Because of Noah’s faith in God, he listened to God’s warnings and built the Ark. Has God called us to build anything? What, and how, are we to build?
Because of Noah’s faith he listened to God’s warnings and adjusted his life accordingly. Has God told us anything about the future? Has He given us any warnings that should redirect our lives?
What do we sometimes forget about love that we see in Jesus? And, how can looking at His example help us live the life of faith? How can it help me endure life’s pain…
Where did Jesus get the name, “The Lamb of God”? What does that name mean? Finally, how does looking to Jesus and the trials He faced help us in life’s sufferings?
Drawing from Acts 16, today we explore what is possible if simple, ordinary Christians follow God’s leadership.
Examining present-day cultural statements is important. God says: “See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deception, according to the tradition of men, according to the elementary principles of the world, rather than according to Christ.” Are men and women really equal? How should we relate to one another?
Dealing with bitterness can be one of life’s most challenging problems. Join us as we explore the book of Ruth in the Bible to see how much help God can provide in these difficult times.
This sermon, entitled “God’s Call – An Alternative to the World’s Call,” is 1st in a series about Abraham and was presented on 2/4/2018.
This sermon, presented 12/10/17, is entitled “Lessons from the Gospels.”
This sermon, presented 12/3/17, is entitled “Lessons from Prophecy.”