Mark 11:12-25 Do you wonder if God cares how much you do for him during your life: Is it enough to believe in God and look forward to an eternal life with him? Or does God expect you to “bear fruit?” This week’s passage compares people who claim to be serving God, but are only […]
2 Corinthians 3:12 – 4:6, Luke 9:28-36 The Transfiguration forever changed the disciples who were with Jesus. They would never be the same after that. There lives would discover transformation. The sermon considers how we too can discover transformation, including avoiding those things in life that can hinder this process.
Psalm 27:11-13 One of the most challenging parts of being a person of faith is the practice of waiting on God. Our world of instantaneous communication and gratification has taught us that waiting is a waste of valuable time. But the Psalmist reminds us that waiting on God, even during times of great conflict and […]
Ecclesiastes 3:9-13 One of the most important aspects of building a godly family involves the use of time. In an increasingly busy world it can be difficult to know how to balance different activities.
Eph. 6:1-4 Second of a three-part series on building strong families. This week we focus on building a level of rapport with your teenage son or daughter. In Ephesians the author emphasizes the importance of a balance in the parent-child relationship. Children must obey their parents, but parents must avoid needlessly stoking their children’s anger […]
Proverbs 13:18-21 The first in a 3-part sermon series on building strong families.
John 1:1-18 How do we go about ordering our lives so that God is actually the priority for us? This story shows John the Baptist acknowledging that even though many people considered him a prophet, his followers needed to put Jesus first in their lives, rather than staying with John. We look at some practical […]