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Central to the ministry of Lakeside is the expository (verse by verse) teaching and preaching of the Word of God. For nearly 40 years the pulpit ministry of our church has been characterized by sermons that provide teaching of the Bible in a way that is understandable and applicable to daily life. The word “expository” refers to exposing and bringing out the meaning of the texts of Scripture so that the original intent of the writer is understood. This is accomplished by systematically teaching verse by verse through books of the Bible, with the objective of being accurate in the interpretation, clear in the presentation, and practical in the application. The ultimate purpose of the pulpit ministry of Lakeside is to bring glory to God by helping believers in Christ grow spiritually and to proclaim the gospel to unbelievers.  Click below to listen or view the previous live streams. You can also follow us on Apple or Google podcast.

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Sermons from February 2007

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February 25, 2007

Lord of the Sabbath - Part 2 - 5068

Speaker: Steve Kreloff Series: AM Service Topic: Sermon, AM Service Passage: Matthew 12:5–12:14

February 18, 2007

Walking in Obedience - 5474

Speaker: Joe Trofemuk Series: AM Service Topic: Sermon, AM Service Passage: James 1:21–1:25

February 11, 2007

Imitate a Loving God - 5473

Speaker: Curt Sharbaugh Series: PM Service Topic: PM Service, Sermon Passage: Ephesians 5:1–5:2

February 11, 2007

How to Have Great Faith in a Hostile World (Part 2) - 4014

Speaker: Jack Jenkins Series: AM Service Topic: Sermon Passage: Daniel 6:16–6:28

February 4, 2007

The Heart of the Gospel - 4683

Speaker: Robert Fraire Series: PM Service Topic: Sermon Passage: 2 Corinthians 5:21–5:21

February 4, 2007

How to Have Great Faith in a Hostile World - Part 1 - 3865

Speaker: Jack Jenkins Series: AM Service Topic: Sermon Passage: Daniel 6:1–6:15