Sermons on Salvation
Here’s the last thing you need to know if you want to live a focused life; you’ve got to be a church member. No, I’m not talking about making sure your name is added to some list of members in a church. I’m talking about being a true church member…
A focused life requires us, as followers of Jesus, to be about the business of going to our neighbors and sharing the gospel with them.
A life out of focus is a life that is without meaning and purpose. When the people in a church are not focused, the church will also be out of focus. This is the fourth message in this series on how to have a focused life; this week looks at the necessity for followers of Jesus to be joyful!
Being invited to a party can be pretty exciting. Especially when the party is a mega-party, hosted by God. Well, we’ve been invited, and we’ve also been called to participate by delivering more invitations.
Three reasons why we ought to get excited about connecting with those who are in need of the gospel.
A special service with Bro. Joel McGill providing our morning message.
We have been given a chance to change our path when we ask Jesus into our life. The problem is that we are constantly being tempted to go back to the old path…
Life is a journey–it has a beginning, middle and end. We all start with the same beginning, spiritually speaking. We get to choose the middle and end. So, what choice will you make?
We have been the recipients of a wonderful gift–God’s grace! In 2 Corinthians 6, Paul warns his readers not to waste this gift. Rather, they are to embrace whatever path their life takes, and act freely to share this gift with others. So, do you have the freedom to act in accordance with God’s grace?
We can probably all agree that anyone who is a disciple of Jesus Christ is called to “do good.” We are supposed to be a people who are known by their good works. What can be debatable is what exactly those good works look like…