Met in Christ - Pastor Ryan Diffenderfer

(12-22-19) All Hopes and Fears Are Met in Christ - Pastor Ryan Diffenderfer

December 22, 2019

Romans 5:1-5

This Christmas, as we celebrate the birth of Jesus, we have reason to have hope, because the Savior lives. We have hope because of a future with Christ, but can also have hope in the present, because God is working in the seasons of our lives, to conform us to the image of Christ.

(12-15-19) Our Greatest Christmas Need - Pastor Ryan Diffenderfer

(12-15-19) Our Greatest Christmas Need - Pastor Ryan Diffenderfer

December 15, 2019

Ephesians 2:1-4

As we look at the life of King Ahaz in Isaiah 7, we're challenged to put our trust in God, not in the things of this world. Our sin has separated us from God, but Christ entered the world to bridge the gap between us and God. 

 

(12-1-19) Blessed, Broken, Given - Will Donato

(12-1-19) Blessed, Broken, Given - Will Donato

December 1, 2019

Luke 9:10-23

In this passage, we see God do something miraculous with 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish. Jesus blesses the bread, breaks it, and then feeds the 5,000. Our lives can seem mundane and ordinary but in the hands of Jesus, He can do extraordinary things. Will we allow ourselves to be broken, so that life can be given?