The birth of Jesus Christ initiated God’s salvific plan to put an end to our spiritual death.
We conclude Jesus’ conversation with the woman at the well and we see the truth that a transformed life seeks to transform lives.
Jesus continues his conversation with the Samaritan woman at the well. The conversation shifts from water to her sin, worship, and his claims as Messiah.
Elijah goes toe-to-toe against the prophets of Baal to see whose God is truly God. Christians and churches today need to be willing to stand for God even when it appears we are standing alone. God loves to move in power when the odds look …
Many believe science disproves Christianity. But the reality is that science is more compatible with the Christian worldview than with the atheist worldview. In this message we show why.
John concludes his Prologue with a beautiful picture of Jesus as the Word who became flesh. His glory – full of grace and truth – has been seen. In this sermon we will explore that glory and pray to see it.
Paul instructs believers to live a life that keeps in step with the Spirit. What does that mean and how do we do it? That’s the subject of this message.
Jesus, who was born in Bethlehem, raised in Nazareth, crucified on a Roman cross and rose on the third day, is the King over all the universe.
Whoever’s approval you seek, will shape the person you’ll be.