Sermons from November 2020
Hope does not mean wish when it is applied to our spiritual life; at least, it isn’t supposed to.
We get a lesson in how to respond to grace, although it is a negative example as Cain receives his punishment for murdering his brother.
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.
How far can humanity fall in a single generation? The answer is troubling…
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!
We all know that after a conviction, the guilty party must be sentenced.
Trouble and anxiety seem like the new normal this year. A high percentage of people have declared that they are stressed out. Stress is a part of life; however, those who follow Christ ought to know how to deal with that stress.
Life is difficult, and there will always be voices that make it even more difficult. Who we listen to matters, so let’s make sure we listen to the right voice, and that we refuse to quit! We need a steadfast faith.