The sole source of genuine Christian faith is found in the 66 Books of the Holy Bible. Any other location immediately tells us we don’t have the right faith yet. We must not put our time, effort, and money (i.e. our lives) in something that does not come from the Bible.
In other words, if we can’t read about our Church in the Bible, then our Church isn’t the church Jesus built (Mt. 16:18-19).
HEARD SEEN TOUCHED
In this sermon we proclaim the instruction found in 1st John chapter one. The Word of God is our Light and Life. We must continue to live by the wisdom therein.
KINGDOM OF GOD
In this sermon we explore the investigational proofs declaring the kingdom of God on earth.
We can know it to be true. We can find comfort and healing.
Jesus is with us at this moment as King of His kingdom.
We must reject all falsehood and embrace the reality which sets us free.
We urge you to come learn with us and be added to the location God predestined.
Only within the designated assembly can forgiveness and hope be found.
"Seek ye first" (Mt. 6:33).
Journey with us as we explore the recorded history of a man named Simon.
An individual with a following, very similar to many in our age.
And how the power of the gospel can change hearts towards Christ.
FLOWERS CAN GROW THROUGH CONCRETE
David & Bathsheba. Christians during the age Peter wrote. We, today.
Can repent and be blessed even amidst all sorts of trial and temptation.
A GOSPEL CAROL
In this sermon, we explore the inspired account of Paul's conversion in Acts 9. And how God chose to intervene both providentially and miraculously in the life of this man.
Two kinds of builders in life. The wise. And the fools. The challenge is set forth. Which congregation do you belong to? One will hear and do. The other will hear and NOT do. One builds for nothing. The other builds for good. Journey with us in this sermon as we explore witnessed accounts regarding wise and foolish builders.
LOVE NEVER FAILS
In today's sermon, we examine love.
The kind of love Paul was writing to his fellow saints in Corinth.
The kind of love we Christians need to learn and practice.
The kind Jesus spoke and shown humanity.
DISCIPLINE - STABILITY - GRATITUDE
Paul speaks to his fellow saints in Colossae regarding their need to be vigilant in their unity.
To reject falsehood. To remember their new birth and life in Christ.
COUNT THE COST
Do accountable individuals truly take the time to examine what it means to become a faithful follower? To do the will of God? There is certainly forgiveness of sins. Peace and family. Love and faith. Grace and mercy. All spiritual blessings. Yet for what cost? Journey with us in this sermon as we examine the inner workings of Christian discipline for discipleship. Luke 14:25-35