"encouragement" Tagged Sermons

"encouragement" Tagged Sermons

Why Your Motives Matter

Right actions are important. But Jesus takes it to a whole other level by commanding us to examine our motives. They matter to Jesus and they should matter to us as well. From Matthew 6.

How To Fight A Judgmental Spirit

It is easy to make judgments based on appearances. But Jesus reminds us our assessment can often be wrong. He invites us to a redemptive way of helping others with their struggles only after we’ve considered our own struggles first.

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.

The Power of an Invitation

Who are you going to invite? Todays sermon is on the power of an invitation. Jesus was the greatest inviter of all time. His invite had no preference or criteria of any kind. His invitation had compassion and purpose. Listen now to learn how to apply those things to your invitation.

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.

Compassion in action

Todays message is about compassion and how to show it to our neighbors.Take a journey with us as we learn about how Abraham showed compassion to some traveling strangers and how we can learn to be more compassionate to the people around us.

Feed the Fire

We all have spiritual gifts and it is important to use them for God’s glory. In order to keep the fire burning for Christ we have to develop spiritual disciplines. Satan will try to use fear or other distractions to keep us from fulfilling what God has planned for us. We must keep fueling the fire each day to be used by God.