Sermon Archive

Sermon Archive

Healthy Believers

1Timothy 3:14-16 There is a major problem when people talk about meeting God or knowing God and yet remaining unchanged over time by God. If the God who is perfect in love, infinite in wisdom and unlimited in power comes to dwell within you, believe me, it will transform your life. You cannot live in vital union and communion with the Creator of the Universe and remain…

Men’s Breakfast Feb 2019

God’s love is perfect. It shows us how to love and be loved. Our fallen nature hinders our way of loving others (1 John 3:1http://www.logos.com/images/Corporate/LibronixLink_dark.png) leaving voids – “dark spots”. Absent of living in the reality of God’s perfect love, we will grow up in the likeness of those who love us imperfectly. The love found in the God of the Gospel…

Dedicated Leadership

1Timothy 3:1-13 We have a leadership crisis in our world today. There is a major disparity between power and character. Those in power are not necessarily up to the task of discharging their responsibilities to the benefit of those they lead because of their lack of character. A church (family/nation/organization) rises or falls upon its leadership (Matt10:24-25)!

Glorious Gospel

1Timothy 1:12-20 Nothing can transform a human heart, heal a wounded soul, fill you with meaning, hope and happiness, turn hatred into love, bring about forgiveness, reconciliation and peace like the Gospel. (Rom1:16) The Gospel is not the ABC’s of the Christian faith but the A to Z. It’s not just the way we become a Christian but also the way we grow as a Christian.…

Doctrine Matters

1Timothy 1:1-11 Jesus said, “I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.” –(Matt16:18) There is not a more exciting, compelling, fulfilling adventure this side of eternity than being a part of a Biblically functioning community that is redeeming, rebuilding and renewing people’s lives. This series will teach us, the church, how to become…

Power

John 1:19-34 Nothing has the power to transform your life like intimacy with God. Intimacy with God is enjoying the riches of God’s Glory (His indescribable greatness and unimaginable goodness). In this text we see some very deep changes in John the Baptist. If that is true about him, though he knows very little about the coming of the Messiah compared to us, even more…

Glory

John 1:14-18 We were created by God, for God, to See, Savor, and Show the Glory of God. Nothing is more life-liberating and soul-satisfying than enjoying the riches of God’s glory. The Glory of God is His Indescribable Greatness and Unimaginable Goodness. God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in Him.