"encouragement" Tagged Sermons
Join us as we learn what it means to study our bible and the impact that it has in our church and our community.
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.
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.
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.
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.
God has been faithful to use this church in its first 10 years. What are the essentials we must keep doing as we look ahead? How does the mission of Jesus shape our future together?
Fostering and adopting are one of the most beautiful expressions of love. Today we celebrate the ministry of Agape of Central Alabama and our partnership to provide nurturing homes for vulnerable children.
Women have made significant advances in society in the last 100 years, rising to lead business, government, and military positions. Should the church adapt or hold fast to its traditions regarding women? How does scripture speak about their leadership in the ministry of the local church? The answer is a little complicated.
Corinth was a rough place to try and start a church. Paul starts his ministry there in the marketplace. Your career may also be your calling to minister in a difficult environment. Part 14 from Acts 18.
All of us have or will have some heavy burdens. Living in Christian community means we help others with their burdens and we receive help with ours.
Human nature uses people to our own selfish advantages. Jesus flips our natural tendencies upside down and leads by example to show us how community should really function.