Sermons on John
One of the best gifts that Jesus brought with His advent is the gift of becoming a friend with God. That friendship is meant to extend to His followers. If you claim to be a Christian, this isn’t an option.
Memorial Day is a very special holiday. We set aside this day to remember what true love is–sacrifice.
As Christians we are supposed to look forward–we just aren’t supposed to try to predict what is coming. Looking forward to the right things and in the right way is the key.
Our special service on Christmas Eve!
Love is an often overused word. So, when we begin to talk about God’s love, it is natural to have some misconceptions. In this last message for our Advent series, we look at God’s love, and how we ought to respond to His love for us.
Something that every human being desires is to know peace. The problem is that, for most of us, peace is in short supply. We do some strange things trying to achieve peace, rarely do those things have a lasting effect. As Christians, this is a sad statement, as we have been given the peace of Jesus Christ…
Here’s a harsh reality–disasters happen. Disasters may be wide-spread or intensely personal. Either way, we have some choices we need to make in response to these events in our lives.
We are all born with “issues.” No one is born as a perfect human being, we all have faults–defects. Why are we born this way?
Without friendship, there can be no fellowship. The fellowship of Christians is meant to be attractive and different from the rest of the world. Today’s message tells us how this is possible.
Father’s Day is a day to honor men who have been and are fulfilling the role of father in a family. It is a difficult challenge, and one that requires a man to carefully consider how he will lead. This message is designed to help a man determine the best way to lead his family.