How do we know what our "purpose" in life is? As created beings, then our design, circumstances, and purpose must flow from our Creator. It cannot be otherwise. Click above to hear more, in this sermon from Psalm 139.
In our day-to-day lives, we face all manner of things that threaten to drown and defeat us. But we don't face them alone!
Click the link to listen to a sermon from Matthew 11:28-30, titled: "Christ's Invitation To The Overwhelmed."
Are we under the "law," or are we under "grace?" You've probably heard someone say that "we're not under the law anymore." What do they mean when they say this? And what does the Bible have to say about the matter?
Click above to hear this sermon from Romans 6:15-18.
What's the point? Given all the hurts and hardships of day-to-day life, what's the point of faithfulness? That was the question of the people in Malachi's day. Click above to listen to this sermon from Malachi 3.
The Bible is not a dusty old relic; it does not require our progressive ideas and theologies. It just needs to be opened, read, and preached for what it is - God's inerrant and divine Word.
Click above for this sermon from 2 Timothy 2:15-19.
Even though we've been born again, our fallen nature is opposed to our new nature, so that "we do not do the things that (we) wish." Click above to learn more about the battle within, in a sermon from Galatians 5:16-24.
At Christmas, even a secular world can find "baby Jesus" to be appealing. Jesus as a child, or a teacher, or a healer, does not cause the world grief. But Jesus as King? Or Jesus the divine? That's a different story.
Click to hear this timely sermon from Isaiah 6:1-8.
What is it to be "kingdom minded?" The church in Philippi had plenty to worry about on their own. However, the Philippians knew that the kingdom of God extended beyond their congregation. Click to hear how the Philippians supported the ministry of the Apostle Paul, in this sermon from Philippians 4:10-19.
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.