What happens when the perfect will of God the Father is accomplished by the perfect obedience of God the Son? In Christ we see the life changing power of God at work to accomplish the will of God. What does that mean for us? What should that look like in our life?
In this sermon we look at one of the great passages of scripture about salvation. Paul wastes no words explaining the details of salvation and the reasons why all those who follow Christ should joyfully worship God.
A simple prayer of King David, during a time of celebration, can teach us so much about the effect that the GOSPEL can have on those who are born again.
The Gospel changes everything. For parents, the Gospel places on us a calling to leverage our example, teaching, and discipline for the sake of our children’s eternity.
There is an obvious difference in saying we value Christ and sacrificing because we value Christ.
As the public debate between Jesus and the religious leaders comes to a climax, Jesus is asked His thoughts on the ultimate question of the day – “What is the greatest commandment?”. His response was familiar, yet shocking. This sermon looks at the interaction and offers a few lessons for us today.
This miracle of destruction has intrigued many. In this message, we take a look into the strong teaching of this illustration to see a strong warning against a life of hypocrisy.
As the Pharisees again try to trap Jesus with a difficult question about divorce, you might be surprised by His answer and in the process learn how God’s view of marriage stands in stark contrast to the that of the world in which we live.
In this passage Mark records for the reader something that Jesus has never done before – a two-part healing. In this sermon we talk about the possible meanings of this and how it may apply to our life.