Sermons by Pastor Alan Kinder
One thing most American Christians are guilty of is being self-indulgent. We want the music, lighting, and sermon our way. We want air conditioning and heat for a comfortable worship experience, and we want cushions on our pews or chairs. Are any of these things necessary for the gospel? Do we need to practice a little self-denial?
Becoming a disciple of Jesus Christ requires a certain commitment, a willingness to accept the call to sacrifice.
While there is always room for growth in being a man, there is still a need for the men of a church to be strong. In this message we explore what a strong man is like.
The second message in our series titled, Becoming a Disciple, focuses on our need to be willing to experience hardship as a disciple of Jesus. It is a question that we all must answer…
If we are to be able to make disciples of Jesus, we must first become disciples of Jesus. In this first lesson, we determine that as a disciple of Jesus, we are called to action.
The world seems to have a wisdom that seems right, at times. Yet the truth is that the folly of God is wiser than the wisdom of the world…don’t be fooled!
A strong and healthy church needs people who are morally and spiritually strong. On this Mother’s Day we will look at how the women of a church are to become strong.
So many Christians struggle with living a victorious life. In this message we see how to progress from faith to victory.
God’s love is something that almost everyone wants to know, in this message you can hear how you can know God’s love.
While we, humans, must learn to love carefully God has chosen to love us recklessly. Freely, fully, unconditionally; a love so great that even though we tend to reject Him and rebel against Him He has chosen to call us His children when we place our faith in His Son, Jesus Christ.