Ray Washington Sermons
We may have sung, "He's got the whole world in his hands," when we were children, but do we actually live like we believe it? Join us as we learn about Daniel's unwavering confidence in God in the face of difficulties.
In the midst of your preparations for the day we celebrate the birth of the Prince of Peace, are you missing out on the very peace that He brings? Join us to learn the art of being in His peace even during the busy seasons of life.
Many things in our world compete for our attention, all of them offering a way to define ourselves and live a fulfilling life. Philosophies and religions have tried to offer answers for centuries. More recently, celebrities, diets and exercise routines have tried to make us disciples of their respective pathway. But there is still only One who has the words of life, and He is the only one to whom we should go.
We all love a good listener. We understand that when someone listens well, they are doing far more than hearing the words coming out of our mouth- they seem to always know how to respond. Check out this week's message to learn about a king who listened and responded well to the word of God.
Who is Jesus to you? Join us at 9:30 and 11 a.m. as we talk about whether Jesus was more than just a good man.
This summer, we will study some of our favorite psalms and learn how to engage with God through every season of life! Join us today as we begin with a look at Psalm 1.
When faced with a tough decision or circumstance, what is your initial response? Life is a series of peaks and valleys and how we face them will greatly reveal who we are.
There is a secret to going through hard times, and Psalm 85 gives us a blueprint for doing it well.
Remember when you were young how you would call out to your parents or older siblings whenever you felt threatened or were hurting? As an adult, who is your go-to? Who do you call when debt, work, relationships, or health issues overwhelm you?
Have you ever felt like, "they just don't get me?" Chances are, they actually don’t. But someone does. Come learn what God really thinks of you.
We are called to know the Word of God personally as a church and as individuals. If the Holy Spirit fuels God's mission in redeeming our world, His Word shows us how and why we get to be apart of it.
One thing is true about all of us: we share parts of our lives intentionally and unintentionally with others. But is what we’re sharing making other's lives better or worse?
This week, we will begin our series with the end in mind by looking at the book of Revelations. We will explore a beautiful picture of people from every color, class, and culture worshipping together at the throne of God. We must keep this God-given picture in mind when we pray the way Jesus instructed: "Let your Kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven." Join us as we begin to unpack what it looks like to be a diverse and grace-filled people, reflective of the very heart of God.
There is a cost to everything in life. Loving your neighbor like you love yourself will cost you, too. But how much? Check out Sunday's message and join us as we continue to unpack what it looks like to be a diverse and grace-filled people, reflective of the very heart of God.
This weekend, we honor our country's heroes for their sacrificial service. As we recognize our veterans, we will unpack the ways that Gracism invites us to honor the lowliest in our society, as well. Check out Sunday's message and join us as we learn how we can glorify God by honoring one another.
This week, we'll take a look at King David's example of extravagant grace and learn what it means to consider others like a true Gracist.
What can we learn about worship from the three wise men that came bearing gifts for Jesus? Check out Sunday's message to find out more!
This week, East Lakers big and small joined together in worship for a special family service and a look ahead to 2020.
In a day where we follow everyone from fitness experts, pop culture icons, politicians, and food bloggers, Jesus invites us to follow Him, too. But what does He offer that all the others can’t and don’t? Check out Sunday's message to find out.
If Jesus lived in South Carolina, what would He observe in our culture, way of thinking, living, and serving? Would he say, “Bless your heart?" Check out Sunday's message to hear the first message of our new series exploring the Beatitudes.
Peacemaking has become more popular than the clarion call to believers to be peacemakers. As our nation continues to show more signs of disunity than unity, let's unpack what it means for us to be the peacemakers Jesus said are Blessed.
Jesus says we are blessed when we are persecuted, but the line to check that out is always short, and volunteers are few. What is it, about following Him that garners His encouragement for the persecuted? Come check out the why and be encouraged for the week!