The Bible talks about fearing God over 300 times. Does God really want us to fear him? What kind of relationship would that be? This message looks at what it means to fear God, and why that’s a very good thing.
This message looks at the idea of delighting in God while we worship him–and goes so far as to say we must delight in God! And when we look at how awesome God is, and that he is the Creator of all things, including delight and passion, how could we not delight in the one who made all the things that delight?
This message looks at the broader definition of worship: glorifying God in all of life, whether we’re commuting to work, eating, watching football or having sex.
Is worship the singing time during the Sunday service? Is it something more? We come to discover that it is much more! Worship is really what life is about. This message seeks to define worship and give a biblical basis for this definition–and to inspire us to do it.
Note: We strive to have reliable recordings, but there are some frustrating microphone issues in this message. We think we have the mic fixed now.
This message covers the entire birth narrative of Jesus–well, most of it anyway–and asks key questions such as, Why the manger? Why did angels announce the birth of Christ to shepherds? Why did there have to be a God-man and how does it relate to me?
In this message by Daniel Souza we learn how much it cost and how much God loved us to send his Son to die for us.
This message looks at 10 questions about heaven, or rather, eternity. What will heaven be like? Will we sit on clouds playing harps? Will my pet be in heaven? Will there be sports in heaven? Is everyone going to heaven? Etc.
Peter assures his readers that just as God has judged in the past, he will judge the false teachers who creep into the church and lead people away from right teaching (orthodoxy) and right living (orthopraxy). In this message we look at what the sin of Sodom was and why it is relevant to Peter’s message.
In this section of his letter Peter continues to address the problem of false teachers. He reminds his readers that, even though it seems like God is unconcerned, he will judge false teachers and false living. To ground this reminder he cites three incidents of God’s judgment from the past.
The Inquisition? The Salem Witch Trials? When we hear the word “heresy,” that’s what might come to mind. But the Apostle Peter warns us in this chapter that some people will try to teach things in church or Bible studies that are contrary to the Bible. Some will even advocate a lifestyle that does not line up with what God has said in the Bible. Why is this important? How does it relate to us? This message looks at those questions.