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Are you ever hesitant about evangelizing in certain situations? This message draws 3 questions from Jesus to effectively avoid contentious traps, turn the tables on false teachers, and open the door for evangelism.
The apostles were afraid seeing waves fill the boat. From fear, they woke Jesus who calmed the storm. Jesus asked, "Why are you so afraid? Have you no faith?" This message draws from Jesus's miracle and words from this event of calming the storm with application for confronting this stressed world around us with faith. Following Christ always works for good.
The apostle Paul boasted in the Lord. Paul boasted of his weaknesses to glorify God. This message draws more about how such Christian boasting undermines slander and false teaching.
Should repentance intimidate believers? This message draws from the apostle Paul's revelation that repentance is without regret. Godly sorrow produces repentance into salvation without regret. This message draws from 2 Corinthians 7:8-13.
Do you feel prepared to evangelize? Christians are more equipped than they often think. This message is a part of a series of sermons called "Evangelism Notes." This message is an encouragement to evangelize with insights from Acts 17 and Romans 1.
How is the God of the Bible the God of all comfort? What comfort does God give the faithful to hope in Him? This study draws from the apostle Paul's words in 2 Corinthians to establish the foundation of hope that allows Christians to share in suffering and comfort in the hope of God.
What is of first Importance to what Christians believe? What is the original Christian faith? What should Christians really be sharing with the world? This message draws from 1 Corinthians 15 to set the foundation for all Christian beliefs and unity.
What is the most disliked teaching of Jesus? This message draw from 1 Corinthians 6:12-7:9 about the way that Christians must glorify God with their bodies by living holy lives.
In this message, James Sullivan expands from Ephesians 3 about the power of God that all Christians have to so much more than believers often think that they can.
Nathan prophesied evil coming into David's house for his sins. The influence of David as a father was compromised by his sins. The message draws out the devastation in David's house and the humility of David's faithfulness to God.
The Holy Spirit unites Christians in love and truth. Christians must maintain the unity by bearing with one another in love. This message connects the mission of the Spirit with the mission of the church to make disciples.
Endurance produces character. Hannah was a great example of faith in the time of Israel's judgment. She grieved her inability have children. Hannah relied and trusted in God through everything. This message concludes with Hannah's praise of God that is rich in theology.
Israel's heroic king fell to temptation and sinned. King David did evil and despised God's Word. This message draws from David's sins, his repentance, and the consequences.
King Saul pursued David to kill him, yet David respected King Saul as the Lord's anointed. David had occasions to kill Saul and he refrained. David's actions are examples for Christians today to respect the government authorities because God has appointed them. This message expands on respecting the government.
God does not see as man sees. Man looks at the outward appearance, and God looks at the heart. Because of this, God chose the next King of Israel. A shepherd boy demonstrated the heart after the Lord. His faith was bold and confident to face a giant champion. This message reflects on the faith necessary for Christians to act boldly without fear.
Was Jesus really buried? Is Jesus's burial essential to the gospel? Should Christians share Jesus's burial and empty tomb? This message draws from the Gospel of Matthew and also presents archeological evidence for Jesus's empty tomb.
Isaiah 53 is an amazing text prophesying the coming of a Suffering Servant and the good news of His death, burial, and prolonged life. This ancient text predates the rise of Christiany by centuries and is essential to the convincing many of the Christian faith. This message draws from Isaiah 53 to display the good message of the salvation that has come to all nations.
Why do we quit? Why do we struggle to endure? Faith is the assurance of hope for which the faithful are able to continue. That means Christians look to God's promises and they press forward the more that they know God's promises. This message draws from Hebrews 11 to gain from the examples of faithful people who were obedient and hoped for the heavenly country.
What does the Bible mean by "filled with the Holy Spirit"? Are you filled with the Holy Spirit? This message will consider what the Bible teaches about the Spirit living within repentant baptized believers and how believers can recognize the work of the Spirit within and through life.
A close relationship with someone respectable will greatly affect your life, thinking, and behavior. The writer of Hebrews brings believers attention to knowing Christ so that they do not move away from God. The text of Hebrews reveals the greatness of Christ above angels and prophets to how Jesus is equal with God being God. This message teaches the need to focus on Christ and encourages others to do the same everyday, so believers are not led away by the deceitfulness of sin.
Kids Bible Club
Come join us for Bible Club!
Every Wednesday night 7-8 PM, we have Bible lessons, crafts, games, and snacks for grades K-6.