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.
It can be difficult trying to say the right thing in the right way to maximize comprehension. But that shouldn’t stop us from trying. In this sermon, we will begin to understand the message we are called to proclaim to a world that needs to hear it.
It’s never fun getting left behind, but is it possible the church has unintentionally forgotten to include some individuals as the focus of their mission? In this sermon we’ll take a look at what Jesus meant by the phrase “all nations,” and challenge ourselves to leave no one behind!
It’s always nice to receive an invitation to something. It’s REALLY nice to receive an invitation from God himself. In this sermon, we discuss how God invites us to participate in his mission—if you choose to accept it!
In order to fix the problem of sin—along with the pain, suffering, sickness, and death it causes—God commissioned a special agent with a unique set of skills. Scripture not only reveals to us who this special agent is, but also his mission.
Has pain, sickness, suffering, and death always been a part of earthly existence? Or was there a time when these things didn’t exist? The opening pages of scripture give us the answers to these questions. More importantly, it tells us how God responded to the problem.
If I had one sermon to preach it would have to be about the character of God. God is love and from the start this is God’s motive for dealing with the sin problem. If I had only one sermon to preach it must include God’s forgiveness for sin, His justification and sanctification of sinners. […]
Does Jesus even care about the church he established almost 2,000 years ago? The opening chapter of the book of Revelation gives us an amazing glimpse of the resurrected Christ. Even more amazing is what it tells us about Jesus’ relationship to the church.
Jesus invites every person to abandon the control of their life to Him. We all want to do so, but, find it most challenging to actually say “I’m Yours!” Yet, there are those who do discover a “dangerous wonder.” Dangerous – because we are not in control. Wonder – because God leads each of us […]