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You'll find our recent and past series listed below. If a sermon is not part of a particular series, then it is listed under Miscellaneous. If you have any difficulty downloading sermon material, please contact our church office at this e-mail or by calling 814-763-4880.

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Recent Series
Palm Sunday, Good Friday & Resurrection (April 9 - 16, 2017)
Shattered Faith (April 23, 2017)

Listen to our guest speaker, Rev. Dick LaFountain, as he shares his personal testimony of "Shattered Faith" and believing God, again.

ENVISION (May 7, 2017)
Father's day (June 18, 2017)
Lessons from Job (June 25 - ?, 2017)

Join us Sunday mornings at 10:30 for worship.

The Seriousness of Sin (July 30, 2017)

with guest speaker Rev. Harold Walton

Esther (August 6 - 20, 2017)

Join us for worship and the next sermon series out of the book of Esther, starting on August 6, 2017, at 10:30am.

Under God (September 3 -24, 2017)

What dominates the headlines doesn't have to dominate our hearts.  There's only one Name that can bring the world together. Are you ready to discover the hope and freedom we've been given Under God?

The Gifts of Christmas (Nov. 27 - Dec. 25, 2016)
Kingdom Experience (Sept. 11, 2016 - Nov. 20, 2016)

The beatitudes are not a top 8 list to happiness, they are not mandates, they are meant to be lived and shared.

Join us as we worship God together on Sunday mornings at 10:30am. This sermon series begins September 11, 2016.

Global Impact (October 16 - 30, 2016)

Reaching the world

Past Series
Get Started (January 1, 2017)

Do you spend so much time thinking about how to start something and then end up never actually starting it? In this sermon, we looked at the life of Moses and how he had excuses when God told him to go back to Egypt and free the Israelites. For every excuse we have, God will always be with us and equip us if we just step out in faith. Let's get 2017 started off right.

Free - A Study of Galatians (January 8 - February 26, 2017)

When we think of freedom, it normally moves us in two directions.  There is freedom from the things we long to be delivered from, and there is freedom to live the way that we want to live.  Over the next few weeks we will be looking at the book of Galatians in the Bible to see how we can truly do both.

Communion (March 5, 2017)
Core Values (March 12, - May 28, 2017)

This sermon series began March 12, 2017. It focuses on what our core values are, starting with our purpose -- to know and understand God -- and our vision -- leading people on a life-changing journey to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.

Daniel (August 14 - September 4, 2016)

Join us at 10:30 Sunday mornings for a sermon series from the book of Daniel.

Masterpiece (July 10 - August 7, 2016)

This sermon series is about breaking the cultural worldview for a biblical worldview in different areas of our lives.

Pastor Keith Draa of Pleasantview Alliance Church, Pastor Cliff Forbes of New Beginnings Church and Pastor Nate Alsdorf of Oasis Church will be teaming up to preach this sermon series, with each pastor rotating to speak at all three churches during July and August 2016.

Join us at 10:30 each Sunday for worship.

Remember (July 3, 2016)
100 Years in Ministry Celebration Message (June 26, 2016)

In 2016, Pleasantview celebrated 100 years in ministry! Our big celebration Sunday was June 26, 2016.

Among those present that day were Pleasantview Pastors (and wives) Bob & Diane Wido, Mark & Cheryl Grossoehme, Walt & Linda Frankenberry, Russell & Margaret Huizing, Joseph & Marnie Pjecha and Keith & Jamie Draa.

Each former pastor present gave a brief greeting to the congregation. Former Pastor Bill & Doris Murphy were unable to attend but sent a greeting, as did the President of the C&MA in the US, Rev. Dr. John Stumbo.

The District Superintendent of the Western PA District of the Christian & Missionary Alliance, Rev. Dr. Jeff Norris, brought a message of encouragement from God's Word.

At the conclusion of the service, we shared a wonderful picnic meal and many games and activities. It was a delight to see many "old" faces and reminisce.

Thank you to all who took time to be with us on that special day.

Father's Day (June 19, 2016)
Fourfold Gospel (5/15/16 - 6/5/16)
God is... (May 8, 2016 -)

Join us at 10:15 on Sunday morning for worship.

The Cross (May 1, 2016)

Join us this Sunday at 10:15 AM for worship.

Heaven & Hell - separating fact from fiction (April 3, 2016 -)

New Series:  What happens when we go to heaven?  Will I know my family?  Is hell real?  Can Satan ever become good again?  Join us over the next few weeks as we answer these questions along with others in our new series "Heaven & Hell - separating fact from fiction."

Easter 2016 (March 13, 20, 27, 2016)

Leading up to Easter we will be taking a different approach to how we look at Jesus.  We usually look to him for all the answers, but as you look through Scripture, Jesus asked us a lot of questions - over 300 - questions that force us to decide what we belive.  Join us over the next three weeks as we look at 3 questions Jesus asked, "Why are you so afraid?", "Do You believe I can do this?", and "Why do you doubt?"

Colossians: Complete in Christ (January 10 - March 6, 2016)

Do you feel like a piece of the puzzle of your life is missing?  Have you tried and tried to fill that hole with different pieces and nothing fits?  Then join us this Sunday at PAC as we begin a journey through the Book of Colossians and find that Christ can rescue us, will give you hope, and is the missing piece to your life puzzle.

New Year's Revolution (January 3, 2016)

Join us for worship on Sunday, January 3, 2016 at 10:15 a.m.

Revelation - the Consummation of Human History - Jesus' Coming (December 27, 2015)
What Child Is This? (December 20, 2015)

Join us at 10:15 AM on Sunday, December 20th, for a special Christmas celebration service. We will be considering four "beholds" in the Bible - the Baby, the Lamb of God, the Man, and the Returning King.

The Cast of Christmas (November 29 - December 13, 2015)

The Cast of Christmas

Most of us have been to a Christmas Pageant.  Children are dressed up as various characters and placed in a nativity scene.  Some are sheep or cows; others are shepherds or wisemen.  One boy will be Joseph, a girl will be Mary, and usually, a baby doll is cast in the coveted role of baby Jesus.

Have you ever looked at the characters in these pageants or your own nativity set and asked, "Who were these people?  What were their stories?  What brought them to this spectific incredible event?"  Over the next few weeks we will be looking at "The Cast of Christmas" and discovering life lessons from those who came to "see this thing that has happened, which the Lord has told us about."  (Luke 2:15)

The Prayer Series (November 1 - 22, 2015)

PRAYER:  Everyone knows it's important, but not everyone knows how to do it.

Global Impact (October 11-25)
Winsome (September 2015)

Winsome - Living A Lifetime of Influence

Elisha's Ridiculous Faith (August 9 - 30, 2015)

This is a study of the life of the prophet Elisha, a man who sacrificed everything to follow God.

God's Mercy (August 2, 2015)

Guest Speaker, Tim Hunsberger

How Do You Respond? (July 26, 2015)
Greater Than (May 31 - July 12, 2015)

With all the disappointments and struggles we face, it's easy to get discouraged and get to the point where we don't even want to try at all, and that's just the way the enemy wants it.  But it doesn't have to be that way.  Come find out how God's truth > the enemy's lies, how Jesus' peace > my problems, and God's calling > my comfort.

What It Means to be an Authentic Man (1) (June 21, 2015)
Mother's Day (May 10, 2015)
The Book of James (February 15 - May 24, 2015)

The Book of James paints a clear picture of what a true relationship with Jesus should look like.  Do you have confidence in God?  Do you believe that God tests but never tempts?  What is the only proper response to God's Word?

Join us Sundays at 10:15 for this series.

Easter: Everything Changed. (April 5, 2015)
By His Wounds We are Healed (March 22, March 29, 2015)

"Every wrong we have done and every wrong that has been done to us has been swallowed up in every right that Jesus has done and in every wrong that has been done to him." 
-- Louie Giglio

Come out this Sunday at 10:15 and discover that through Jesus' wounds we are healed!

The State of the Church (March 15, 2015)

Yes, LORD. Walking in the way of your truth, we wait eagerly for you, for your name and your renown are the desire of our souls.  Isaiah 26:8

Baptism (February 8, 2015)

Baptism - Raised to New Life!

Baptism is the public expression of a believer's faith. At Pleasantview, we like to say that baptism is a way of "going public" with a new life in Christ.

On Sunday, February 8, several people are making a public declaration of their choice to follow Christ. Join us for this special baptism service, which begins at 10:15 AM (our usual time). We will also be celebrating communion.

Who Is Jesus? (January 11 - 25, 2015)
2015: The Future We Want (January 4, 2015)
December 28, 2014 (December 28, 2014)
Christmas Eve 2014 (December 24, 2014)
His Name Will Be Called ... (November 30 - December 24, 2014)

Advent Sermon Series

Q&A (November 2 - 23, 2014)

Is it OK for Christians to drink?  Can Christians celebrate Halloween?  How do you know if you are saved?

You've got questions; the Bible has answers! This sermon series is called Q&A and will answer questions that have recently been submitted by the congregation.

The Joy of Access (Missions Conference) (October 26 - 28, 2014)
All In (September 28 - October 19, 2014)

"It (the Gospel) doesn't cost anything, but it demands everything.  It demands that we go 'all in,' a term that simply means placing all that you have into God's hands.  Pushing it all in.  And that's where we get stuck -- spiritual no man's land.  We're afraid that if we go all in that we miss out on what this life has to offer.  And the good news is this:  if you don't hold out on God, God won't hold out on you."  (Mark Batterson)

Over the next four weeks we will be looking at what it means to go "all in" in these four areas of our lives:  living, telling, serving, and giving.

A Pastor's Farewell (September 21, 2014)

Pleasantview Alliance Church was privileged to have Pastor Joseph Pjecha serve as Associate Pastor for more than eleven years. This sermon was his final message to us prior to moving to Roanoke, VA, where he accepted the position of Senior Pastor at Faith Alliance Church.

Pastor Joseph will be very missed at Pleasantview.

Reaching Out (September 14, 2014)
No More Excuses (August 24, 2014 - September 7, 2014)

A 3-part sermon series taken from the book of Judges.

Somebody Bigger Than You and I (August 17, 2014)
Jonah (July 20 - August 10, 2014)

God works in miracles through those who obey, though we often choose to rebel against Him.  Whether we choose a path of obedience or rebellion, our God is the God of second chances.  Few stories illustrate this principle more clearly than the story of Jonah.

Church: A Study in the Book of Acts (cont.) (January 12 - July 13, 2014)

The book of Acts provides a unique opportunity to see the birth, growth, and maturing of the early church.  God has graciously recorded that for us so that through our highs and lows, joys and concerns, we might learn from those who have traveled those paths before us.  Join us each week as we listen to not only what God says about the church 2,000 years ago but for our church today. 

This sermon series began Sept. 1, 2013, and continues into this new year of 2014.

Foundational Truth (April 27, 2014 - May 25, 2014)

A solid foundation is necessary for any structure or building to stand the test of time.  The same principle is true for the Chrsitian Life and Faith.  God gives us Foundational Truth taught throughout His Word, which He intends for us to know, understand, believe and put into practice.  They remain constant, do not need repair, and always weather the storms when they occur.  Take note of Jesus' words in Matthew 8:24-27.  Do you hear and heed?

Lent (March 9 - April 20, 2014)

During this season of Lent, we are considering the seven sayings that were spoken by Jesus as He hung on the cross in the very act of bearing the sins of the world.

The Resurrection Sunday sermon is included here with the Lent sermons.

The Coming of Messiah (December 1, 2013 - December 29, 2013)

This sermon series begins with "The Prophecy of Messiah" (Isaiah 9:6-7), followed by "Mary, the mother of Messiah" (Luke 1:26-38), "Joseph the Guardian of Messiah" (Matt. 1:18-25), "Christ, the Savior is Born" (Luke 2:1-20), and concludes on Christmas Eve (7:00 service) with "Since Christ Has Come, Now What?"

For more information on our church service, click here.

Church: A Study in the Book of Acts (September 1, 2013 - November 24, 2013)

The book of Acts provides a unique opportunity to see the birth, growth, and maturing of the early church. God has graciously recorded that for us so that through our highs and lows, joys and concerns, we might learn from those who have traveled those paths before us. Join us each week as we listen to not only what God says about the church 2,000 years ago but for our church today. For more information on our church service, click here.

Jesus is the Answer (June 2 - August 25, 2013)

You've got questions...we've got an answer. Jesus! While that may seem somewhat chliche and simplistic, we really do believe that Jesus is the key that interprets not only Scripture but all of life and creation. This summer, our sermon series will focus on questions, topics, and Bible passages submitted to the pastors from our congregation. For more information on our church service, click here.

I Now Pronounce You... (April 7 - May 26, 2013)

So often we think that our marriages are vehicles for our happiness. But what if the purpose of marriage was much more? What if they are designed to produce holiness and become a picture for all - children, couples, singles, widow(er)s - of our relationship with Christ? What if marriages were designed to reflect the character of God? Our sermon series for April and May will study the characteristics of biblical couples to see how they reveal the character of God. For more information on our church service, click here.

Meeting the Living God (February 10 - March 31, 2013)

Our sermon series throughout the Lent season will focus upon the individuals who met the living, resurrected Jesus to prepare our own hearts to meet with the Living God, Jesus, Our Savior. Throughout the series we will see that the risen Jesus met people in their grief, fear, complexity, doubt, surrender, and guilt with comfort, peace, simplicity, assurance, confidence, and confession. For more information on our church service, click here.

Fulfilling Our Commission (January 6 - February 3, 2013)

Faith is only the beginning. Once we trust in Jesus, there is a life that He has called us to that has been summarized by the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20). This sermon series studies the various elements of this commission, challenging us to live these elements out in practical ways each day of our life.

For more information on our church services, click here.

Christ Alone: The Scarlet Thread (December 2 - December 30, 2012)

Talk about God and people will allow you to go on and on. Talk about Jesus and suddenly a line in the sand has been drawn. We are not only God-believers, we are Christ-followers - but who is this Jesus that we worship? Our sermon series for this year will focus upon Jesus and His ministry throughout time. We will listen to what God tells us through Scripture about who Jesus is, his sacrifice for us, how He is revealed as our Priest, how He is the focus of the Gospel, how He is in us and we are in Him, and His promised return. As we come to a true picture of who Jesus is, we will find that through faith in Him, we are being transformed into His likeness and becoming a reflection of Him to others.

For more information on our church services, click here.

Christ Alone: Fruit of the Vine ()

Talk about God and people will allow you to go on and on. Talk about Jesus and suddenly a line in the sand has been drawn. We are not only God-believers, we are Christ-followers - but who is this Jesus that we worship? Our sermon series for this year will focus upon Jesus and His ministry throughout time. We will listen to what God tells us through Scripture about who Jesus is, his sacrifice for us, how He is revealed as our Priest, how He is the focus of the Gospel, how He is in us and we are in Him, and His promised return. As we come to a true picture of who Jesus is, we will find that through faith in Him, we are being transformed into His likeness and becoming a reflection of Him to others.

For more information on our church services, click here.

Christ Alone: In the Church (September 16-October 28)

Talk about God and people will allow you to go on and on. Talk about Jesus and suddenly a line in the sand has been drawn. We are not only God-believers, we are Christ-followers - but who is this Jesus that we worship? Our sermon series for this year will focus upon Jesus and His ministry throughout time. We will listen to what God tells us through Scripture about who Jesus is, his sacrifice for us, how He is revealed as our Priest, how He is the focus of the Gospel, how He is in us and we are in Him, and His promised return. As we come to a true picture of who Jesus is, we will find that through faith in Him, we are being transformed into His likeness and becoming a reflection of Him to others.

For more information on our church services, click here.

Prayer and the Presence of God ()

"A life without prayer is a boast against God." - Owen Carr

Too often as Christians, we live boastful lives. Our weekends with Pastor Dick LaFountain were intended to strengthen the discipline of prayer in our lives so that we learn to bask in the presence of God through prayer.

Christ Alone: The Fourfold Gospel (August 12 - September 2, 2012)

Talk about God and people will allow you to go on and on. Talk about Jesus and suddenly a line in the sand has been drawn. We are not only God-believers, we are Christ-followers - but who is this Jesus that we worship? Our sermon series for this year will focus upon Jesus and His ministry throughout time. We will listen to what God tells us through Scripture about who Jesus is, his sacrifice for us, how He is revealed as our Priest, how He is the focus of the Gospel, how He is in us and we are in Him, and His promised return. As we come to a true picture of who Jesus is, we will find that through faith in Him, we are being transformed into His likeness and becoming a reflection of Him to others.

For more information on our church services, click here.

Christ Alone: Revealed in the Law (April 15 - August 5, 2012)

Talk about God and people will allow you to go on and on. Talk about Jesus and suddenly a line in the sand has been drawn. We are not only God-believers, we are Christ-followers - but who is this Jesus that we worship? Our sermon series for this year will focus upon Jesus and His ministry throughout time. We will listen to what God tells us through Scripture about who Jesus is, his sacrifice for us, how He is revealed as our Priest, how He is the focus of the Gospel, how He is in us and we are in Him, and His promised return. As we come to a true picture of who Jesus is, we will find that through faith in Him, we are being transformed into His likeness and becoming a reflection of Him to others.

For more information on our church services, click here.

Christ Alone: The Passion of the Lamb (February 26 - April 8, 2012)

Talk about God and people will allow you to go on and on. Talk about Jesus and suddenly a line in the sand has been drawn. We are not only God-believers, we are Christ-followers - but who is this Jesus that we worship? Our sermon series for this year will focus upon Jesus and His ministry throughout time. We will listen to what God tells us through Scripture about who Jesus is, his sacrifice for us, how He is revealed as our Priest, how He is the focus of the Gospel, how He is in us and we are in Him, and His promised return. As we come to a true picture of who Jesus is, we will find that through faith in Him, we are being transformed into His likeness and becoming a reflection of Him to others.

Christ Alone: God Incarnate (January 1-February 19, 2012)

Talk about God and people will allow you to go on and on. Talk about Jesus and suddenly a line in the sand has been drawn. We are not only God-believers, we are Christ-followers - but who is this Jesus that we worship? Our sermon series for this year will focus upon Jesus and His ministry throughout time. We will listen to what God tells us through Scripture about who Jesus is, his sacrifice for us, how He is revealed as our Priest, how He is the focus of the Gospel, how He is in us and we are in Him, and His promised return. As we come to a true picture of who Jesus is, we will find that through faith in Him, we are being transformed into His likeness and becoming a reflection of Him to others.

The Year of the Harvest: Resting (November 11-December 25, 2011)

Our sermon series this coming year will be focused on the harvest - harvesting the fruit in our spiritual lives, in our families, in our finances, in our work, and in our church. None of these aspects of our life belong to us - they have been graciously furnished to us by God - but He does expect a harvest from them and for us to offer to Him the fruits of our labor. We are spending an entire year on it because none of us - apart from a miraculous work of God - can bring about a harvest in one season. It takes planning, preparing, planting, cultivating, harvesting, and even a time of fallow ground or rest. Each is a different season of our spiritual lives. We skip a season at the risk of damaging the harvest. Spiritual formation - in your life and in our church - takes time. We are going to spend the time this year learning how to take care of the vineyard that God has put us in charge of.

The Year of the Harvest: Harvesting (September 4 - November 20, 2011)

Our sermon series this coming year will be focused on the harvest - harvesting the fruit in our spiritual lives, in our families, in our finances, in our work, and in our church. None of these aspects of our life belong to us - they have been graciously furnished to us by God - but He does expect a harvest from them and for us to offer to Him the fruits of our labor. We are spending an entire year on it because none of us - apart from a miraculous work of God - can bring about a harvest in one season. It takes planning, preparing, planting, cultivating, harvesting, and even a time of fallow ground or rest. Each is a different season of our spiritual lives. We skip a season at the risk of damaging the harvest. Spiritual formation - in your life and in our church - takes time. We are going to spend the time this year learning how to take care of the vineyard that God has put us in charge of.

The Year of the Harvest: Cultivating (June 5 - August 28, 2011)

Our sermon series this coming year will be focused on the harvest - harvesting the fruit in our spiritual lives, in our families, in our finances, in our work, and in our church. None of these aspects of our life belong to us - they have been graciously furnished to us by God - but He does expect a harvest from them and for us to offer to Him the fruits of our labor. We are spending an entire year on it because none of us - apart from a miraculous work of God - can bring about a harvest in one season. It takes planning, preparing, planting, cultivating, harvesting, and even a time of fallow ground or rest. Each is a different season of our spiritual lives. We skip a season at the risk of damaging the harvest. Spiritual formation - in your life and in our church - takes time. We are going to spend the time this year learning how to take care of the vineyard that God has put us in charge of.

The Year of the Harvest: Planting (May 1 - May 29, 2011)

Our sermon series this coming year will be focused on the harvest - harvesting the fruit in our spiritual lives, in our families, in our finances, in our work, and in our church. None of these aspects of our life belong to us - they have been graciously furnished to us by God - but He does expect a harvest from them and for us to offer to Him the fruits of our labor. We are spending an entire year on it because none of us - apart from a miraculous work of God - can bring about a harvest in one season. It takes planning, preparing, planting, cultivating, harvesting, and even a time of fallow ground or rest. Each is a different season of our spiritual lives. We skip a season at the risk of damaging the harvest. Spiritual formation - in your life and in our church - takes time. We are going to spend the time this year learning how to take care of the vineyard that God has put us in charge of.

The Year of the Harvest: Preparing (March 20 - April 24, 2011)

Our sermon series this coming year will be focused on the harvest - harvesting the fruit in our spiritual lives, in our families, in our finances, in our work, and in our church. None of these aspects of our life belong to us - they have been graciously furnished to us by God - but He does expect a harvest from them and for us to offer to Him the fruits of our labor. We are spending an entire year on it because none of us - apart from a miraculous work of God - can bring about a harvest in one season. It takes planning, preparing, planting, cultivating, harvesting, and even a time of fallow ground or rest. Each is a different season of our spiritual lives. We skip a season at the risk of damaging the harvest. Spiritual formation - in your life and in our church - takes time. We are going to spend the time this year learning how to take care of the vineyard that God has put us in charge of.

The Year of the Harvest: Planning (January 9-March 13, 2011)

Our sermon series this coming year will be focused on the harvest - harvesting the fruit in our spiritual lives, in our families, in our finances, in our work, and in our church. None of these aspects of our life belong to us - they have been graciously furnished to us by God - but He does expect a harvest from them and for us to offer to Him the fruits of our labor. We are spending an entire year on it because none of us - apart from a miraculous work of God - can bring about a harvest in one season. It takes planning, preparing, planting, cultivating, harvesting, and even a time of fallow ground or rest. Each is a different season of our spiritual lives. We skip a season at the risk of damaging the harvest. Spiritual formation - in your life and in our church - takes time. We are going to spend the time this year learning how to take care of the vineyard that God has put us in charge of.

How Will You Respond? (November 28-January 2)

During this season of Advent leading up to the celebration of the birth of Jesus, our theme is the question, "How will you respond?" The baby in the manger demands a response. You can ignore Him, you can hate Him, you can worship Him, you can tell others about Him.there are many responses, but His very presence demands a response from you. How will you respond?

Grabbing the Wind (October 10, 2010 - November 21, 2010)

How does one describe blue to a blind person? Often teachers will use experiences that we often designate with that color: cold, wind, sadness, blueberries. How does one describe the Holy Spirit? In much the same way, it is impossible to 'grab Him.' But Scripture uses many images of the Holy Spirit throughout its pages. This series will attempt to help us know the Holy Spirit more intimately by focusing on these images provided for us by God.

Open Doors (September 5 - October 3, 2010)

As we prepare for our annual Missions Conference, we are looking at the phrases in Isaiah 61:1-2 quoted by Jesus as a summary of His ministry. Each week, we will look at how Jesus accomplishes those characteristics of His ministry through his church and how they will be culminated in Him.

The Promise-Maker & Promise-Keeper (6/6/10-8/29/10)

The Bible contains literally thousands of promises that God has made to humanity as well as His people. This summer we will study a sampling of those promises to see what they tell us about the character of God the Father, how they are fulfilled through Jesus, and how they are obtained through the Holy Spirit. Be challenged through this series to not only know the promises of God, but to believe that they can be true in your life.

God Sightings (April 11, 2010 - May 30, 2010)

There are memorable moments of our life where we have unmistakably seen God - maybe in nature, maybe in another person, maybe in a passage of Scripture. Is there any reason why we can't see God every day? This series studies the appearances of Jesus after His resurrection to learn where to look for Jesus in our own lives.

Why Such Little Faith? (Lent 2010)

Going deeper into our question, "What does God envision our church to be?", we study the passages in Matthew that speak of small faith.

From Laodicea to Jerusalem (Winter 2010)

A sermon series seeking to Biblically answer the question "What is church supposed to be like?" by presenting Biblical answers to the application "What has God called me to do to make Pleasantview the church that He envisions?"

2010 Miscellaneous Sermons (Various Dates)

These sermons are not part of any specific series.

The Advent of Jesus (Advent 2009)

A sermon series that studies the themes of the life of Jesus as presented in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.

More Than We Can Ask or Imagine (Fall 2009)

A sermon series on Ephesians and its practical application to our lives.

The Spiritual Disciplines (Summer 2009)

The Spiritual Disciplines - a sermon series shows the Biblical roots of each spritual discipline and its current application to the life of the believer.

The Big Picture (Spring 2009)

Keeping the Big Picture - a sermon series drawn from Colossians 1:3-14 that identifies and applies the four perspectives a Christian needs to see life through.

Pictures of Sacrifice (Lent/Easter 2009)

Pictures of Sacrifice - a sermon series on various stories from Genesis - Deuteronomy that foreshadow the sacrifice of Jesus.

True Worship (Winter 2009)

'True Worship' series.

Miscellaneous Sermons (2009)

These sermons are not part of any specific series.

Life of Christ (Fall 2008)

Life of Christ Series

Missions Conference 08 (Fall 2008)

Several messages from the 2008 Mission Conference at Pleasantview.

You Asked For It (Summer 2008)

These sermons are based on topics requested by the Pleasantview congregation.


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