Have you ever worried about your salvation? The idea of making it or not can leave us paralyzed in our faith. Through Gods word we will explore three ways you can rest assured that Salvation is yours. 1 John 3:19-23
Everyone goes through a wilderness experience. Some survive it and others thrive through it. In this sermon, I explore three principles found in Gods word to not only survive your wilderness but thrive in it. Based on Matthew 4:1-4.
Jesus glorified His Father through the eyes of a blind beggar. It is amazing what a little “spittle and clay” can do when it is mixed by the hands of our Creator. Is there darkness in your life? Jesus is the Remedy.
A mission cannot be without purpose. There must be a goal, an end toward which we are moving. In this sermon we discuss the ultimate goal God has an mind for the mission of his church. This goal is impressive, and it’s fulfillment is certain.
When the going gets tough, the tough get going! Luckily, when it comes to missional adversity, we can rely on solid biblical advice to help us through the difficult times. In this sermon, we unpack how to overcome the challenges we may face when it comes to fulfilling the mission of Jesus.
A faithful servant believes Jesus is coming again. A faithful servant believes that they have been called. A faithful servant believes that they have been equipped for the call. A faithful servant believes God is a good God. A faithful servant believes that being faithful is more important than being successful.
Both machines and biological organisms need a source of energy to function. It’s the way our world works. It shouldn’t surprise us, then, to realize that Christ’s mission requires a source of power. In this sermon, we discover what that power source is, and why it is important.
Jesus became the Son of God so we can be called children of God. The Son of God is a title that Jesus took when He came to this world. He was successful and we became grafted in as His children.