Why did God make me this way? What is my purpose? What is my reason for being? And if the Bible says that it's a good purpose, then why do I face so many obstacles in accomplishing it? Click to hear how God has "wired" you in this study of Psalm 139.
Why does God allow sickness and death? What purpose can these things possibly serve? Why did God allow Pharaoh, Goliath, or other wicked men to reign? What's the deal? Well, in Romans 9, Paul answer this question, as he talks about the "potter" and the "clay." Click to listen to this encouraging sermon.
One of our greatest frustrations comes when we don't know what to do, or when what we try to do doesn't pan out. In the same way, the Apostle Paul once tried to go a certain direction, only to be turned away by God. Click above to hear how God re-directed Paul in this story from Acts 16.
What will Heaven be like? The best "eyewitness" to Heaven is the One who rules there. And in John 14, Jesus gives us a wonderful and encouraging glimpse into His heavenly Kingdom. Click to listen to this exciting sermon.
What are you passionate about? For some, it's sports. For others, it's politics. But for the authors of the Psalms, their passion was God. Click to hear this sermon from Psalm 100, which begins with the exhortation to "make a joyful noise!"
When the fool says in his heart, "there is no God," is he right? Is having faith the equivalent of committing "intellectual suicide?" Click to hear this sermon from 1 Corinthians 2:1-5.
How many "gospels" can there be? One? Two? Ten?
In Galatians 1, the Apostle Paul said that "if anyone preaches any other gospel to you than what you have received, let him be accursed." What did he mean?
Click to listen to this study of Paul's words to the Galatians.
Who wrote the Bible? And how was it written? Christians believe that the Bible is God's book. But we need to understand the implications of what words like "inspiration," "inerrancy," and "infallibility" mean. Click to hear this sermon from 2 Peter 1:16-21
God is patient. But He is also just. And God's justice will be served, as the prophet Habakkuk once learned. Click to learn more.