A message from Psalm 24 and 1 Corinthians 10:23-11:1 about how God’s glory can leads us to loving others and Him in a completely different way.
How God’s credited grace leads us to a better new understanding of love. Psalm 32 & Romans 4:1-8
Hear how Psalm 16 and the sermon of the apostle Peter about Pentecost point us to a great truth about the Gospel of Jesus Christ…Namely, that what you want most in this life, can’t replace what you need most in this life. Psalm 16 and Acts 2:22-28
Psalm 41 and John 13:12-20
What do your fears say about your faith?
“When you allow the Gospel of Christ to remove all the distractions of your heart, you are not left with sound of silence. . . You are left with the shouts of Hosanna!”
“Worship reminds us God is near, even in the storms of life.”
When Jesus says “I AM,” it is climax of all his statements about himself.
“We live in a world where a lot of things promise to nourish us, but only Jesus is the true vine.”
We examined the joy of the resurrection in this Easter Sunday sermon. He is risen!
Jesus said, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.” If you are looking for the way home, come follow Christ!
Jesus is the “Good Shepherd” What does it mean to have a God who would die for you?
Jesus is “the Door.” What does it mean to have Christ as our access point to eternity?
Jesus said, “I am the Light of the World.” What does it mean to have God truly light our steps?
Since Jesus declared, “I am the bread,” then what does it mean for us to be truly satisfied?