We can’t look to the past and focus on what others have done for Christ. Nor can we live in the future, thinking about what the
Text: Jonah 3Sermon Series: Outrageous Grace
children of today might do thirty years from now. The only generation we can reach is our own.
God will do whatever it takes to bring us to the place where we remember him. He’ll stop at nothing. Whatever it takes to get us on our knees is good for our spiritual growth.
Text: Jonah 2Sermon Series: Outrageous Grace
If you’ve been running, here is some good news. It is never too late to stop running from God.
Text: Jonah 1:4-17Sermon Series: Outrageous Grace
When we decide to run from the Lord, Satan is happy to provide the transportation.
Text: Jonah 1Sermon Series: Outrageous Grace
When we have nothing, God gives us so much that we have plenty to share with others.
Text: Mark 6:37Sermon Series: Give Them Something to Eat
I am Barabbas. Every man is. Murderer, thief, criminal, insurrectionist, lawbreaker, rioter. Justly imprisoned, rightly condemned, freed from punishment by a substitute who died in my place.
Text: Matthew 27:15-26Sermon Series: Faces Around the Cross
What must I do to go to hell? Here is the shocking answer: Nothing, nothing at all. If you do nothing about your soul, hell is where you will go.
Text: Luke 16:19-31Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
We’ve got connections in heaven. We’ve got a friend at the throne of grace who delights to answer our prayers. Nothing you say will surprise him. Come boldly. Come often. Come to the throne of grace and pour out your heart to God. You will not be turned away.
Text: Hebrews 4:14-16Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
Let’s lift up Jesus as the only hope of the world. And let’s invite the rebels on the other side to put down their weapons and join us in the great celebration of God’s Son, the Anointed One, Our coming King–Jesus Christ!
Text: Psalm 2Sermon Series: Psalms for Today
“When we put our coming glory on the scales of eternity, the passing prosperity of the wicked amounts to nothing at all.”
Text: Psalm 73Sermon Series: Psalms for Today