Build people up in Christ.
Send them out for Christ.
Bring people to Christ.

Sermon Archive

Subscribe to the Lake Bible Church sermon podcast via iTunes or RSS. The archive can also be search by date range or book of the Bible using the form below.

Recent Sermons

Download or listen to the latest sermons directly in your browser. You can also search for previous sermons using the form below.

Date Title Passage Resources
Jun 25, 2017
Biblical Models of the Life of Faith
Jim Andrews, Pastor
Life confronts us regularly with the choices of living by fear or by faith. Fear depends upon our own wisdom and resources for the answer to our problems; faith looks to God’s Word and His resources for the answers. The next time you confront a crisis, ask yourself, how should faith respond to this situation? Be smart and go that way.
Hebrews 11:7-19
Jun 18, 2017
Reclaiming the Meaning of Faith From the Clueless
Jim Andrews, Pastor
Faith is not living optimistically or hopefully, or maintaining a positive attitude. Pure and simple, Christian faith is trust in God as He is revealed in the Bible. Biblical faith includes confidence in His power, promises, precepts, principles, purposes and plan of salvation. Next time you hear someone in the public square prattle about "faith-based" organizations, know that they are clueless. Just because an entity is a religious organization by no means signifies that they are "faith-based" in the biblical sense.
Hebrews 11:1-7
Jun 11, 2017
A Sober Warning, A Strong Encouragement
Jim Andrews, Pastor
In our walk with Christ, always bear in mind that our spiritual race is not a comfy jog to the finish line, but a (divinely) intentional marathon that challenges our faith, involves times of severe testing and requires gut-it-out (by grace) perseverance in pursuit of God’s promises. Wherein lies the difference between disciples and dilettantes; authentic Christian people and mere church people; players and posers; serious walkers and empty talkers.
Hebrews 10:26-39
Jun 4, 2017
It is He, Not Me
John Dotson
Can anyone find true joy in this life? As the famed song “Man of Constant Sorrow” begins, “I am a man of constant sorrow. I’ve seen trouble all my days.” Our lives begin in labor pains and end in suffering, and this world with its fleeting pleasures can never bring lasting joy. But that isn’t the intention of our earthly life. e believer’s joy will assuredly come when in glory we live eternally with the Triune God and all the saints. at will be joy.
Philippians 1:6

Search Sermon Archive

The archive currently includes sermons from December 17, 2006 to present. Use this form to search the archivefor specific sermons by date or book of the Bible.

Required fields are marked with *

Leave empty to search from beginning of available sermons.

Leave empty to search to end of available sermons.

  • Calendar

  • Service Times

    Join us each Sunday at 9 AM or 10:45 for worship and bible study. Child care provided and all are welcome.

  • Volunteer Opportunities

    Service/Volunteer Opportunities

    Step up in service to God. Check out these volunteer service opportunities and see where the shoe fits!

  • Blog Posts

  • Sermons

    Lake Bible Sermon Podcast

    Recent sermons are available as a Podcast or for immediate download.

    Lake Bible YouTube Channel

    Video of recent sermons as well as a live feed of the 9 and 10:45 am services are available on Lake's YouTube channel.

  • Publications

    Lake recommends the following books by our Pastor Jim Andrews. Learn more or obtain copies at JimAndrewsBooks.com.

    Dispatches from the Front Lines Book Cover

    Dispatches from the Front Lines

    This book represents a wealth of hard-won wisdom, insights, perspectives, principles and practices learned over now 53 years of pastoral and academic ministry.

    The Finality of Jesus Christ by Jim Andrews and Juli Grose

    The Finality of Jesus Christ

    “Is there really only one way to God?” Many people love to challenge Christians with that question! Was Jesus mistaken when He claimed to be “… the way, the truth and the life?”