The Bible says to fix our eyes on Jesus… Is faith really something Jesus taught? Does He really want us to live this way? I mean, REALLY? Take a few minutes to look with us a some of the things Jesus said to His disciples about this idea of living by faith in God.
“Fixing our eyes on Jesus, the author… of faith…” Has God ever asked you to leave something behind? Has He ever asked you to go somewhere you’ve never been, or trust Him for things you don’t have and cannot see? It is common for Him to do these things you see, because He is offering…
Life is like a race! Today we are beginning a series of discussions about people who will help and inspire us to run and win.
This sermon, entitled “I Don’t Think There Is A God – If There Is, I Don’t Think He Likes Me,” was presented on 6/2/18 and supports the existence of God and how much he DOES love us.
This sermon, entitled “Walking in Faith and Dependence,” was presented on 5/21/2017.
This sermon, 3rd focusing on the Philippians, is part of the larger “Eyes Wide Open” message series at Lifesong Church. In this message, presented on 2/5/17, Pastor Sam looks at 2 times when Paul says that bad can be good.
This sermon, presented on 1/29/17, continues our series on the Philippians and living with our eyes wide open. It is about Paul and the prayer that no one expected.
This sermon, presented on 1/15/17, focuses on the start of the Philippian church. We know that God calls us to be obedient to His will, but as we read about Paul and Silas, we see there is more to the story. God also wants us to wait on Him, worship Him, and be willing to continue to follow His leadership.
This sermon, recorded on September 18, 2016, is 10th in the series “A Man After God’s Own Heart.” In this lesson, Pastor Sam discusses how David encountered tough situations at different times in life, but God used them to bring about His glory. God can use us during those times when we are weak to show His strength and power.
This sermon, first presented on September 11, 2016, is 9th in the series “A Man After God’s Own Heart.” In the lesson, Pastor Sam delves into David’s life to show the way that God is both just and merciful. Grace is costly, but Jesus paid the price for those sins through His death on the cross. Will we embrace this gift?