The resurrected Jesus gives his disciples a parting commission to go into all the world and make disciples. This command is neglected by many disciples for many reasons.
As we reflect and celebrate God’s faithfulness in the past, we are to pray for our future while planning to partner with the church to advance the Gospel.
We conclude Jesus’ conversation with the woman at the well and we see the truth that a transformed life seeks to transform lives.
Jesus goes to Samaria and encounters a woman drawing water. Their encounter will begin to open her eyes to who He truly is and how much she needs Him. The same is true for us. Jesus is the Living Water that we need above all …
A drought and famine came across the land. God was going to use it to awaken people to Himself. And He announced the drought through Elijah, His servant, and provided for Elijah’s needs through the duration of the famine. Our world is in our spiritual …
Every Christian must be ready to give a defense, an account, for why they believe the Christian message. In this sermon we will talk about why we must do that, and how we can do that.
Christianity makes exclusive claims about how mankind is to be reconciled to God. Are these claims valid? Do Christians have the right to hold such beliefs? In this sermon, we will explore these questions and more.
Jesus is the true light through which God shines His grace and illuminates our faith.
In this sermon, Pastor Erik talks about the church’s vision to reach people with the gospel of Jesus, but not only for the purpose of seeing them saved, but seeing them experience communion with Jesus.
Our story reveals to us our past grace, present grace, and future grace.
The Galatians are torn. They have heard two different messages about what it means to be a Christian. Paul takes up the pen to set the record straight and to uphold the gospel.
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