What is a "church elder?" How about a "deacon?" Sometimes people confuse these church offices, or don't understand how they came into being. Click to learn more in this sermon from 1 Peter 5:1-4.
What "hallmarks" should Christians (and the church) be known for? What distinctives should mark our lives and testimony? What sort of legacy should we leave behind?
Click above for a sermon from Acts 2:42-47.
It's not a matter of "if," but "when." A day will come when "we all must stand before the judgment seat of Christ." This is Paul's unequivocal warning to us in 2 Corinthians 5.
But what does this mean? And how should we respond? Click to learn more.
If we are not anchored on Scripture, then we are adrift in a sea of opinions and conjecture. Society should never untether itself from God's word! Nor should society abdicate the "rule of law." Both approaches will turn out badly. Click to hear more in this sermon from Acts 17.
The appeal of evolution isn't about science. It's about autonomy. If God exists, then He's in charge. And people don't like that. Click to learn what's at stake in the debates over creationism, in a sermon from Genesis 1.
What role does our faith play in our jobs or labors? In the latter half of Colossians 3, Paul is talking about the "roles" that God's people have, including those in our vocation or on the homefront. Click to hear this sermon on 'God In The Workplace.'
Can you be confident that you are saved? Can you know for sure? How about other people? Is there any way to assess the spiritual condition or salvation of someone else? Click above to hear this sermon from 1 John 2.
Sometimes, God uses very bad people for very good ends. For example, think of Pharaoh. Or Goliath. Or perhaps Cyrus, the polytheistic ruler of the Persians. Click to hear how God used King Cyrus in this sermon from Isaiah 45.