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He Is Risen- Jesus, Pandemics, and Eternity

Happy Easter! Pastor Ed Stetzer shares with us the incredible, life-changing hope that can only be found in Jesus. In this sermon, taken from Luke 24, we see that the truth of the resurrection encourages us to praise Jesus, it creates burning hearts for new life, and it compels us to share that message with others.

Three Lessons From Palm Sunday

On Palm Sunday, as Christians across the United States begin Holy Week celebrations in their homes, Pastor Michael Best shares with us three insights from Jesus' arrival in Jerusalem. How does this story help to center on our minds on the truth of the gospel at a time when many of us are feeling confused and afraid? Three lessons from this moment in Jesus' ministry offer us great hope: Jesus is always in control, Jesus is worthy of our praise, and Jesus is motivated by love.

The Three Invitations Of Jesus

Today The Moody Church family voted to call Pastor Philip Miller as our next Senior Pastor. This is his first sermon preached at The Moody Church. In this season of fear and uncertainty, could it be that Jesus is inviting us to go deeper into life with Him? This passage contains three invitations from Jesus: come be with Me; come together and become like Me; and come join Me in the work I am doing. In this moment when the world seems crazy and everything is stripped away, do you hear His call to go deeper and will you draw near in discipleship of Jesus?

Not On Pause, Still On Mission

During these difficult times in our country, it's often easy to succumb to fear. But in this sermon, Pastor Stetzer encourages us to live courageously because of who we are in Christ. Four key points from the message: fear is the opposite of faith; peace is the Christian response; the cross is always our hope and motivation; and we always go because Jesus came to us. Let's remember to "Be The Church" to those around us.

What To Do When You Don't Know What To Do

As Christians all over the United States adjust to the COVID-19 outbreak, many are asking: what should I do when I don't know what to do? In this sermon, Pastor Lutzer offers important lessons from the Old Testament and New Testament about how followers of Jesus should respond to challenging circumstances. We should: pray, not panic; praise, not flee; and proclaim the name of the Lord in all things.

Hearers, Doers, And Growing To Spiritual Maturity

How do we be hearers and does of the Word along the path to spiritual maturity? In this sermon, Pastor Stetzer leads us through four steps that help us grow in our faith: slow down, prepare to receive the Word of God, apply the truth, and consider your heart. Trying to be like Jesus outside of the power of Jesus ultimately dishonors Jesus and discourages you.

Don't Be Decieved

When we experience temptation and trials, how should we respond? It's easy to be deceived about the origin of trials and the path forward to victory. This passage calls us to refocus our minds on what God is teaching us through these experiences. It illuminates three truths that lead to an indomitable spirit in the face of trials.

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