Though Christ’s life, death, resurrection, and ascension Father God was executing a game winning plan. A plan no else, including the devil, even knew about–a plan that enables us to know the outcome of our life. In this resurrection sermon Mark gives us a command to follow and a confidence to hold on to. Scripture […]
This sermon is centered around this big truth: Often times our felt need is not our deepest need and our pressing need is not our primary need and the thing we want the most is not the thing we need the most. Scripture – Mark 2:1-12
This sermon is a continuation of last week. Using Jesus’ parables of the lost sheep, the lost coin and the lost son…this two-part sermon answers three questions: What do I lose when I am “spiritually lost”? How does God’s mercy “save me”? How do I connect with God’s mercy? Scripture – Luke 15:1-24
This sermon answers two questions: When do I need God’s mercy in my life? What happens when I accept it? Scripture – selected
Summary – This examination of the birth of the church reveals that from its very beginning the church was intended to be a movement…not an institution. The message of the church as a movement has always been…Jesus—His life, death, and resurrection.
This sermon examines how Jesus’ encounter with a Samaritan woman changed her life. Jesus overcame several barriers in ministering to her and confronted her with three issues we all face when we encounter Jesus.
In this story of Jesus’ encounter with Nicodemus we learn that power, position, prosperity and pride can get in the way of God’s saving and sanctifying grace work in our lives. To be a Christ-follower we must be born-again!
Easter is all about an invitation to a changed life. This change has to do with your heart and then your mind. A life changed from the inside out. This change involves God’s power, God’s grace, and God’s love.
Believing that Jesus is God’s Son and our Savior is the natural result of following Him. This sermon looks at Paul’s letter to the Christ-followers in Rome that righteousness (a right standing with God) comes through faith in Christ Jesus—not the law.
As good as the “good life” is in this world—there is a better life. This sermon answers the question, “What is the better life Jesus offers?”
II Corinthians 5:15(MSG)