Church of the Open Door


Sermons 2018

  • August 12, 2018

    8/12/18: From Aroma of Death to Aroma of Christ; by Dr. Glenn Jago

    by COD

    From Aroma of Death to Aroma of Christ 2 Corinthians 2:14-17 When a person looks in a mirror, there is often a distortion blurring their perception because of pride, false humility, upbringing, or hurt feelings. These attitudes result in pushing the believer into a slump leaving them unable to reflect their identity and conduct supplied […]

  • August 5, 2018

    8/5/18: The Death of Lazarus: by Mark DiBenedetto

    by COD

    8/5/18: The Death of Lazarus “For the Glory of God that you might believe” by Mark DiBenedetto John 11:1-46 Do you believe that Jesus is the Christ the Son of God? Do you believe that Jesus is the Resurrection and the life? Do you live your life that way? In this sermon we walk through […]

  • July 29, 2018

    7/29: From Terror to Confidence: by Dr. Glenn Jago

    by COD

    From Terror to Confidence Romans 8:31-39 For some believers, current relationships are complicated because of painful and hurtful past situations. The pain from those relationships may often lead to a dominating effect on their relationship with God the Father and Jesus Christ. The problem often reveals itself by the believer struggling to trust God, even […]

  • July 22, 2018

    July 22: The Decision to Follow Jesus Christ: by Dr. Glenn Jago

    by COD

    The Decision to Follow Jesus Christ Acts 21:1-17 Jesus Christ provided the transformation of our sinful nature into a new creation in Christ Jesus. He identified the outcome of that new creation by stating, “The good person out of his good treasure brings forth good” (Mt. 12:35). Everything about our life is to be a […]

  • July 15, 2018

    Defending the Church against the Enemy by Dr. Glenn Jago

    by COD

    Defending the Church against the Enemy Acts 20:17-38 The phrase, “We have met the enemy, and he is us,” originated during the War of 1812, is an axiom that gains popularity with each shooting that takes place in public places. Unfortunately, it is also an infamous phrase reflecting church attacks and splits. Paul, Peter, Jude, […]