Sermons on Jesus

Sermons on Jesus

Lord of Me

“You say one thing but do another.” In a penetrating question, Jesus asks his followers why this is true of them. By hearing the question for ourselves we can aim for better alignment between our beliefs and obedience.

Hope is Here

In Pastor Wes’s return. We open up the book of 1 Peter. This is a powerful message on Easter Sunday learning about how Jesus is a living hope in our lives.

What ABOUT ME?

Bret Devine gives a compelling message about the reward of following Jesus. We learn today how it is not about us and not about what we get.

It’s A Must

Buddy Bell gives a compelling sermon about dying to self. He teaches on how that “it’s a must” to die to self to receive the promises of God.

Just As God Promised

As Executive Director of Mission Alive, a church planting ministry, Tod Vogt, was in on the planning of Redland Hills from the very beginning.  He was in town on Sunday to celebrate the church’s 10th birthday. 

Set the Perimeter

We welcomed Mark Jackson this week as our speaker. After serving as a high school teacher and coach, Mark served with Fellowship of Christian Athletes for 13 years. Most recently he was an associate pastor at Mulder Church here in Redland and loves this community. 

Growing An Awe-Full Church

We welcomed Dr. John Ed Mathison as our speaker on this day. He is involved with leadership ministries which includes preaching, teaching, conferences and seminars, focusing on training pastors and lay persons to be leaders impacting the world for Jesus Christ and the Kingdom of God.  Listen to the message from Acts 2 on the fellowship of believers.

I Press On

Listen as our guest, Tony Tripi, brings a message of inspiration from the wise men.

His Gospel Is Peace

The word ‘peace’ surrounds us this time of year. It was central to the angel’s announcement of Jesus’ birth. Yet it may feel very elusive in our lives. What were they proclaiming and does it matter?

Good News For Anxious Times

There is a lot to worry about this Christmas. The original participants in the Christmas story had some fears as well. But God actually comes to us in our fears and calls us forward into faith.

Buy The Field

Obeying God usually feels risky. Doing the hard things in faith is an act of defiant hope. Jeremiah shows us what this hope looks like when he buys a field in the middle of a gloomy situation. From Jeremiah 32.

In The Potter’s Hands

God frequently uses illustrations to communicate his heart for us. Jeremiah is commanded to use a rotten belt and a potter’s wheel to help his people understand their spiritual state. They may also help you understand something about your life as well.