Recent Sermons at North Shore Fellowship

January 2020

GRACE: The Final Frontier

The final installment of the series Uncomplicated Grace. Pastor Raphael speaks about how Grace brings about Hope with the results of Reconciliation with the Father.

Show Grace to One Another

Show Grace to one another. Galatians 6 tells us that if a brother or sister is caught in sin, we who are spiritual should restore them in a spirit of gentleness. What does that look like in real life?

Fruit of the Spirit

Jesus said “You will know them by their fruit.” Pastor Raphael examines the Fruit of the Spirit and what it means to walk in the Spirit.

December 2019

Jesus & Hanukkah

Learn about the Feast of Lights and Dedication. See what it meant to Jesus and what it means to us as well. Pastor Raphael Giglio teaches at North Shore Fellowship – Monmouth County, NJ

Seven Steps Toward Christmas

Pastor Raphael leads us through seven significant points in history in an amazing journey leading up to the birth of the Messiah.

Twelve Days of Christmas – 12 Important Events of Jesus’ birth

Pastor Raphael shares the twelve most important days, (or significant events) in scripture of the Christmas story. The last one is sure to surprise you.

Freedom in Grace

We have freedom from the law, and also freedom in our new life. How do we allow ourselves to not become bound by the law, but also not bound by sin in the process.

Unity or Diversity

Pastor Raphael speaks from Galatians 3 about Paul’s teaching “you are all one in Christ Jesus”. How does that relate to race, diversity and multi-culturalism?

Foolish Galatians – JBF

Pastor Raphael continues the series Uncomplicated Grace, and tells us how Paul taught the “Foolish Galatians” to understand JBF (Justification By Faith).

November 2019

Giving of Thanks

Pastor Raphael teaches about the importance of giving thanks, followed by compelleing testimonies by; Dave & Steph DiPietro, Tony & Sandy Chang, Charlie & Sue Avery, and Len & Laura Guddemi of North Shore Fellowship.

Grace or Good Deeds

Uncomplicated Grace – (A study of Galatians) Neither “keeping the Law, or “doing good deeds” is enough to earn your salvation. It’s only by Grace that we are saved.

Called By Grace

We are saved by grace. We are also called by grace to freely use the gifts that we’ve been given freely.

Uncomplicated Grace

The first in a series of the study of the book of Galatians and what happens when we lose sight of God’s grace in our lives.

October 2019

Love God, Love Others

Bill Higgins talks about the importance of loving others as we live out our love for God.

Healing – What It Is and What It Isn’t

Pastor Raphael discusses the topic of Healing and gives a Biblical perspective on what it means to us in this day.

Believe that He’s the Messiah AND the Son of God

1st John 5:1&5 tells us that we must believe two things about Jesus. They are the same two things that Peter came up with when asked “who do people say I am?” What do YOU belive about Jesus?

A New Commandment: Love Other Christians

Jesus said “they will know you are my disciples by your love for one another. This is why 1st John reminds us how important it is to “Love Other Christians”.

September 2019

Which of us are Children of God?

God makes some of us His children. He gives us the spirit of adoption. Are you chosen, not forsaken? Are you a child of God? Find out in this message by Pastor Raphael.

The Three Sins and how to avoid them

“Finding God’s Love in a Troubled World” continues as we look at 1st John 2 where we see that all that is in the world are; the Lust of the Flesh, Lust of the Eyes and Pride. Pastor Raphael teaches about how we can avoid these things today.

Walk in the Light

“Finding God’s Love in a Troubled World” continues as we look at 1st John 1 and what it means to “Walk in the Light, as He is in the Light”, instead of living in guilt and shame.

Finding God’s Love in a Troubled World

Do you know how much God loves you? If you do, you are able to thrive even in a dark toubled world. If you don’t, you are at a terrible disadvantage. Find out why.

Are you hearing, but not understanding?

The Apostle Paul in his final message in Acts addresses the Jews in Rome, but do these words from Isaiah 6 apply to us as well? … ever hearing but never understanding; … ever seeing but never perceiving.”

August 2019

Sharing Truth to Skeptics

The Apostle Paul went to Athens, the center of Greek culture, philosophy and religion. He effectively shared the truth of Jesus to a city of unbelievers. See how he presented the gospel to a skeptical society.

Time and Preparation

The Apostle Paul waited 17 years before he was commissioned by the leaders in his ministry to the Gentiles. Why? Does it take time, preparation, suffering and perseverance to be mady ready? Find out what that means for you in this compelling message

Persecution to Prosperity

Persecution continues, James is killed, Peter is imprisoned and another James (the 1/2 brother of Jesus) rises to prominence in the church. He gives us wise and inspiring words about how to face and embrace persecution.

Hope of Joy

North Shore Fellowship honors the life of Joy Vanderhoof. Listen to the words and experiences of four people who walked closely with her. See how you can move forward in “joy” even after such a devastating loss