Today we celebrate the baptism of several individuals and sharing the praises from the body.
I think people tend to react to life in one of two ways: we either try to make things more complicated than they are or we try to make things easier than they are. Today’s sermon is going to speak to both types of people as we see how uncomplicated it is to live for […]
The Apostle Paul wrote the most books in the New Testament. He also wrote the longest sentence which is found in Ephesians 1:3-14 and has a 257 word count. In humorous contrast and using less than 80 Greek words, the Apostle Paul in Romans 12 teaches us all we need to know about how to […]
What do you do when you’ve been wronged, cheated, or treated unjustly? In other words, as someone who desires to be a mature follower of Jesus Christ, what do you do when someone sins against you? The answers may not be easy but these are the questions Paul addresses in the passage we are studying […]
We’ve been studying the “Cliffs notes” on love for a couple of weeks now. While each study has been challenging, today’s is the most challenging to me. It made me think, “Ouch!” Today, we’re going to discuss how we should love someone who has wronged us.
The Apostle Paul wrote the most books in the New Testament. He also wrote the longest sentence which is found in Ephesians 1:3-14 and has a 257-word count. In humorous contrast and using less than 80 Greek words, the Apostle Paul in Romans 12 teaches us all we need to know about how to live […]
This week’s sermon will address two of the core issues that impact all of us as we grow to Christian maturity: pride and/or low self-esteem. Both of these issues can and do have a negative impact on our ability to fulfill God’s plan for us which means all of us need to be honest with […]
The first 11 chapters of Romans has taught us some amazing theology but now we’re about to switch gears and be challenged by what God wants us to do as a result of this new knowledge. In essence, we’re hitting the “So What” section of the book of Romans and it WILL challenge us!
I believe there are times when we make choices that Satan thinks is going to stop, or at least hinder, God. But God always has a plan to use our choices for His glory (which must frustrate Satan beyond belief). This is illustrated in a powerful way in Romans 11 as Paul describes what God […]
Paul asks two questions in Romans 11: “Has God rejected His people?” (11:1), and “Did they stumble in order to fall [beyond recovery]?” (11:11). Today’s message will address the first of these two questions and will remind us of the heart of God and the depth of His mercy.