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What are the important things in your life? How often do you put God’s Word first? It can feel like something can go to the back burner. Listen to this sermon based on Luke 10 where Jesus reminds a woman who wanted to serve him that the best way to serve is to listen to …
What excuse do you offer to God to defend your failure? A man thought he loved God and didn’t need to love all people. Jesus, through a famous parable, removes the excuses and directs us to him alone. Listen to this sermon based on Luke 10:25-37.
God calls you to be a steward with all your possessions: your life, your time, your talents, your treasure. He wants you to operate in contentment, generosity, and trust in him. All this comes from the generosity that our God has given to us in Jesus Christ. Listen to this sermon based on Philippians 4:10-20.
Distractions are everywhere. Advertisements, notifications, work, and relaxation all want your attention. Jesus wants your attention, too. He shows you what it looks like to follow him. Listen to this sermon based on Luke 9.
What do you say about Jesus? If someone were to ask you that question, how would you respond? Listen to this sermon based on Luke 9 to find answers and comfort in your Savior Jesus.
King David committed adultery with Bathsheba. He murdered her husband and tried to cover his sins up. God sent a prophet to confront David’s sin. Through this account God teaches us what it means to live in repentance: Confessing sin, trusting forgiveness. Listen to this sermon based on 2 Samuel 11:26-12:10, 13-15.
What do you know about life or death? For most of us, death is scary. We want to avoid it at all costs. As Christians, we know that our death is not the end. We have heaven waiting. The Apostle Paul teaches us how Christ changes our view of life and of death. Listen to …
God gave to Joshua an interesting battle plan. March around the city and shout. Joshua took God at his Word and won because the Battle is the Lord’s. God gives you interesting instructions, but take him at his Word because the battle is the Lord’s.
God is Triune – three persons but one God. We can’t understand this truth, but God’s Word tells us so. Jesus tells his disciples this same truth and shows them what it means for their life.