From 2 Corinthians 9:6-15. The Apostle Paul claims that God loves those who cheerfully give to others and blesses those who give – sow sparingly, reap sparingly, but sow generously and you will reap generously. What is the connection between cheerful generosity and the blessing of God?
Josiah continues the spring series on the excited, and neglected, book of Daniel. These men’s faith is awe-inspiring, but how God meets them in their faith is even better!
Pastor Bob unpacks the truth that the gifts of God are not give merely for our own personal satisfaction, but for the purpose of serving the Kingdom of God.
Luke 14:25-35. When Jesus called people to follow him, he did not make it easy. Are we really capable of that kind of commitment? As we look forward to a new year, it is a good time for a personal inventory, one that re-evaluates life and discipleship in light of Jesus’ invitation to follow.
Hebrews 8:1-6. A look at the new covenant brought through the blood of Jesus Christ.
From Hebrews 10:9-25.
The fourth Sunday of Advent.
A brief homily on the Light of Advent.
Message from the 2nd Sunday of Advent. Jesus, our Good Shepherd, protects us, guides us, leads us, and carries us when we cannot walk ourselves. Have you made a personal commitment to follow the Good Shepherd? If so, are you living out that commitment?
Acts 19:23-41. This passage reminds us that the gospel is disturbing: It disrupts and radically changes lives and societies. It calls us to costly repentance, requires us to forsake our idols, and exposes societies’ sin.