No marriage is neutral. You’re either growing together or you’re drifting apart. In Matthew 5:31-32, Jesus addresses a subject that will affect us all in some way, shape, or form. The subject of Marriage and Divorce.
In this sermon, we continue walking through the sermon on the mount as Jesus tackles a subject that has become a multi-billion dollar industry in America… the problem of lust. What is it? Why is it so dangerous? Join us as we talk about “Dangerous Desires”.
Of all the destructive forces on the planet, very few are as destructive as an angry spirit. In today’s sermon on Matthew 5:21-26, we’ll look at “The Danger Of Anger” and how to avoid it.
In this 3rd sermon in our Convergence Series, we’ll take a look at the hinge upon which the entire sermon on the mount turns… the hinge of declared righteousness… or life’s most important equation.
What does the Law of Inversion teach us about life? What does the Law of Inversion teach us about eternal life? In this sermon, we take a look at the beatitudes and what life would look like if we looked at it from the end to its beginning. Turn it around and upside down!
As we wrap up our 2018 Advent series, Stealing Christmas, we look at 5 ways to spoil Christmas through the lens of King Herod.
He was born into slavery, violence, and was separated from his parents as a child, yet Frederick Douglass became a great leader of the abolitionist movement, an accomplished author, and an outstanding orator. He couldn’t get a job in physics for two years after graduation, yet Einstein became a Nobel Prize winning physicist for developing…
As Jesus turns and makes His final approach to Jerusalem, He encounters a rich young ruler and a blind beggar. In between the encounters, Jesus makes His final passion prophecy in the presence of His disciples. In this final passion prophecy, Jesus takes the opportunity to teach the disciples the eternal significance of what He…
Far too often our worries rob us of our worship. In this sermon on 1 Peter 4:12-19, we are going to look at five reasons we should choose worship over worry.
No one likes to be detoured. Roadblocks hinder us from reaching our destination efficiently. As we look at 1 Peter 2:13-17, we examine our role as dual citizens. This world is not our eternal home but it is our temporal home. When Peter tells us to submit to authority, does he mean total submission to…