If you have ever struggled with the meaning of certain Bible verses or passages, this message should help. Here we look at the principle of reading the Bible in context, and we apply this principle to six different verses to show how it helps.
In this sermon we look at the entire New Testament in one shot, to give you an overview of God’s story as it revolves around the coming of Christ. For those who are new to the Bible, hopefully this will help set the stage for your own Bible reading.
In this message we look at God’s story in the 39 books that make up the Old Testament. Sound impossible? It almost was! But in the end this should give you a good introduction to the Old Testament.
For those who are making a New Year’s resolution to read the Bible, this message is for you! And even if you’re not, you will benefit from this look at the Bible, amazing facts about the Bible, and what Bible reading does for your relationship with Jesus.
This question and answer session covers everything from the unforgivable sin and the “missing years” of Jesus’ life, to the “prosperity gospel” and our church’s goals and dreams are for 2015.
Jesus was God, then he became a man, and didn’t stop being God. This union of deity with humanity was necessary for Jesus to represent us and die in our place for our sins. It’s fascinating to try to wrap your mind around the idea that the eternal God became a little baby. More fascinating what he accomplished for sinful humanity.
Not a very uplifting title to a Christmas sermon, but absolutely necessary for understanding why Jesus became a man and died on the cross for us.
This message looks at the life of Jesus before his birth. Before creation, too. This sermon will hopefully give us a deeper appreciation of who Jesus was as God and what he gave up to become a man and die for us.
Brother Lawrence, a 17th century lay brother, has some amazing insights into experiencing the presence of God. This message looks at the idea of constant prayer at work, and how to seek the presence of God in suffering.
This message, inspired by recent protests and troubles in our country, looks at how the church might seek the good of the city as ambassadors for Christ.