This page contains selected sermons, delivered by our Pastor, during our worship services. To listen to a sermon, click on the link below. Most files are in Windows Media File (WMA) format.
This area will contain messages delivered by our Pastor during worship services in the month of March 2011.
On March 6, 2011, our Pastor delivered a message from the bok of John about the cause of Christ.
On March 13, 2011, our Pastor delivered a message about removing and letting go of things in our lives that do not need to be allowed to accumulate.
On March 20, 2011, our Pastor came to church intending to preach a message from the book of Psalms. Just minutes prior to the worship service, our Pastor had his mind changed by the Holy Spirit and ended up bringing a message from the bok of Nehemiah. The Holy Spirit filled the house and used our Pastor in a marvelous way that resulted in a most spirit filled service, experienced by the entire congregation.
On March 27, 2011, our Pastor delivered a message from the book of Matthew about the ROCK, Jesus Christ. This message uses the letters R.O.C.K. to give four things that Jesus is to Christian people. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 is from Sunday evening.
On April 3, 2011 our Pastor brought a message from the book of Hosea. This message was changed, by God, to a series of 4 messages.
Sunday morning 4-3-11.
Sunday evening 4-10-11
Sunday morning 4-10-11
Sunday evening 4-10-11
On Sunday morning 4-17-11 our Pastor delivered a God-sent message from the first chapter of Isaiah titled Putting Life In Order. At the end of the message, several people came to the altar for prayer including one man who rededicated his life to the Lord. God blessed us intensely in this Holy Spirit filled worship service. Thank God for His marvelous grace and mercy.
On Easter Sunday morning, 04-24-11, we were blessed to have Bro Jack Nave visiting with us for our worship service. Bro Jack brought a message from the book of Matthew on the death, burial and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.
These are worship service messages delivered during the month of May 2011.
On Sunday 5-1-11, our Pastor brought a heaven sent message from the book of Ecclesiastes chapter 9. This message deals with things that all people, regardless of their status, position, life situations and whether saved or lost, have in common with each other. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 from Sunday evening.
On Mother's Day 05-08-11, at a time when much is said about love between mothers and children, our Pastor brought a message about the love between God and His children. The love of God is a multi-faceted love with the greatest being an agape type love that knows no boundaries or limits.
On Sunday 5-15-11, our Pastor brought a message about ensuring that me seek for the right advice when considering decisions in our lives.
On Sunday 5-22-11, our Pastor delivered a message on what it really means to be a christian, saved by the amazing grace of God. Part one is Sunday morning and part two is Sunday evening.
On Sunday 5-29-11, our Pastor shared a message from God's word about our choosing to accept God's plan of salvation and the result of each choice.
On Sunday 6-5-11, our Pastor delivered a message about the mystery of God, which is Jesus Christ. Part one was delivered during the morning worship service and part during the evening service.
On Sunday 6-12-11, our Pastor finished the series on Christ, God's mystery, during the morning worship service. During the evening worship service, he shared scripture from I Peter and the blessings of being a child of God.
On Sunday 6-19-11, Father's Day, our Pastor brought a message from the 23rd Psalm, in which he expounded how David wanted us to get personal with God.
On Sunday 06-26-11, our Pastor shared a message, giving good advice for all people, on closing gaps in relationships in our lives. It is especially important to close the colossal gap between God and man that can only be bridged by being born again. Part 1 is from Sunday morning worship service and part 2 from the evening worship service.
On Sunday 7-3-11, our Pastor brought a message in reference to the Independence Day holiday. Part 1 was delivered on Sunday morning and part 2 was delivered on Sunday evening.
On Sunday 7-10-11, our Pastor shared a message that God had layed on his heart about the difference between being saved and being a Christian. At the end of part 1 on Sunday morning, the Holy Spirit manifested Himself in such a wonderful way. There were people crying all over the church and several people came to the alter to seek God's help in their lives. Part 2 is from Sunday night.
On Sunday 7-17-11, our Pastor delivered a message from the first chapter of Isaiah. Even though it was not intended to be so, this passage of scripture has yielded a series of messages as Isaiah issues some God-sent advice to both the House of Israel as well as Christians of today. In this series we see warnings, and instructions for us to use in living our lives. These warnings and instructions are accompanied by both consequences and rewards for our actions and decisions.
On Sunday 8-7-11 our Pastor shared a message that God had given him, about the importance of today. This message contained uplifting encouragement and instructions from God's word. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and Part 2 is from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 8-14-11 our Pastor had been burdened with a message from the account of the Apostle Paul, when he was on the road to Damascus. The light that appeared to Paul and his tavelling companions, was one that not only got their attention, but it was also a light that carried a most important message to Paul. This is the same light that John introduced in St. John 1, and is the light that brings salvation to us today. Part 1 is Sunday morning and part 2 is Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 08-21-11, our Pastor delivered a heart-stirring message from the book of Matthew, dealing with the questioning of the authority of Jesus, who is the absolute final authority. Part 1 is Sunday morning and part 2 is Sunday evening.
On Sunday 8-28-11, our Pastor was impressed to share with the congregation, a message on soldiers. This message dealt with a comparison between becoming a soldier in the military and becoming a soldier in God's army. Part 1 is Sunday morning and part 2 Sunday evening.
On Sunday 9-4-11, our Pastor brought an uplifting message for all Christians to take courage and rest on the promises that God is still in control and that being on God's side means being on the winning side. Part 1 is Sunday morning and part 2 is Sunday evening.
On Sunday 9-11-11, the 10 year anniversary of the September 11, 2011 attack on the United States, our Pastor was Holy Spirit led to deliver a message about God and the working and the effects of His righteousness. This message points out how that it is only God's righteousness that brings eternal life. Part 1 is Sunday morning and part 2 is Sunday evening.
On Sunday 9-18-11, our Pastor started a series of messages on worshipping God. The message used the scripture from John 4, where a morally bankrupt and morally wounded woman was discussing worship with Jesus. Worship only is done by those who sense a need to worship and truly have a desire to do so. This message is in 4 parts covering Sunday morning and evening on 9-18-11 and Sunday morning and evening 9-25-11.
On Sunday, 10-02-11, our Pastor brought a message from the book of Job. Using the first, second, third, seventh and forty-second chapters, a look at Job's begining and ending was taken. Job went from the pennacle of success to the bottom of despair, and yet he never once turn against God and maintained his faith. Once Job turned his focus from his own problems and started praying for his friends and others, God began to move in Job's plight and Job ended with his family restored and twice the amount of possessions. Part 1 is from the morning service and part 2 is from the evening service.
On Sunday, 10-09-11, we celebrated Homecoming 2011. We had a most wonderful service, blessed by the presence of God's Holy Spirit. During our worship service, people were uplifted, rejoiced, and enjoyed the blessings of God's presence. Our Pastor wwas empressed to bring a message from the book of Isaiah, chapter 43, about a great gathering together of first God's chosen people, the Jews, God's born again believers, and then a final gathering together for judgement. After the worship service, we were treated to a wonderful meal and fellowship in the fellowship hall.
On Sunday, 10-16-11, our Pastor delivered a message on trusting. Using Jeremiah's words, he contrasted the extraordinary difference between trusting in man and trusting in God. This scripture tells us how incredibly foolish it is to trust in man and how it is of the utmost importance to trust in God. Due to a glitch we only have Sunday morning's recording to place on the website.
On Sunday, 10-23-11, our Pastor was led to share with us from the book of Micah, chapter 7. In this passage Micah describes life and how that it often turns bad for us. He tells us to expect things to go wrong, but also how to avoid a large amount of these situations. Micah, also tells us how to handle life when it does go wrong and the correct response. Part one is Sunday morning and part 2 is Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 103011, our Pastor brought a message from the 107th Psalm about looking to the right side, which is God's side, in every situation we face in life. This message showed that when we do, we find life eternal, deliverance and intercession.
On Sunday, 11-06-11, our Pastor, utilizing the Apostle Paul's appeal to Agrippa, shared a message about the crossroads of life that we often face. The first and most important crossroad that we all must face is the decision to accept Christ's atonement for sin. The second is the call for service to all saints. Part 1 is Sunday morning and part 2 is from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 11-13-11, our Pastor was led by the Holy Spirit, to share a message, from the Matthew account of the crucifixion of Jesus, entitled The Man In The Middle. This message was about looking to the man in the middle, for not only eternal life, but also in the midst of all of our trials and troubles. Part 1 is from Sunday morning, in which a young lady came forward and surrendered her life to Jesus Christ. Part 2 is from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 11-20-11, our Pastor shared a message from "ThePreacher" in the last chapter of Ecclesiastes. This chapter is Solomon's warp up and conclusion of an entire book of good "life-living" advice. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 is from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 11-27-11, our Pastor delivered a Thanksgiving message entitled Giving Thanks. God's Spirit placed His seal of approval by manifesting Himself on our congregation. We apologize, but toward the end of the recording, the audio quality becomes very poor, most likely from a battery getting weak.
On Sunday, 12-04-11, after the presentation of a play titled "Where's Christmas", our Pastor delivered a message on salvation. In this message the plan of salvation was expounded and the question of who can be saved was answered from God's word.
On Sunday 12-11-11, our Pastor was led by the Holy Spirit to share a message from Hebrews 9. This message contrasted the Mosaic Law and God's Grace. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 12-18-11, after filling in for our Assistant Pastor, Bob Lane during the Sunday school hour, our Pastor concluded the lesson during the worship service.
On Sunday 01-01-12, our Pastor delivered a message that God had sent to our church about making definitive changes for the upcoming year. This message focused on starting to change the ending of our lives instead of trying to start things over again. This beginning of a new ending can only occur when we turn loose of the past and commit ourselves to God's leadership.
On Sunday, 01-08-12, our Pastor shared a formula, from God's word, for achieving peace in our lives in the midst of a troubled world. Even when we think that peace is unattainable, by following God's plane we can find His peace. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 is from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 01-15-12, our Pastor was led to bring a message from the book of Matthew. On Sunday morning, the Holy Spirit fell on our congregation and our Pastor brought a message totally different than he had anticipated. On Sunday evening our Pastor was allowed by the Holy Spirit to deliver the message using the same scripture as Sunday morning.
On Sunday, 01-22-12, our Pastor, from the book of Lamentations, brought a message on some good things. Even as the Israelites were in obvious disarray and under judgement, because of disobedience, the Prophet zjeremiah reminds us of some good things. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 01-29-12, as Brother Shane Gibson was opening our morning worship service, he was Spirit led to share a personal testimony and some scripture from God's word. During this, the Holy Spirit spred through our congregation and while he is not a preacher, Brother Shane delivered our sermon for the morning service. Our Pastor only made a few comments and then the majority of the church joined at the altar for prayer. On Sunday evening, our Pastor delivered a message about God's time of reconciliation.
On Sunday, 02-05-12, the day of the professional football game between New England and New York, our Pastor was Holy Spirit led to bring us a message out of the book of I Corinthians 9. This inspiring message, sent from God, dealt with five things that Christians need to do in order to win the biggest game of their life, the game called real life, dealing with the eternal destination of the souls of mankind. Part 1 is Sunday morning and part 2 is Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 02-12-12, our Pastor delivered a message using scriptures from both the Old and New Testament. This message addressed strange things, some of which should not exist and others which should exist. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 02-26-12, our Pastor brought a Spirit inspired message about the importance of keeping our lives in the proper focus, and not focused on ourselves. This message profiled people from the Bible who got their lives out of focus and the problems that it brought to them. The message also stressed the importance of ensuring that our focus is upon God. Due to an equipment malfunction, we did not get the recording of part 2 from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 03-04-12, our Pastor shared a message with us from the books of James and II Peter. This message dealt with us, as Christians, becoming the manner of persons that God wishes for us to develop into. Peter, using actual, and practical life experience to exemplify the type of people that God desires us to be. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 03-11-12, our Pastor delivered a message from the writings of the Prophet Joel. This message was about the need to make the turn toward God in every aspect of our lives.
Due to equipment malfunctions, we did not get Sunday evening 03-11-12 or the services on 03-18-12 recorded. God has made it possible for us to replace the recording equipment that malfunctioned.
On Sunday, 03-25-12, our Pastor brought a message from God's word, capturing the Prophet Ezekiel's commissioning as a Watchman over the House of Israel and how that relates to our commission of spreading the Gospel to a lost world. Part 1 is Sunday morning and part 2 is from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 04-01-12, our Pastor was led to share from the Psalmist David, chapter 12, about the failures of mankind and how God uses us in spite of and through our failures. Part 1 is from the morning worship service and part 2 from the evening service.
On Easter Sunday, 04-08-12, our Pastor brought an Easter-themed message from God's word about Jesus' empty tomb and its importance.
On Sunday, 04-15-12, our Pastor, using the account of Job, brought a message about the importance of ensuring that our lives are properly in tune with God's will. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 is from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 04-22-12, our Pastor was led by the Holy Spirit to deliver a message of how that God wants us to be partakers of Jesus Christ. This message also pointed out that if we do not willingly become partakers, we will become partakers of God's chastisement. This message also reflected on the different areas that God wants us to partakers of Christ. Part 1 is from the morning worship and part 2 from the evening worship.
On Sunday morning, 04-29-12, our Pastor brought a message about being true in our relationship with God and our fellowman.
On Sunday 5-6-12, our Pastor shared a message, God placed on his heart, about the phrase "after this". The emphasis is on the immeasurable period of eternity "after this life". Part 1 is Sunday morning and part 2 is Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 05-13-12, Mother's Day, we had long time missionary, to Haiti, Dr. Daylon Hicks and his wife Linda, visiting with us for our morning worship service. Bro Daylon blessed us with some songs and a wonderful message about the most unusual mother, Mary the mother of Jesus. One of the songs Bro Daylon blessed us with was I Would Love to Tell you What I Think of Jesus, done both in English and in the native Haitian language.
On Sunday, 05-20-12, our Pastor was burdened to bring a message based on current events in our country. This message dealt with how far our country has gone in turning its back on God, His word and His laws. Part 1 is Sunday morning and part 2 is Sunday evening.
The message on Sunday, 05-27-12, was one in which our Pastor was Spirit led to expound on the importance to be sure when we make the statement of "I Know". This message explored things about God which we can positively say "I Know". Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 06-03-12, our Pastor delivered, to our church, a message from the books of Job and Acts about the need for us to make definitive commitments in our lives. These commitments are to God and the committing of our soul to God, is only the beginning. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 06-10-12, the message focused on Christians needing to dwell and focus on everything good. The good of everything is God, who He is, What He has done, and what He has for us. Part 1 is Sunday morning and part 2 is from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 06-17-12, Father's Day, our Pastor brought a message from the St Luke account of the Prodical Son, focusing on the father instead of the son. This focus showed that the son, who returned merely for the purpose of finding a source to satisfy his hunger. Instead, he found much more than just food. This father is an example of our Heavenly Father, who is our source.
On Sunday, 06-24-12, our Pastor delivered a message relating our Christian life to that of students in school. This message compared our studying God's word and doing what God wants us to do, to that of students preparing for final exams in school. Our final exam will be when we stand before Jesus Christ and give account of our life in judgment.
On Sunday, 07-01-12, the message compared our life with working a jigsaw puzzle, and how that in order to live a Christ-centered, successful life; we must have all of the pieces in the right position and in the right place. This message pointed out the Biblical position of God, people and animals. Part 1 is Sunday morning and part 2 is Sunday evening.
The message on Sunday, 07-08-12, dealt with two aspects of the question "How Much God"? The first is the question we often find ourselves asking, when we are going through difficulties, testings or troubles, of how much God are we going to have to go through? The second is the question that people are asking when looking at us of how much God are we going to see?
On Sunday, 07-15-12, our Pastor delivered a message dealing with asking us if we are going to be the kind of people who are content with the traditions of yesteryear or if we are going going to be innovative enough to buck tradition and follow God.
On Sunday, 07-22-12, our Pastor brought a message from the book of Ephesians, titled Turning Impossible To Possible, of how that God can accomplish things that we cannot even begin to ask for or even think of. Part one is from Sunday morning and part two is from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 07-29-12, our Pastor was led to share a message from the Book of I Corinthians, and the Apostle Paul's determination for the cause of Jesus Christ. This is part one of two, which continued on Sunday 08-05-12.
On Sunday morning, 08-05-12, our Pastor did not get to bring a message after the Holy Spirit fell at the beginning of worship service. This service consisted of some songs and people testifying about the great things God has done for them. Thanks to God for the wonderful Spirit that filled the whole house. During the evening worship service, our Pastor concluded the message about the Apostle Paul's determination, that was continued from Sunday morning, 07-29-12.
On Sunday morning, 08-12-12, our Pastor, continued to use the Apostle Paul as an example of determination to expound on reasons for us to be dedicated to God. Part 1 is from the morning worship and part 2 from the evening worship.
On Sunday morning, 08-26-12, our Pastor was led to share a message from the Apostle Paul's letter to the Galatians. This message dealt with Christians ensuring that God is leading them in every aspect of their lives. This also relates to our timing needing to match up with God's timing. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 from Sunday evening.
On Sunday morning, just prior to stepping into the pulpit, our Pastor was led by the Holy Spirit, to change the intended morning message. The delivered message used multiple books of the Bible to prove God's promised deliverance from the Great Tribulation that is to come upon the world, after the church is caught away.
On Sunday 09-09-12, our Pastor shared from God's word, the account of the man born blind and healed by Jesus with clay made from His spit. In this account, the man unexplainably received his sight from being obedient to Jesus and then was pressed by the Pharasees and Jews to explain the unexplainable. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 is from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 09-16-12, our Pastor brought a message from the book of I John about God's emphasis on Christian fellowship and our fellowship with the Heavenly Father. This message is from Sunday morning. The message was concluded on Sunday evening, however due to a technical glitch with our recording equipment, we did not get it recorded. The second part of the message was about sin being the reason for fellowship being broken. This message also dealt with the fact that not only is the offender required to ask for forgiveness, but also the offended party is also required to forgive in order for fellowship to be restored.
On Sunday, 09-23-12, our Pastor shared a message from God's word about giving God the glory for everything in our lives. When we do give Him the glory, just as Christ did, we too can have the assurance that He will hear us when we pray and anything we ask according to his will, He will grant.
On Sunday morning, 09-30-12, our Pastor delivered a message from the book of Luke on the happenings of the Prodigal Son. This message focused on things that occur when we set our sights toward home as this young man did.
On Sunday, 10-07-12, the message was from the book of Isaiah and how king Hezekiah was hit by bad news from the old prophet that he was going to die. Hezekiah faced his dilemma and reacted toward it in a most Godly manner by praying to God. His life was not only spared but was lengthened. Just as with Hezekiah, we must also face our "walls" and depend on God for assistance.
On Sunday morning, 10-14-12, our Pastor was led to bring a message from the book of I Samuel about the effects of human limitations and God's ability to overcome those limitations.
On Sunday evening, 10-14-12, after having special singing by Bro Ronnie and Sister Karen Mann, our Pastor brought a short message about how that Christians never have to walk alone, as Christ has promised to never leave or forsake us.
On Sunday, 10-21-12, our Pastor brought a message from I Kings 19, about the prophet Elijah getting into a state of despair and depression because of Jezebel's threats toward his life. This message dealt with how we need God's grace and strength to navigate our joureny through life. Part 1 is from the morning worship and part 2 is from the evening worship.
On Sunday, 10-28-12, our church celebrated our annual homecoming service and luncheon. During this service, after some spirit filled singing and testimonies, our Pastor brought a message from the Genesis account of Abraham offering Isaac as a sacrifice. This message pointed out that not only did God provide a lamb for Abraham to use instead of his son, but God provided the ultimate lamb in the form of His Son, Jesus. The message also showed how that God has promised that He will always provide for us.
On Sunday, 11-04-12, our Pastor was impressed to share a message about nutrition and maintaining good health. This message, from the first chapter of Daniel, dealt with good spiritual health being much more important than physical health. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 11-11-12, our Pastor, using God's word, shared with our church proof that America has turned away from God and His principles. Wit the choices that people are making, contrary to God's word, our country is headed toward a sure and frightening judgment before Almighty God. Due to human error, we did not get the message recorded from Sunday morning. Therefore, the evening message is posted here and it does contain a brief summary from the morning message.
On Sunday, 11-18-12, our Pastor brought a message from the book of Isaiah and detailed the differences between God and man. Part 1 is from Sunday morning and part 2 from Sunday evening.
On Sunday, 11-25-12, our Pastor was led to bring a message about how that Satan had declared war, from the beginning of time, on all that is good and right. This spoke of the different areas that he has declared war and the methods he uses in his attacks and attempts to tear down and destroy, churches, families, children, and Christians. Sunday morning's message was not recorded due to human error. We have taken steps to try and eliminate these type of errors in the future. the recording from Sunday night contains a brief review of Sunday morning's message.
http://www.roadsidebaptist.com/If Only We Would Believe - Part 1.mp3 Near the end of the morning worship service, our recording equipment malfunctioned, causing the CD to eject from the recorder. We lost the last portion of the morning worship service due to this malfunction.
Near the end of both morning and evening worship services, our CD recorder malfunctioned once again, causing us to lose a small portion of the end of the message. We will get this rectified as quickly as possible.
Homecoming service - September 29, 2013
Missionary - Bro Daylon Hicks
On Sunday July 12, 2009, we were priviledged to have Bro Daylon Hicks and his wonderful wife, Lynda visiting with us. Our church has been priviledged to support Bro Daylon for approximately 27 years in his ministry. Bro Daylon shared the Gospel with us and also blessed us with his musical talents. One of the most blessed "sharings" was when Bro Daylon, joined by our Pastor on guitar, played Amazing Grace on a hand saw.