Only two things in this world are eternal—the Word of God and people. It only makes sense to build your life around those things that will last forever.
Text: 1 Thessalonians 2:19-20Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
Jesus is on the side of those who love little children.
Text: Matthew 18:1-6; 19:13-15Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
God is fully satisfied with the work of his Son. Those who come to him find that their sins are forgiven forever.
Text: Romans 3:24-26Sermon Series: The Deeper Meaning of the Cross
How do you become lukewarm? Just do nothing, and that’s what you will become.
Text: Revelation 3:14-22Sermon Series: Email from Jesus (Revelation 2-3)
God bless those who love the children God loves.
Text: Psalm 127-128Sermon Series: Psalms for Today
May God give us preachers with some backbone who won’t back down. God deliver us from politically correct sermons and preachers who preach everything but the Word of God.
Text: 2 Corinthians 4:13-15Sermon Series: Never Give Up! (2 Corinthians)
Who is Jesus Christ? A good man? A great teacher? A revolutionary leader? Or is he the Christ, the Son of the Living God? Your eternal destiny hangs on your answer.
Text: Matthew 16:13-16Sermon Series: What a Christian Believes
“Your kingdom come” is not a passive prayer. If you ever decide to make the kingdom of God the first priority in your life, you may not become a missionary, but you will become fundamentally different from the world around you.
Text: Matthew 6:10Sermon Series: And When You Pray: The Deeper Meaning of The Lord’s Prayer
Christians are both pessimists and optimists, but we are much more optimistic because though we see what is happening in the
Text: Ephesians 5:15-17Sermon Series: Soul Food: Ephesians for the 21st-Century
world around us, we know that Jesus Christ conquered the grave. And because he lives, we too will live.
The life of faith is inherently a life of risk. It is not for those timid souls who want to play it safe all the time. As long as we limit God to what we think he can do, we will never see anything great because our faith remains so small. But once we are willing to suspend our disbelief and renounce our skepticism, then and only then do we become candidates for a miracle.
Text: Luke 7:1-10Sermon Series: Close Encounters with Jesus