Monthly Message from Pastor Owen

                         (Pastor’s Corner)

Upcoming Sermons


October 2013

“Approved for Gospel Work”

2 Timothy 2:8-15 We get licenses for so many things. How about being a licensed Christian.  

September 2013

“Humility Hall of Fame”

Luke 14:1, 7-14 Jesus is not big on arrogant celebrations, but big on humble humiliation.

July 2013


“Sisterly Rivalry”

Luke 10: 38-42

X’s and O’s

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The Positive Christian

Sermon by Rev. Larry Squire

June 2013

Faith Pitch

Iowa Pastor Dave Clark Sermon: Treasure in Clay Pots

Ankeny Iowa Pastor Dave Clark's final sermon at Ankeny Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Pastor Dave Clark who has been with us for more than five years returns to the original image he used in his first sermon with us. We are all have treasure within us and we need to learn how to see it in ourselves and others.

The Potter’s House

Sermon by Dave Clark on Jeremiah 18:1-8, preached at Ankeny Christian Church and Indianola.


Jonah was given opportunity for protection, reflection and new direction; and so are you.

May 2013

Holy Byproducts

So this week, expect something to come up. Say, “O there it is.” But look—the blessings that God is trying to give you even then are so much bigger than that problem. Your problem looks like a teenie-weenie molehill compared to the mountain of grace, of love, of compassion that God wants to give to you. Indianola Dave Clark

Come Holy Spirit, Come

Where there is God’s spirit, there can be forgiveness and love. Selfish people will be inspired to look beyond their own greed, lazy people will get off their hind ends, the rich and the poor, the young and the old, green city kids in polo shirts and old farmers in bib overalls can all come together and follow the good shepherd. Where there is the Spirit there is life and transformation.

Prepared for Departure

Pastor Dave Clark Iowa sermon: Not as the World Gives

Sometimes we associate peace as the calm after the storm but the kind of peace that Jesus offers is peace right smack dab in the middle of the storm, in the middle of your troubles, in the midst of your problems. And it doesn’t come like a surprise visitor who stays for a moment and vanishes, it comes as a rock knowing that you are looked after, cared for, that even if those waves bash your rock you know that you are loved, forgiven, meant for good in this world, a positive force.