This message looks at the relationship of faith and good works. Are works necessary for salvation or is salvation by grace alone?
In this message we look at the role of the Holy Spirit in God’s plan of redemption as well as in our daily lives.
In this message we look at the doctrine of the Trinity to see exactly what it teaches about God’s nature and what roles the Father, Son and Holy Spirit play in our daily lives. To show how this sort of study is practical, we look at how the practice of prayer is affected by understanding the Trinity.
In this message we look at God’s self-disclosure to Moses in Exodus 33-34. In this narrative God reveals his essential qualities to Moses, giving us one of the clearest, most profound insights into what he is like.
In this message we look at the church’s core purpose for existence, as articulated by Jesus: to make disciples. We look at the reason why we should make disciples and what it looks like in everyday life.
Do I have to go to church to be a Christian? What is the purpose of the church? These and other questions are addressed in this message as we look at what church life is all about.
In this last message on the gospel we look at how God made us new in Christ when we became followers of him–and what impact that might have as we set out to follow Christ.
What is my potential for conquering the sin and adding Christian virtue to my life? This message looks at how the gospel is good news for believers on a daily basis because it promises that God is working in you.
Everything? Does the resurrection of Christ really change everything? In this message we look at the importance the resurrection has in Christianity–and the impact it can have on our lives.
As we see in this message, gospel means “good news.” But what is the good news of the Bible? We look into the life and death of Christ and what it means for us today.