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Ruth 4:13-22 (November 13, 2022)
"As we come to a close in the book of Ruth, we want to look at the overall picture of what has happened here with Naomi and Ruth, how at the beginning we were introduced to a family in complete and utter despair, but who in their bitterness entrusted themselves to the LORD and now have seen His plan of redemption come to fruition in the birth of Ruth and Boaz son Obed."

Ruth 4:1-12 (November 06, 2022)
"In this part of the story of Ruth, we see a picture of our Advocate and our Redeemer, Jesus Christ. Who, just like Boaz, advocates on our behalf with something that we in our own human nature do not possess, that is perfect, sinless, righteousness."

Ruth 3:1-18 (October 30, 2022)
"We rejoice in the provision, protection, and personal fellowship provided to Ruth and Naomi by Boaz but acknowledge the need for the perseverance that can only come by a complete redemption. A redemption that begins taking shape as we enter into chapter three where we see the plan of redemption, the promise of redemption, and persuasion of redemption."

Ruth 2:14-23 (October 23, 2022)
"In the Old Testament kinsmen redeemer, we see this vivid picture of our Redeemer Jesus Christ through whom we have been made and who has the desire and the means of securing our redemption."

Ruth 2:8-13 (October 16, 2022)
"Ruth had left her homeland, people, and family and had sought refuge under the wings of the God of Israel, and Boaz is the practical, tangible expression of that refuge. As we look into these things, we see a profound picture of Jesus Christ who likewise initiates with people in the desire to see them come to fellowship with Him and with those in his household."

Ruth 2:1-7 (October 09, 2022)
Sermon Series

Ruths Covenant and a Bitter Return (October 02, 2022)
"The cross of Christ, the cross we are called to carry in His name, is both Naomi and Mara, it both pleasant and bitter. It is pleasant as the forgiveness of sins for the world, it is where God has said our souls will find rest. But it is also bitter in the reality that this is what sin against the eternal God deserves, His wrath poured out on rebellion, transgress and injustice; we need to grasp that until sin is bitter, Christ will never be sweet."

The Old Nature of Sin and the New Nature in Christ (September 25, 2022)
This Sunday we are joined by guest preacher Zachary Hall who shares with us how faith in Jesus Christ, the message of the gospel, changes our essential nature.

Zachary Hall is a third-year student at Millar College of the Bible and also serves at the Chase campus of Shuswap Community Church.

Seeking a Home by Faith - Ruth 1:6-14 (September 19, 2022)
While from all exterior and visible explanation, returning home is the most logical route to go, and yet in her two daughters-in-law we see two different returns as one does indeed return home, but the other does not. She chooses instead to return with Naomi to a land foreign to her, whose people she does not know and in so doing demonstrates for us a visible picture of what it means to walk by faith and not by sight.

Sorrow Upon Sorrow - Ruth 1:1-5 (September 11, 2022)
What we see as we consider the suffering of Naomi is the sovereign hand of God at work to bring about a great salvation for his people through the birth of King David and David is going to be a shadow of the savior to come: our King, Jesus Christ.

Caring Fellowship & Families (September 04, 2022)
The family in its most basic elements is crawling with theological significance as reflections of Gods character, nature, and plan of redemption.

Compassionate Service (August 28, 2022)
...each one of us who has believed in Christ has received a gift in the Holy Spirit, and that gift is not primarily for the purpose of building up the individual but is for the purpose of building up the Body of Christ; the gift is for the purpose of serving others.

Courageous Mission (August 21, 2022)
We as a church do not support Gods mission, rather, Gods mission has a church through which He works. Gods mission is the proclamation of his Son Jesus Christ and reconciliation with Him through faith in Him. When we look at the overarching message of the bible, we see that this has been Gods mission since the beginning.

Call to Prayer (August 14, 2022)
We may be able to wrap our heads around the idea of being reconciled with God and having a restored relationship with Him because of Jesus sacrifice on our behalf and his resurrection from the dead in theory, in a transactional sense. The innocent dying for the guilty so that the guilty would be declared innocent in the sight of God. But prayer goes beyond the transactional and into the relational and transformational.

Christ-Centered Worship (August 07, 2022)
Paul usually addresses religiously Jewish people in the synagogues as he goes from town to town, but here in Acts 17:22-31 he addresses a crowd that is profoundly polytheistic. Pauls usual methods of preaching Christ wont be as impactful as they are among the Jewish people, so what is he going to emphasise? What does the Spirit lead him to address first and foremost? Worship

Commitment to the Word of God (July 31, 2022)
As much as creation can declare to us the incredibly awesome power of God, there are things that creation is unable to tell us about who God is, and in the abundance of his mercy, grace, and love, God has spoken in order to reveal his character and his works of salvation.

The Works of God in Regeneration (July 24, 2022)
Sermon given by NSCF church member and former Pastor Mike Lewis

A Progression of Faith (July 17, 2022)
Sermon given by guest preacher Andy deHoog, Executive Pastor of Shuswap Community Church

Personal Relationship with Christ (July 10, 2022)
Sermon from Martin Perren, District Superintendent of the Evangelical Free Church of Canada - Canadian Pacific District

Knowing Jesus Christ and Making Him Known (July 03, 2022)
Sermon on the Purpose of North Shuswap Christian Fellowship from Matthew 22:34-40

The God Sustained Cycle of Selflessness (June 26, 2022)
Philippians Series: Jesus - Others

Rejoicing in the Rest of Jesus (June 19, 2022)
Philippians Sermon Series

Why Don't Christians Obey All the Old Testament Laws? (June 16, 2022)
The law has been nailed to the cross of Christ; He has come to fulfill the law and the prophets (Matthew 5:17). We are no longer under the curse of the law, but at the same time acknowledge that the law is good (1 Timothy 1:8) and that all scripture is God-breathed (2 Timothy 3:16).

Missions Visit from Adult & Teen Challenge BC (June 12, 2022)
"Today the one-time rural preacher is known as the founder of a international drug rehabilitation program called Teen Challenge that has one of the highest success rates anywhere in the world. Since its first center opened in New York in 1960, Teen Challenge has grown to over 1400 locations in 129 countries." (

Missions Visit from Jack Knight of Athletes in Action (June 05, 2022)
"We encourage athletes to think critically about their identity and place within the world of sport. Through the integration of faith, life, and sport we believe each person can experience a victory beyond competition." (

God's Mission, Message and Medicine for the Nations (May 29, 2022)
In Revelation 21-22 we see that the light of Gods glory is not only a light for some nations, but for all nations; that in the final day, the glory of the nations will be on display in worship; and that the tree of life in the midst of the city of God will be for the healing of the nations.

Stand Firm - Stick Together - Support One Another (May 22, 2022)
Philippians 4:1-3

A Call to Imitation in a World of Invention (May 15, 2022)
Philippians 3:17-21

The Church: Non-Perfect People Pressing to the Prize of Christ (May 08, 2022)
Philippians Series

Losing Legalism for the Gain of Christ (May 01, 2022)
Legalism is a thief of joy in the Lord. It says "do" when Christ has said "it is finished". True joy is found by faith in the knowledge that my ability to stand in the presence of God with confidence is because I stand in Jesus.

Living Illustrations: Epaphroditus (April 24, 2022)
The pattern of love for others laid out by Jesus in Philippians 2 and emphasized in the Easter season is now picked up and demonstrated for us in the person of Epaphroditus. Christ is the victor who has accomplished salvation on behalf of all who believe in his name, but he is also the example by which we walk.

He is Risen! (April 17, 2022)
Easter Series 2022

Son to a Criminal, Criminal to a Son (April 15, 2022)
Easter Series 2022

Holy Week From the Heights of Hope (April 10, 2022)
Easter Series 2022

Living Illustrations: Timothy (April 03, 2022)
Philippians Series

Exchanging Grumbling for Gladness, Serving Others in Christ (March 27, 2022)
"The ongoing call is to keep our eyes focused on that greater salvation that has been won for us by the blood of Jesus Christ and when we believe that God is in control of our salvation we also trust he is also in control of our situation and we have no need to grumble."

Salvation Received in Christ and Worked Out with Others (March 20, 2022)
When love when welcoming and when forgiveness are lacking in our relationships towards one another we have to understand that a part of the reason is that in those moments weve lost sight of the abundant love welcoming and forgiveness which we have received in Christ.

The Supremacy of Jesus Christ in Considering Others (March 14, 2022)
As the Spirit produces His fruits and as we make an effort to have the mind of considering others first by following Jesus ultimate example we must remember this critical addition that Paul made which is 'yours in Christ Jesus.' It is already yours. How is it already yours? It is only through His victory that we can hope to have this mind among ourselves at all.

Barnabas: A Good Man of Encouragement (March 08, 2022)
Barnabas was a good man full of the Holy Spirit and faith he was approachable accessible he allowed for differences of opinions he had an attitude of consistency he had the ability to seek others success and he abounds in generosity.

The Many Joys of Communion with Christ Completed by Community (February 28, 2022)
As we begin Philippians 2 we are exhorted by God as he speaks through Paul to make His joy complete by living in unity in demonstrations of the sacrificial love which Christ exemplified laying down our own ambitions and considering others as more significant than ourselves and looking to their interests not just ours.

Standing and Striving in Salvation and Suffering (February 20, 2022)
Life as a citizen has its privileges and responsibilities so too does citizenship in the kingdom and the call is to carry ourselves in a manner that is worthy of the Gospel. To live in a way that reflects the forgiveness redemption and reconciliation that we have received in Christ.

The Labor of Love for the Glory of Christ (February 13, 2022)
Through Pauls struggle with life and death he comes out the other side of it with a conviction that he will remain and that his remaining has a purpose it is not simply for the sake of being alive but it is for others.

A Hope for the Future and Reason to Rejoice in Affliction (February 06, 2022)
What kind of deliverance should we be expecting when we experience hardships? Is it a prosperity gospel that says if you pray hard enough youll have a get out jail free card? Paul describes deliverance with a few key ideas shame and honor and life and death.

Loving the Glory of Jesus More Than Your Own (January 30, 2022)
"We are not freed by Christ to pursue our own glory but we are freed from pursuing our own glory and can fully and finally find lasting joy in Christ to the point that it doesnt matter if we are slandered so long as His glory is going forth."

Submission and Civil Disobedience: Where is the Line? (January 27, 2022)
"We are not called to 100% full unquestioning obedience to the governing authority because there are instances where that would mean disobedience to God and at the same time were not called to 100% disobedience to governing authority because that would also mean disobedience to God and what he has established. But where is the line?"

Paying the Cost of Christ for the Sake of Others (January 24, 2022)
The work that God gave Paul to do in speaking the Gospel put him in places we find undesirable i.e. prison none of us would desire to be put into a prison particularly for so unjust a reason as telling people about the love of God displayed in Jesus. Yet as Paul pays this price of proclaiming Christ he can do so with joy because He knows that even in this God is at work in others.

The Fruit of Gospel Participation (January 16, 2022)
"...the foundation of his thanksgiving and his joy in their Gospel partnership does not finally and fully rest on their achievements, but on Christís accomplishment of their faith."

Servants, Saints & Sons and Daughters (January 09, 2022)
Philippians 1:1-2

The Beginning of the Greatest Act of Humility in All of the History of the Universe (December 24, 2021)
Christmas Eve Message

A Less "Massy" Christmas: The Moderated Mass of a Marvelous Message (December 22, 2021)
"As we remember the coming of Christ in the Christ Mass, we recognize that even though the Mass is moderated, the Message is marvellous."

His Name Will Be: Prince of Peace (December 20, 2021)
Advent Series

Attuned to Joy (December 13, 2021)
Our District Superintendent for the Evangelical Free Church of Canada brings the message of Joy from the Word of God

His Name Will Be: Mighty God (December 06, 2021)
Advent Series

His Name Will Be: Wonderful Counselor (November 29, 2021)
This Advent series focuses on the names given to the Promised Child in Isaiah 9:6

Answer Me! (Psalm 13) (November 21, 2021)
Psalms Series

Deliver My Soul! (Psalm 22) (November 14, 2021)
Psalms Series

Forgiven and Forgiving (Matthew 18:21-35) (November 08, 2021)
November 7, 2021

I Will Confess! (Psalm 32) (October 31, 2021)
The Psalms have been a source of comfort and strength for us and for followers of Christ throughout history and weíre going to explore throughout this series how this songbook of the Old Testament continues to provide comfort and strength to us.

Snowmobiling - A Lesson in Discipleship (October 26, 2021)
What does a snowmobiling excursion in the back mountains of British Columbia have to teach us about Jesus' command to go and make disciples? Have a listen and find out.

Hear My Cry! (Psalm 5) (October 24, 2021)
The Psalms have been a source of comfort and strength for us and for followers of Christ throughout history and weíre going to explore throughout this series how this songbook of the Old Testament continues to provide comfort and strength to us.

The Beauty of Letting the Dead Things Go: Eternal Hope in the Changing Seasons of Life (October 19, 2021)
We can let the dead things go because we trust in Godís immutable, unchangeable-ness and the greatness of the Gospel that promises resurrection, eternal life even after death.

Keep Your Servant! (Psalm 19) (October 17, 2021)
The Psalms have been a source of comfort and strength for us and for followers of Christ throughout history and weíre going to explore throughout this series how this songbook of the Old Testament continues to provide comfort and strength to us.

New Dividing Walls: Vaccines, the Church, and Killing the Hostility (October 14, 2021)
Jesus has broken down the dividing wall of hostility that existed between us, let us not rebuild in itís place a dividing wall of any kind. There is no issue that surpasses the peace that Christ purchased with His blood on the cross.

Enter His Gates! (Psalm 100) (October 10, 2021)
The Psalms have been a source of comfort and strength for us and for followers of Christ throughout history and weíre going to explore throughout this series how this songbook of the Old Testament continues to provide comfort and strength to us.

Bonus: The Steadfast Love of God (October 07, 2021)
His love is steadfast, not because we have been so awesome as to earn and keep Godís love, but because of HIS steadfast love. Godís love is abundant, Godís love extends beyond the realms of what we think possible, Godís love is everlasting, His mercies are new every morning because we need it; because we canít perfectly uphold our side of the covenant. Great is thy faithfulness.

Make A Joyful Noise! (Psalm 98) (October 03, 2021)
The Psalms have been a source of comfort and strength for us and for followers of Christ throughout history and weíre going to explore throughout this series how this songbook of the Old Testament continues to provide comfort and strength to us.

Praise the LORD, O My Soul! (Psalm 146) (September 28, 2021)
The Psalms have been a source of comfort and strength for us and for followers of Christ throughout history and weíre going to explore throughout this series how this songbook of the Old Testament continues to provide comfort and strength to us.

The Gospel and the Tabernacle (September 28, 2021)
Peter Mitchell comes from Millar College of the Bible to lead us through the tabernacle and show how all the elements ultimately point to Christ.

Where Does Our Help and Hope Come From? (September 27, 2021)
This is a selection from a sermon on Psalm 146

Eden Undone (September 23, 2021)
This is a selection from our message on John 20:11-18.