John 1:1-14, Hebrews 2:5-15
Two great sermons for Christmas looking at the Incarnation of Christ from two perspectives. The first from The Divine Perspective. Second, The Intersection of Christianity & Culture - Scandal Analysis.
In this sermon we will see that the Christian walks in Truth & Love. First by seeing how John demonstrated that he loved the church in Truth. Second how he exhorts the church to walk in Truth & Love. And finally how deceivers do not walk in Truth & Love.
This summer sermon series will explore a sampling of the "Miracles of Christ". Each Sunday we'll take a look at one account in the many miracles Jesus performed. The introduction begins with the definition of miracles and what constitutes a miracle from a Biblical perspective.
Distancing God in Prayer
In going through the Psalms we see time and time again prayers that were every specific about their needs and what they received from God. But today are we distancing God to much from our reality? Do we leave God a back door out?
Titus 2:11-15, 2 Timothy 1:9-10
In this sermon on grace we are going to see how the grace of God enables us to live godly lives for our future. First see how the grace of God is revealed in an already net yet fashion and secondly we'll see this revelation of God's grace given to us with instruction for our future purpose of redemption and purification.
Historically Easter is followed by a period of 40 days in which Christ appeared to his disciples in his resurrected body until that 40th day He ascended into heaven. This Sermon Series reflects the significance of the “Ascension of Jesus Christ” to the right hand of the Father. We begin Part 1 looking at the “Exaltation of Christ” which marks the beginning of our restoration.
1 Timothy 2:1-8
What should happen in public worship with regard to requests, prayer, intercession and thanksgiving? Find out the purpose and goal of worship, sharing and praise and how God might be exalted and glorified.
Since we celebrated a baptism service this morning it is a good time for us to examine why we do the things we do and how Baptism is not just a tradition.
The most central event of the Christian faith is the Cross. With Easter approaching we hope you'll enjoy this short sermon series on the Meditations of the Cross. Begin this four part journey with Part 1, Justification based on the atonement of Christ.
An enlightening sermon series on the narrative portions of scripture in the Old Testament. As you listen you'll see the Bible is not just a collection of unrelated stories thrown together at random. Every story advances the narrative of redemption, increases our knowledge of God and teaches us how to live.
John 6:30-40, 48-58
In these passages we see how the Bread of Life Discourse connects with the Lord's Supper. Jesus gives us a foreshadowing of things to come and his words give teaching regarding things that ought to stir our minds and hearts as we partake of communion.