Sermons

Be Still: a survey of the plan of God

In a world with so much trouble, it is all the more fascinating to see a theme in Scripture from cover to cover to “be still.” God knew that trouble would come. But he also has always wanted his people to know that he could help us through it. Be Still.

F(l)avorable Deeds a closer look at Laodicea

When John writes to the church in Laodicea, he speaks about their deeds. Regarding their deeds, the message from Christ is that they need to be hot or cold, but not lukewarm. What did this mean to them? What does this mean for us? Please listen to find out.

A Heart Prepared to Praise God

When we remember all that God has done, we realize that he is worthy of our praise and worship. When we remember, we prepare our hearts to praise. In this lesson, we learn this beautiful truth from Psalm 105.

Why Jesus? Part 4 – He Sought me First

We have looked at a few reasons why we should choose Jesus. This morning we are going to bring in a twist; It was actually Jesus who chose us first, which is just another reason to choose him. While we were sinners, he was pursuing us.

Abortion: And the Value of Life

Abortion is one of the most difficult topics to deal with. In this lesson, I attempt to utilize a few biblical principles to see what God thinks about this topic. I also bring to our remembrance that abortion was a moral topic long before it became political.

The Unexpected Freedom

Freedom comes at a cost. We celebrate the fourth of July as our American day of Independence. In this lesson, I also remind us of the freedom given in and through Christ.

Why Jesus? part 3 – The Logic

Part 3 of the “Why Jesus?” series explains that to follow Jesus is a logically sound decision one can make. God tells the people in Isaiah 1:18, “Come now, let us reason together.” God wants us to know that our intellect can and should lead us to him.

Like My Father

Happy Father’s Day. For some, especially myself, you may share many similar features as your father. Jesus also was very much like his father; not because he was forced to, but he chose to be. I want to look at a few reasons Jesus chose to be like his father, and perhaps give some encouragement …

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