Sermons on The Gospel
Obeying God usually feels risky. Doing the hard things in faith is an act of defiant hope. Jeremiah shows us what this hope looks like when he buys a field in the middle of a gloomy situation. From Jeremiah 32.
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.
In this conclusion to Acts, Paul has an unexpected layover in Malta on the way to Rome. God has a purpose for it. God also has a purpose for the unplanned stops in your life too. Part 20 from Acts 28.
Goodbyes can be hard. It was for Paul as he left Ephesus. But in the goodbye there was an opportunity for ministry we can learn from. Part 16 from Acts 20.
The gospel enters a city of great learning. Paul has the opportunity to share the most important information in the world. Part 15 from Acts 19.
Disruptions are frustrating. But what if God is the one frustrating your plans? Learning to recognize God’s hand in our roadblocks is the key to being redirected to accomplish his purposes. Part 12 from Acts 16.
“Why did God let this happen?” is a common question. While we may never understand the full picture, the stoning of Stephen is a reminder that God is working even in the worst circumstances. Part 6 from Acts 6-8
The first few chapters of Acts look like the perfect church. Fortunately, Luke doesn’t whitewash history. Their struggle is both a warning and encouragement for us. Part 4 from Acts 4-5.
The resurrection of Jesus comes with promises for you. Don’t miss God’s invitation to come alive! From Romans 8.
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.
Where do you go to find safety in the storm? Psalm 27 offers us the way.
What is justice? What is the heart of God? What should be our heart?