It is important to tackle tough questions within the Bible. Although we will never know everything, we can learn more about God if we carefully seek after Him through Scripture. We can see the nature of God as we asked the questions, what about those …
One of the great theological debates throughout Christian history is the nature of God’s knowledge concerning who will be saved. In this sermon, we will study the subject and seek to understand how to think about these things.
Are there such things as disembodied spirits of people who are left behind after death? Are there ghosts? In this sermon we explore that question, and look at what may be behind much of the supernatural phenomena we see and hear about.
Jesus tells his disciples it is harder for the rich to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. As people who live in the richest country in the world, in the richest era in history, it should cause us to pay attention.
Hell is one of the greatest stumbling blocks to Christians for many people. They can’t understand why or how God could punish people in a place like Hell. In this sermon, we talk why Hell exists.
What happens to those who die in their trespasses and sins? What is the fate of those who never trusted Christ for salvation? This sermon looks at the reality and horrors of Hell.
After the return of Christ, the dead will be raised and the judgment will occur. After this, Jesus will make all things new. What will life forever look like? That is the subject of this week’s message.
One of the greatest anticipations of the early Christians was the return of their Savior. In recent years, most Christians don’t think at all about Jesus’ return or understand its significance. In this message, we will see why that needs to change.
Where we go when we die is not where we spend forever. That sounds strange, but it is what the Bible teaches. In this message we will study where the Bible says we go when we die.
This life is not all there is, yet we often live like it is. Our lives are short, and when they are over, we will face judgment. What we experience after that is determine by what we did before it.
The resurrection of Jesus finalizes our forgiveness and foreshadows our future.
Everyone will experience pain and suffering in this life, but Christians are called to be people who suffer through trials with hope. How do we exhibit that kind of trust and confidence in God through our suffering? Join us as we explore that question in …