Revelation 5. We all love a good story. A common theme runs through many of the stories we love – redemption. These redemption stories remind us of what Christ did in order to accomplish salvation and redemption for His people. Revelation 5 is about the climax of this story of redemption and the focus is all on Jesus. Why? Because He alone is worthy.
Psalm 32. David is known as hero of the faith, but this hero did some pretty evil things. Much like many of us, David didn’t want anyone including God to know about his failures. So what did he do? He kept it all inside and did whatever it took to keep his sin from being found out. The guilt of his sin caused David extreme pain. We too have sin in our hearts so how can we be free from the guilt and pain of sin? David shows us in this Psalm.
Corinthians 9:19-23. What does it mean to live on mission? We know the mission is to make disciples from Matthew 28, but how do we make that a priority in our lives? Paul shows us in I Corinthians 9 that the mission was the reason for his many sacrifices.
Psalm 42. Spiritual depression might not be talked about among Christians, but it is a major problem in our churches. So many Christians silently struggle with spiritual depression due to being fearful or embarrassed about their emotional state. Yet, David writes about his depression in Psalm 42 and gives us much insight into how a Christian is to battle their spiritual depression.
Jonah 4. Everyone wants to have an impact for Christ, but we cannot reach our community without a heart for the city. In the book of Jonah we see a beautiful example of a heart for the city, although not from the prophet.
Philippians 2:3-4. We all need community. We were created with that deep need to be in relationship with other people. The local church is supposed to be where we can find healthy community. Many churches are far from it though, so how can we help our church be a healthy community?
Romans 12:1-2. All of us want to know what God's will is? Yet, many of us think of His will as lost and in need of being found. Is God's will lost? Or is it right in front of us?
James 1:22-25. There are two types of Bible readers in the world: 1. That that only read the Bible 2. Those who read and do the Bible. James calls us to put our faith into practice by actually living what we read and not being a hypocritical observer of the Word.
James 1:19-21. Do you struggle with anger? Sometimes we can write off anger as just part of our personality, but James teaches us that anger is much more than a character fault, rather it is abominable to God and must be put away from us just as any other sin.
What is so important about Jesus being the Son of God? Everything. I John 5:20-21
We continue our sermon series titled "The Genealogy of God" this time focusing on Jesus as the son Of Adam.
We continue on in the Christmas series "The Genealogy of God" and this week we focus on "Jesus The Son Of Abraham". This shows how Jesus is the fulfillment of the promise God gave to Abraham in Genesis 12:1-3.
We kick off a new Christmas themed series titled "The Genealogy of God" from Luke 3. In this first installment we look at Boaz and Ruth, not only is it a great love story but it is a picture of how Christ is our Kinsman Redeemer.
While James 1:14-15 show us that man's desire is to sin continuously, our text today shows us just how "other" God is because He desires salvation for all sinners. James 1:16-18
Who is responsible for all the pain and suffering in the world and in our lives? It's easy to blame God, but is He responsible? If not, who is to blame? James 1:13-15
What are you living for? As we look to James 1:9-12 we must examine our priorities and ask whether our priorities align with what God desires.
On this reformation Sunday we discuss the importance of this day in particular what was accomplished 500 years ago by men like Martin Luther who taught justification was by faith and faith alone. We are unable to add anything to the salvation that was made possible by Jesus and accessed by us through faith. Text is Romans 5:1-2.
We examine James 1:5-8 and look at the application of wisdom in the context of affliction.
We examine Joshua 4 and challenges us to consider what are the "monuments" in our life where we can testify to God's grace.
We finish the series on " Seven Marks of a Healthy Church" with a sermon titled "Church Unity". The text is taken from 1 Corinthians 1:10.