The tragic story of King Belshazzar provides the backdrop for this message on how to learn from those who have gone before us. Scripture – Daniel 5
Success can ruin a person as easily as suffering or difficulty. Using the story of King Nebuchadnezzar this sermon builds on the previous week and answers two more questions: What are the steps to recovery…after you’ve failed? AND What are the truths about God that stabilize my life when I’m experiencing success or suffering? Scripture: […]
Success can ruin a person as easily as suffering or difficulty. Using the story of King Nebuchadnezzar this sermon answers the question, “What Gets People Into Trouble When They Are Succeeding In Life?” Scripture – Daniel 4
This sermon looks at the second test Daniel faced in Babylonia. In this sermon Daniel models for us what to do when you’re pressured to conform to something you know isn’t right. Daniel’s story reveals several character qualities God looks for in us and how to make a case to authority. Scripture – Daniel 1:8-19
This sermon examines the value of listening to the voice of God’s Spirit as you face decisions, and then trusting God with the outcomes of those decisions. Scripture – I Samuel 24:1-15
Using the story of Joseph this sermon asks and answers the question, “What story do I want to tell with my life?” Scripture – Genesis 39:6-10
When defining moments arrive in our life we often don’t realize what hangs in the balance [ramifications and significance]. This sermon looks at decision-making and a question we all must ask/answer correctly if we want to make the right decision…the God-honoring decision. Scripture – Jeremiah 17:9
As Samson’s hair slowly grows back…slowly his heart returns to God. This sermon examines how God redeemed Samson’s sin for his kingdom purposes…the destruction of the Philistine leaders.
This sermon looks at 4 obstacles Gideon had to overcome in order to finish what God had called him to do as Israel’s judge against the Midianites.
There is an enemy [a threat] to our family reality whose goal is to undo everything God stands for. Peter gives us a three-fold prescription to overcoming Satan’s attacks on God’s great plan for the family.
I Peter 5:5-9