Buffalo Covenant Church

Buffalo Covenant Church is located in Buffalo, Minnesota. As a church we believe the following: The Bible We believe that the Bible, consisting of Old and New Testaments, is the inspired Word of God. It is without error in its original writings. It is the complete revelation of the will of God concerning salvation and all matters of life. (2 Peter 1:21, 2 Timothy 3:16-17) God We believe in one God, the Creator of all things. Yet this God is manifest in three Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. God has limitless knowledge, limitless power, and limitless presence. In His holiness He shares with us His grace and mercy. (Genesis 1:1, Psalm 90:2, Psalm 139:2-4, 7-12, Deuteronomy 6:4) Jesus Christ We believe that Jesus Christ was conceived by the Holy Spirit and was born of Mary who was a virgin. He is both fully God and fully man. He came to die, purchasing our redemption upon the cross, being crucified by Pontius Pilate. He was buried and then arose on the third day, ascended into glory and is now seated at the Father’s right hand interceding for us. (Matthew 1:18, Luke 1:27, John 1:14, John 1:29, Hebrews 7:25) The Holy Spirit We believe the Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity. He glorifies Jesus Christ in all that He does. He convicts the world of sin, bears witness to the power of Jesus Christ, and intercedes on our behalf before the Father in heaven. He indwells, guides and empowers believers so that effective service for Christ can be accomplished. (Acts 5:3-4, John 16:7, John 15:26, Romans 8:26) You may visit our website at:
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Dec 18, 2016

I. A peek into the lives of these shepherds
II. Angels that brought a message of hope and fear
III. The shepherds’ response
IV. The first evangelists of the Christmas message
V. A Christmas Challenge

Dec 4, 2016

I. Joseph: A Willing Husband - Matthew 1:18-25
A. What does the Bible tell us about Joseph?
B. What does the Bible tell us about Joseph’s dilemma?
II. Mary: A Willing Wife - Luke 1:26-38
A. What does the Bible tell us about Mary?
B. What does God share with Mary?
C. What was Mary’s decision?
III. A Christmas Challenge

Nov 20, 2016

I. Jacob’s Early Life
A. He was born as an answer to prayer - Genesis 25:21
B. Jacob had problems even before he was born -
Genesis 25:22-26
C. Jacob traded the invaluable for the valuable -
Genesis 25:29-34
D. Jacob deceives his father to receive the family blessing -
Genesis 27:1-40
II. Jacob: The Fugitive
A. Jacob at Bethel and an encounter with God - Genesis 28:1-22
B. Jacob meets his match in Laban - Genesis 29:1-31:55
III. Jacob: The Broken Man
A. An encounter with Esau - Genesis 32:1-21
B. An encounter with God - Genesis 32:22-31
IV. A Challenge

Nov 13, 2016

I. The Setting of the Story
II. The Challenge Offered - Genesis 22:1-3
III. The Challenge Accepted - Genesis 22:3-5
IV. Questions Asked and Answered - Genesis 22:6-8
V. The Obedience of the Son - Genesis 22:9-11
VI. The Response from God - Genesis 22:12-14
VII. A Portrait of the Cross is Described
VIII. A Challenge

Nov 6, 2016

I.    The Covenant has two focal points
  A. Descendants - Genesis 15:1-5
  B. Land - Genesis 13:14-15 and Genesis 15:18-21
II.   Abraham’s response - Genesis 15:6
III. God’s response
  A. The cutting of a Covenant - Genesis 15:9-12, 17
  B. Circumcision - Genesis 17:9-11
IV.  A Challenge
  A. This is a Covenant based upon God’s grace - alone!
  B. This is an eternal Covenant based upon God’s grace

Oct 30, 2016

I.    Abraham’s Background - Genesis 11:27-32
II.  The Call of Abraham - Genesis 12:1-3
III. But I Don’t Have a Perfect Faith-
IV.  A Challenge

Oct 23, 2016

I. The book of Job - Its Background
II. The Story of Job
A. What was this man - Job 1:1-8
B. The first behind the scenes encounter in heaven - Job 1:6-12
C. The flood of tragedies begin - Job 1:13-22
D. The accusations of his friends and the defense by Job -
Job 3-37
III. So, why is there suffering in the world?
A. Suffering refines our faith - 1 Peter 1:5-7
B. Suffering grows us toward maturity - James 1:2-4
C. Suffering may allow us the opportunity to display the work
of God - John 9:1-3
D. Suffering is a tool God uses to help us to conform to the
image of His Son - Romans 8:28-29
E. Suffering produces within us perseverance and character
- Romans 5:3-5
IV. A Challenge

Oct 16, 2016

I. The Tower of Babel- Genesis 11:1-9
     A. An act of disobedience - Genesis 11:1-2
     B. A leader of this rebellion - Nimrod -
     Genesis 10:8-12
     C. The act of rebellion - Genesis 11:3-4
     D. God’s intervention - Genesis 11:5-8
II. The Table of Nations - Genesis 10
III. A Challenge

Oct 9, 2016

I. Two Fathers
II. The History of Manasseh - 2 Chronicles 33
III. This History of Josiah - 2 Chronicles 34
IV. We Reap What We Sow
V. The Turn Around Generation
VI. Never Too Late

Oct 2, 2016

I. Time Before the Flood - Genesis 6:1-8
II. Noah’s Story - Genesis 6:8-9:28
A. The Prologue to the Story
B. The Story Told
C. The Epilogue to Noah’s Story
III. A Challenge from Noah

Sep 27, 2016

I. The Fall of Adam and Eve - Genesis 3:1-24
     A. The ability to choose came with a warning
     B. The act of rebellion against God.
     C. The progression of the act of rebellion
     D. The consequences of the fall.

II. Cain and Abel: A Brothers’ Story - Genesis 4:1-26

III. A Book of Death - Genesis 5:1-32

IV. A Challenge

Sep 18, 2016

      I.  Adam and the Image of God - Genesis 1:26-28
     II.  Adam and the Theology of Work - Genesis 2:15, 29
     III.  Adam and a Freedom with Restraints - Genesis 2:16-17
     IV.  Adam and His Loneliness - Genesis 2:18, 20-23
     V.  Adam and His Marriage - Genesis 2:24-25
     VI.  A Challenge

Sep 11, 2016

I.   A Brief Introduction to Genesis
II.  The Account of Creation
    A.  There is a beginning to everything except God
    B.  God created everything
    C.  God created in a progressive fashion
    D.  God designed His creation to reproduce themselves in a
    logical fashion
III.  A Challenge

Sep 4, 2016

 I.  Living through and Triumphing Over Our Circumstances - Phil 4:10-13
            A.  Paul expresses his gratitude for the gift that he had been sent
            B.  Paul speaks about his attitude toward material gain
            C.  Paul relates the variety of conditions he had experienced
            D.  Paul shares the secret of contentment

 II.  Sharing Our Resources with Others - Phil 4:14-23
            A.  The Philippians gave more than was expected
            B.  Paul experienced joy when he had received their gift
            C.  Paul related that those who give are as blessed as those who

III.  A Challenge

Aug 28, 2016

 I.  There is to be stability - Philippians 4:1
 II.  There is to be unity - Philippians 4:2-3
III.  There is to be joy - Philippians 4:4-5
IV.  There is to be freedom from worry - Philippians 4:6-9
  V.  A Challenge

Aug 14, 2016

       I.  The Way of Self - Philippians 3:18-19
      II.  The Way of the Cross - Philippians 3:17, 20-21
     III.  A Challenge

Aug 7, 2016

 I.  Dissatisfaction - Philippians 3:12
     II.  Dedication - Philippians 3:13a
     III.  Not Haunted by the Past - Philippians 3:13b
     IV.  Have a Goal - Philippians 3:14
     V.  Keep the Rules - Philippians 3:15-16
     VI.  A Challenge

Jul 31, 2016

 I.  Background
 II.  A Declaration that There is Only One God
III.  A Command to Declare
 IV.  A God to Share with Our Families
  V.  Why is This So Important?
 VI.  A Challenge

Jul 24, 2016

     I.  A Sermon Worth Repeating - Philippians 3:1-4a
     II.  A Man of the Year Award - Philippians 3:4b-6
     III.  Losses that Became Gains - Philippians 3:7-11
     IV.  A Challenge

Jul 17, 2016

  I.  Timothy: God’s Teenager - Philippians 2:19-24
         A.  Timothy had the mind of a servant
         B.  Timothy had the training of a servant
         C.  Timothy experienced the rewards of a servant
  II.  Epaphroditus: God’s Layman - Philippians 2:25-30
          A.  He had a balanced life
          B.  He had a concern for others
          C.  He had risked his life
 III.  A Challenge

Jul 10, 2016

   I.    Purpose to Achieve - Philippians 2:12
  II.    Power to Receive - Philippians 2:13
 III.    A Contrast between the Believer and the Nonbeliever- Philippians 2:14-15
 IV.     Promise to Believers- Philippians 2:16-18
   V.    A Challenge

Jul 3, 2016
  1. Biblical community requires honesty. (2 Thes 2:1-2)


  1. Biblical community models the integrity of the gospel. (2 Thes 2:3-5)


  1. Biblical community models commitment to Jesus' priorities. (2Thes 2:6-12)
Jun 12, 2016

 I.  Christ’s Humility - Philippians 2:5-8
         A.  Jesus did not think of Himself
         B.  Jesus became a servant
         C.  Jesus became a sacrifice
 II.  Christ’s Exaltation - Philippians 2:9-11
          A.  Actions of exaltation
          B.  Results of exaltation
 III.  A Challenge

Jun 5, 2016

1.  “Come follow me . . .”     The first step to being a disciple is to follow Jesus and be in an intimate relationship with him.

2.  “. . . I will make you . . . “    The second step to being a disciple is to allow the Spirit of Christ to transform your heart so that you increasingly become more like Jesus.  

3.  “ . . . fishers of men.”     The final step of being a disciple is to go on mission with Jesus and make disciples . . . of everyone.

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