We all experience trials and troubles during our stay on earth. However, the Good News is we have a friend who takes care of all our needs. Join us as we conclude our Advent sermon series, â€œWhat Child Is This?â€ with the message, â€œOur Help From Heaven.â€
One of the more anxious parts of being a Christian is sharing oneâ€™s faith. Whether it is the fear of being offensive or being rejected, we often look for more subtle ways to witness. However, the world is full of people who need to hear the Gospel and be assured of their eternal reward. Join us as we learn how to get armed and be dangerous for Jesus Christ.
Did you ever think that, like Peter Pan, you never wanted to grow up? Have you ever thought that you were underdeveloped emotionally or even spiritually? What does it mean to grow up fully into spiritual maturity and faith?
As human beings, we seem to be fascinated by the subject of greatness. We talk of greatness in the world of sports. Historians talk of great statesmen, great Presidents. In entertainment, we argue over who are the greatest actors or movies or bands of all time. In our story for today we find Jesus giving His take on the subject of greatness.
More people yearn for one thing more than anything else: inner peace. Without it we have no lasting happiness or security. We long for peace in our world, in the lives of our loved ones, and in our own lives. Jesus said of the Holy Spirit, "He is my peace given to you, my followers, as you live out your days in this broken world following and serving Me."
Ever since Creation, the devil has been throwing temptations along our path in life. Even Jesus was tempted by Satan. In this week's message, "Defeating the Devil", we will look to Jesus to learn how to stand strong against the devil as he threatens us with earthly evilness.
When we say we love something or someone, what do we really mean? Is loving a movie the same as loving a favorite close friend or your child? The Bible says, â€œNow abide faith, hope, and love, but the greatest is love.â€ Letâ€™s talk about its meaning in our message.
Have you ever found yourself saying, Â“I need to make some changes in my life.Â” IÂ’m just not very good at running my life on my own; no one is. We are sinners, and when we try to live life on our own terms, it can lead to disaster. WeÂ’re not very good at fixing it either as we use own willpower, our own strength.
Prayer is a gift given to us from our great God, a privilege. It means we can connect with the Creator of the universe, and it is an important part of our walk with Him. Let's look at an incredible New Testament story that reveals the power of prayer among believers in Christ.
Father's Day is the day many of us honor and remember fathers. Cards, T-shirts, and coffee mugs are being given away to dads all around the world. In our message, Jesus is drawing us a story picture of the world's greatest father in our passage.
Did you know that what we believe about our future controls how we experience our present? We are irreducibly hope-based creatures. What is your outlook on the future these days? Is it hopeful? Is it based on a solid foundation? Today's Bible text is about having a hopeful future.
Max Lucado once said, "God loves you just the way you are, but He refuses to leave you that way." While we can't change human nature, God can change us through His Son, Jesus Christ; Let's learn how He does it.
We all experience second thoughts from time to time. It's not unusual to occasionally doubt our beliefs and decisions. But have you ever had second thoughts about Jesus? Let's learn from a man in our message what we should do when doubting and fear happens.
What is your God story? Dare you believe that if you share it with others, God can help them fall in with Christ too?
Billy Graham once said, "If you were the only person who ever lived in this world, Jesus went to the cross for you, to pay for your sins." You are more loved than you dared hope. How do we know? Just look at the cross. ``