I Am: Seven Things Jesus Says About Himself If someone asked you, “Who are you?”, what would you say? Jesus was asked that in many times. He wants us to know who He is, because He wants us to know Him well. Note that He never says “I am […]
The book of John shows us Jesus in the most mind-blowing cosmic way imaginable. This sermon brings out the majesty and glory of Jesus as seen in the first few verses. Prepare to see Him in a new and bigger way.
In this last message of 2018, we’ll find that there is an example of how to approach the next year ahead. It’s found in the life and ministry of Ezra, who chose New Year’s Day to leave on the adventure of his life! We’ll talk together about what made his transition so successful.
This message is all about trees and fruit! And being the kind of people that bear great fruit to the benefit of God’s Kingdom, our families, friends and the world at large. Did you know that God often refers to the trees in the Scriptures?
There are many comparisons we can make in the angel Gabriel’s visit to John the Baptist’s father and Jesus’ mother. But there is a lot to learn in the contrast. Zechariah brought doubt, while Mary brought faith. They both ended up exalting the Lord, but went through different paths to get there. This sermon highlights the differences, and points us to Mary’s direct faith as a model of believing God.
This short sermon, in the season of giving and receiving, focuses on the unexpected call of God on us to receive as a way of giving thanks
This is the last in a series of messages on the healthy Christian, really the healthy human. Today it’s all about a current buzzword: passion. What is passion, what isn’t passion and how do we find true passion in life?
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Today is Orphan Sunday, a celebration held in thousands of Christian churches around the world to remember the orphaned and vulnerable, here in the States and around the world. This message is a challenge to all of us to remember God’s heart for the orphan, solitary and lonely and do our part in reaching out to them. There’s even a specific challenge that God has given Christ Community that I talk about at the end.