In our final sermon on the Book of Acts, we look at what does it really mean to be blessed according to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Apostle Paul shares the Gospel and with it gives us some great insights into how we should think about sharing this amazing message with others.
A powerful message on your identity in the Gospel.
Hear the story of a man transformed by a POWERFUL encounter with the Risen Lord!
What motivates you to trust God? A message about how the Joy of salvation, and not fear, should be your greatest motivator to trust and follow Christ.
God calls us to point away from ourselves and to our AMAZING savior!
A powerful message from the Apostle Paul in the Book of Acts to the people of Athens…Christ had to come to us because we were not close enough to Him! This is true even today!
A message about how God’s Word is an amazing tool when in the hands of the Holy Spirit! It can turn the world upside down.
How do you respond to a crisis? A message about the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, through the Gospel, giving us a radically different way to endure a crisis.
How do we love people who drive us crazy?? The gospel is a good place to look! Pastor Paul preaches.
In the heart of all of us lies a void longing to be filled. Hear how the Gospel of Jesus not only fills this void, but erases it.
There are things we normally do to try and fix ourselves and others. What happens when these don’t work? The Gospel of Jesus has a solution to this problem.
A message about what it means to be close to God.
A message about God’s grace. What happens when we try to contain it and when we let God’s grace pour out on the lives around us.
A message that reminds us of what it looks like and what it means to be “bold” in the name of Jesus Christ.
A message about what we are being offered in and through the name of Christ.
A message about the need, the work and the role of the Holy Spirit in saving souls.
A message to encourage us that the same God who did amazing things 2,000 years ago in Jerusalem… is still at work today through the faith of every follower of Christ today.