This sermon lays a foundation for how to thrive no matter what may come your way…even when the people and culture around you don’t agree with what you believe. It asks the listener to consider three simple suggestions: When the foundations of society become unstable or unsteady and it’s hard to tell which way is […]
This sermon lays a foundation for how to thrive no matter what may come your way, even when the people and culture around you don’t agree with what you believe. It asks the listener to consider three simple suggestions for when the foundations of society become unstable and unsteady and it’s hard to tell which […]
This sermon explores 3 sources of hope, 3 anchors for the soul, that every believer can count on no matter what happens on their journey toward heaven. Selected Scriptures
Using the story of Peter’s failure…his denial of knowing Jesus… and some of events in Peter’s life following the resurrection this two part sermon answers three questions: What causes our personal failure? What should we do when we fail? What does God do with our failures? Scripture – Selected scripture
Using Solomon’s well-known words about the seasons of life. this sermon looks at facts about life’s seasons and questions to ask in those seasons.
Zechariah’s song paints a beautiful picture of God’s magnificent mercy and how that mercy restores our hope. This sermon considers two powerful spiritual applications that can help all of us this Advent season.
The sermon begins with the three struggles we all have when tragedy strikes our lives. It concludes by using the story of Jacob in Genesis 32 and how to struggle/wrestle with God and be blessed.
This sermon examines what God’s Word says about grief and gives some tools to moving forward past life’s tragedies and losses.
This sermon looks at the first of 5 stages we all can experience when tragedy comes our way and provides biblical insight how to help a friend in shock, how to survive our own tragedy and how to improve our shock resistance.
This sermon examines what the book of Judges as a whole and what chapters 1-2 specifically reveal and can teach us about this 300-400 year period of time between Joshua and Samuel in the history of the children of Israel.