Sermons from October 2017
Choices, we make them every day of our lives. Some of them are mundane and mostly insignificant, like what color of socks to wear. Some of them have eternal consequences, like whether or not to follow Jesus Christ. Our choices only matter if we are free to choose…
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?
We all ask this question from time to time, “Why, God?” Why do we face the things we face? In this first message of the series, we will look at the reality of disease.
You may not think about yourself as a sheep. The Word of God, the Bible, speaks about sheep quite often, and even uses the imagery of sheep when describing those who follow God. So, are you a sheep?