Sermons on Jesus

Sermons on Jesus

What Do We Do With The Old Testament?

More than half of your Bible is called the “old” part. What does that even mean? How do we relate to it? If you want to understand all that Jesus is for us, you’re going to need this part of your Bible.

Never Waste An Opportunity

Under arrest, Paul stands before powerful and corrupt people. He never wastes an opportunity to put in a good word for Jesus. Don’t waste your opportunities either. Part 18 from Acts 24-26.

In Christ Alone

In the earliest days of the church a massive dispute arose over how people were saved. Faith alone? Do we still have to keep the law? Their ability to sort this out meant the gospel would stay good news. Part 11 from Acts 15.

Seeking Bread. Finding Jesus.

Jesus does a big free food giveaway and the crowd grows. But it won’t be free food that keeps them following. A transformation must take place to keep following him. From John 6.

One Way

Jesus makes a big statement about his exclusive nature–he is the way and the truth. What happens when we compromise this truth? From John 14.

The King Above All Kings

The Christmas story includes an insecure king who wanted his name to be great. In the end he becomes a largely forgotten ruler in the shadow of a baby whom we still celebrate as the King above all kings.

Eight Days of Unbelief

Thomas is widely known as “doubting Thomas.”  Yet his doubt was only a brief moment in his extraordinary life.  How does Jesus and the other disciples respond to him?  We need the same treatment in our doubts as well.  

Pay Attention

When we get distracted or lose interest, our attention goes elsewhere.  That’s normal in everyday life, but dangerous when it comes to our faith.  This first installment of our Drift series reminds us to pay attention to our relationship with Jesus. 
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