Sermons by Wes Gunn
We live in a hyper-sexualized culture. How is a Christian suppose to respond? How do we live in a way that honors God with our bodies? Parental discretion advised.
Conflict is inevitable, combat is optional. Keep from destroying the community of believers by following the Pathway to Reconciliation.
As God gives the Spirit to believers, there is an expectation of growth. One place Paul looks for evidence of that growth is our relationships with each other.
God takes “nobodies” and turns them into “somebodies.”
In his opening statement to the church in Corinth, Paul encourages them towards unity. If you focus more on points of disagreement than agreement in your encounters with other believers,, you are weakening the testimony of the cross.
God grows in us what He wants to receive from us.
When we rely on Jesus, we have weapons to fight a troubled heart.
How many times do we push back against the authority of Jesus in our lives? Does His authority translate to obedience?
It is amazing how we can recognize and discern voices. The big question is do we know our shepherd’s voice & follow him?
The way Jesus talked about himself was to compare himself to bread- the very food we need to live. We need to be reminded that it is Jesus- not just his gifts- that we seek.
Easter Sunday. Many of us live in defeat. But the resurrection of Jesus calls us to live out of victory. Because Jesus wins, we win!
Betrayal is always a painful experience. Yet our very salvation we enjoy comes to us through the pain of betrayal.