Pastor Daniel’s Sermons

Missed the service? Want to hear and watch Dr. Hagmaier’s message again? We’ll post Pastor Daniel’s video messages each week so you can stay connected. Enjoy the videos!

Pastor’s Weekly Newsletter

Pastor’s weekly newsletter | 12-02-2022

Dear Church Family and Friends, We pray that you are safe and well on this first Friday in December. Tomorrow morning at 9 AM we will meet in the sanctuary for our annual Hanging of the Greens. We will decorate the church together for...

Pastor’s weekly newsletter | 11-28-2022

Dear Church Family and Friends, We hope and pray that you are safe and well on this Friday and hope you enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving! This Sunday is the start of the Advent Season, and the Stockton Family will be lighting the first Advent...

Sermons in text

After March 17, 2019, Dr. Hagmaier’s sermons are available only in video format. Below are text formats for his earlier sermons.

2 Samuel 6:1-16; 20-23 | Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow!

I grew up in a non-dancing house. My mother had loved to dance, in fact she was often the last one off the dance floor. But after she became a Christian, she did a complete 180 and somehow believed that dancing was a terrible and wretched sin. As I was growing up I came to and understanding that dancing was right up there with robbing a bank, murder and, grand larceny. We grew up within shouting distance of a dance hall and my mother forbade us to go near that dance hall. I think she believed that the devil was playing the music and we just couldn't dance with the devil. So for many...

A Most Amazing Woman | 2 Samuel 6:1-16, 20-23

We continue our sermon series on the Life of King David, a man after God’s own heart. Today, we take a look at an amazing woman named Abigail. The story of Abigail and her crazy husband, Nabal reminds me of a story about a minister who was losing his congregation to sleep during a dry sermon. To revive those napping in the pew he said, “I livedWith a woman for over 17 years who was (story) This sermon is about a marriage gone awry. It’s about an incredibly gracious woman named Abigail who was married to a fool named Nabal. His name literally means fool. He is a stubborn and arrogant man....

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