Sermons by Pastor Alan Kinder (Page 3)
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.
Betrayal is a fact of life, if you have anyone you are close to you are in jeopardy of being betrayed. How should we respond?
The one thing we always have to take into account when dealing with people is the culture through which they see the world. Thankfully, there are only two cultures we need to deal with…
The most common response to temptation is to run, and that isn’t always a bad thing! However, sometimes we won’t be able to run, we have to face temptation. When we learn to respond properly, we can overcome it!
The final message in our series, Renewal, this message focuses on the proof of our renewal; our actions.
Not only must we work to have our minds and spirits renewed and our hearts cleansed, we must also decide to change our attitude. Are you prepared to change your attitude in order to change your behavior?
Christians need a daily renewal of their spirit, unless they have achieved something even the Apostle Paul said he hadn’t achieved…perfection. In this message we look at why we need renewal, and what needs to be renewed.
One of the problems in our journey in the Christian life is to avoid conformity with the world. We do that by working in conjunction with the Holy Spirit to have our minds transformed, renewed. We just need to make sure we do that.