Sermons by Wes Gunn (Page 13)
Easter is all about the resurrection. Even today, Jesus invites us into resurrection living.
Anxiety is normal. Left unchecked it can cripple and ultimately rob you of the joy of kingdom living. Jesus had some words to say about not letting anxiety control our thinking.
Jesus has some serious words on lust. Gouge out eyes?!?! How do we live for Jesus in a highly sexualized world? From Matthew 5 & 1 Corinthians 6.
Greed in the lives of others looks really bad. But often we don’t realize it is in our own hearts too. Jesus has some good things to say about our desires that are never satisfied.
Being angry is like being intoxicated. It makes us do things we wouldn’t ordinarily do. So how do we handle our emotions in a godly way?
Pride is so easy to identify in others but much harder to see in ourselves. We explore seven symptoms of pride and how to push it on out of our lives.
Conflict in a marriage is like having a fender bender. But there are some helpful ways God counsels us to avoid a damaging encounter.
Intersections require lots of caution and attention to navigate safely. Communication in marriage is tricky intersection that a lot of people crash in. Here are some helpful ways to be successful.
Merging in traffic is one of the most dangerous parts of driving. Merging two lives in a marriage can be even trickier. God models for us how it is done.
Our lives are about bringing glory to God. Worship is putting first things first. Sometimes our hearts don’t lead us to worship. We’ll explore how worship is bigger than emotions.
Most of us enjoy receiving hospitality but it is much harder to give. Yet hospitality is an essential Christian practice that is about heart, not our house.
As the new year starts, looking back is a helpful way to help us plan ahead. Direction comes from reflection.