This second message in a series called “Pick Your Battles” is an introduction to the war that’s going on all around us and what we need to do to be effective in our battles. It covers a rather short but powerful example of the principle of “Standing” in the specific battlegrounds of life.
This begins a four part message series called “Destinations”. Today’s message has a simple but powerful principle attached to it. If you catch it and actually follow it, great destinations will follow. Our direction, not our intentions, determines our destination.
This message is all about the relationship between what God says and does and what we do as humans. It comes from a somewhat unknown story in the Old Testament concerning a prophet, a king and archery. From it we discover that unless we do our part the will of God will not become a reality
Today is Easter, Resurrection Sunday! The whole day has an exclamation point attached because it is the day that is so central to all we believe about Jesus. But how do we know that the story and the event were true? Is there evidence? And if the evidence shows His story to be reality, what does it mean for you?
The horror of abortion, beyond the murdering of innocents, has brought judgment, confusion, and great sadness to our land. This sermon digs into what is going on behind the curtain spiritually and socially, and points to the only way out–the sacrifice of Christ applied to our lives, our state, and our nation.
Today we’ll discuss the topic of change. Is change a good thing? Depends on who you ask! When we look through the Scriptures we discover that when Jesus is involved in a situation things are about to change. For the better, by the way. In our text, John 9, we discover three powerful truths about change
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?
The healthy Christian has something that keeps them afloat when trials or troubles come. It’s a life giving structure. Some feel that Christian freedom means that there should be no guides and no rules. That’s just not the case! Of course, there’s another side to this coin too. There can be traditions that hold us captive. This message deals with both sides of that balance.
We’re in a series of messages called “The Healthy Christian” and today we’ll tackle the subject of releasing others into their destiny. Should our mature selves be looking out for ourselves only or should we be looking out for others to release.