A messages from the series “Stand Alone Messages.” How we view God vastly affects how we go about life. We tend to view God as being just like us but with God-like superpowers. But the truth is vastly different and it changes how we go about life. While the sermon is mainly directed to graduating seniors, it is highly relevant to anyone seeking to know and follow Jesus.
A messages from the series “Philippians – Joy in the Gospel.” How do we live between Calvary and the second coming of Jesus Christ? We are to understand that our citizenship is in heaven and we are spiritually united to Jesus and one another.
A messages from the series “Stand Alone Messages.” Unity comes when we are still and at rest with one another and generally requires maturity. Simply knowing what God requires doesn’t make one mature, it’s in the doing that we become mature.
A messages from the series “Stand Alone Messages.” Pastor Micah Labovitch joins us for the first time today as part of the candidating weekend to teach us about contending for the faith based on the book of Jude.
A messages from the series “Holiday Service.” After Jesus rose from the dead, he walked the earth for 40 days and appeared to over 500 people. Then his entire body rose to heaven, proving that he was indeed our Spiritual King and Savior!
A messages from the series “Holiday Service.” There are over 500 witnesses to the resurrected Jesus yet some argue that the resurrection never happened. If we believed that were true, what would it mean for us today on Easter Sunday?
A messages from the series “Holiday Service.” You can believe the historic facts of Jesus on Earth but that won’t bring you salvation. Only those who surrender, trust in, and become spiritually born again will be saved.
A messages from the series “Philippians – Joy in the Gospel.” We mourn those that are not walking with Jesus, knowing that their path is destruction. This is why the apostle Paul is urging the church in Philippi to follow his example as a reminder to where our true citizenship can be found and Who ultimately is in charge of all things.
A messages from the series “Philippians – Joy in the Gospel.” One aspect of spiritual maturity is thinking correctly. Paul was telling the church at Philippi that there were three things they needed to know: who they are not, whose they are, and where they are called. Listen in for the many applications for those who are Christ followers.
A messages from the series “Philippians – Joy in the Gospel.” When you treasure something you take great care of it because you value it so highly. In today’s sermon we’ll explore what treasuring Christ brings about in a believer’s life.