Sermons on Sin
Jesus desires his church to be healthy. Sometimes it knows it is sick and needs help. Other times it thinks it is healthy and in reality it is sick. In these letters to the last 4 churches, Jesus has both a diagnosis and prescription. For a deeper discussion on Revelation 3:10, we encourage you to visit our blog and share your perspective.
Chaplain John Richardson explores the Israelites quick tendency to turn away from the very God who has delivered them. Exodus 32-24
God is not trying to keep you from enjoying things. He wants to keep you from being a slave to things.
Consequences are a form of God’s grace to get our obedience.
None of us likes to experience the consequences of sin. God doesn’t want us to either! Paul offers the Corinthians hope for an escape.
How should a follower of Jesus Christ think about same sex relationships? Through scripture we’ll see how to stand on truth and operate in grace.
We live in a hyper-sexualized culture. How is a Christian suppose to respond? How do we live in a way that honors God with our bodies? Parental discretion advised.
The weight of our sin can seem heavy and unbearable. But the gospel is good news that Jesus took on our sin.
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.