Sermons on Matthew
This last label is one that Jesus used for us, and it defines what our life is supposed to be like, as we seek to follow Jesus.
Being a father is never easy. We aren’t really prepared for it. What we need is an example, and thankfully our God provides the best possible example for us to follow.
We cannot live without stress; however, we can determine how we are going to respond to that stress. Especially when that response is worry, which is something we are told not to do.
What is it that you’re afraid of? For many people during this year, fear has become a constant companion. We are not meant to live in a state of fear, and this week’s message deals with the issue of fear and living on mission. Also, if you want to know more about Seth Elo’s mission journey, click this link!
A special message from Adam and Carol Duncan, prospective missionaries to Ecuador. Who is your favorite disciple?
What gospel did you believe in when you came to know Jesus? Was it the true gospel? If so, does your life reflect the fruits of the gospel that the Bible says we ought to be displaying?
A special service with guest speakers (missionaries) from Spain. Apologies for the audio issues; we are in the middle of some upgrades and unfortunately we had some unresolved issues.
There is one obstacle that we, humans, are incapable of overcoming. That obstacle is sin. No matter what method we choose to try, we cannot overcome sin apart from Jesus. We take a look at Jesus on this Easter Sunday, and how He overcame sin on our behalf!
Doubt is the beginning of a dangerous spiritual condition. Nearly every person who has abandoned their faith in Jesus admits that the process starts with doubt. Thankfully, there is a prescription for overcoming doubt…
During times of chaos and tumult one natural response can be despair. However, for someone who desires to be a disciple of Jesus, despair isn’t the answer. We can learn from Jesus about how to respond in order to overcome despair.