Sermons found for the topic Spiritual Growth
Are You Willing to Wait for God? - Genesis 40
Your Redeemer is on the way. He’s just not working on your schedule. More
Have You Been With Jesus? - Acts 4:13
The world cannot ignore a life truly changed by Christ. More
Time to Get Rid of Your Worries - 1 Peter 5:7
Jesus will carry your backpack as you hike toward heaven. More
Something New Under the Sun: Ancient Wisdom for Contemporary Living - 35. BROKEN HEARTS ON EVERY CORNER
The Undivided Heart - Psalm 86:11
Until you admit you need God’s help, you will be stuck exactly where you are. More
Something New Under the Sun: Ancient Wisdom for Contemporary Living - 33. THOUGHTS FROM THE GRAVEYARD
Something New Under the Sun: Ancient Wisdom for Contemporary Living - 36. THE RARE JEWEL OF CONTENTMENT
The Mystery of Unanswered Prayer - 2 Corinthians 12:7-9
The great question is not, “How can I get my prayers answered?” The great question is, “What will it take to draw me closer to God?” More
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Does Matthews 5 verse 8 really mean that the pure in heart shall literally see God ?
Dear Pastor Pritchard, God does not speak in an audible voice in these times...how do we actually hear from God? Monica
if a person has an addiction to any sin is that and indication that they were never saved?
J.C. Ryle in “A call to prayer” states “I assert confidently that the principal means by which most believers have become great in the church of Christ is the habit of diligent private prayer.” Do you agree with this? If so, what is it about prayer that accomplishes this?
Regarding the passage Luke 9:62. “Jesus replied, “No one who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for service in the kingdom of God.” Would this not apply seemingly to those who stumble or have doubts in their faith, and what was Christ’s message in making this statement?
If someone is in debt, merely because of not receiving a salary whilst starting a company and money comes in. Do you tithe or pay debts?
How do we keep new believers comingto church and growing in the Lord.
Often in conversations you hear “I have the right to...” or “My rights aren’t being acknowledged” etc. When a person becomes a believer do their rights change? Do children of God have rights or are all rights now His alone? Can you provide some verses in regards to this issue. Thanks.
What are the marks in the life of a mature Christian
how to treat the question that the old shepherd and the yougers.
All spirituality flows from a correct
perspective of God, and all
heresy begins with a
misunderstanding of God.