God loves us tremendously! When we understand and believe that, we act differently. But just like hot coffee becomes lukewarm by one degree at a time, so our Christian life and our love for Jesus can cool off one degree at a time. Don Hunt challenges us to increase one area of our Christian walk […]
Don Hunt continues the Together series, looking at what happens when we serve together – specifically in light of Ephesians 4:7-16. Just as God has made us all with different physical characteristics, so also has He given us all different gifts and abilities. These different gifts are used to mend the body, just like fishermen mend their […]
People wear different hats in different places and for different purposes. So also, people wear different ‘hats’ in their families and at different stages of their lives. But the command to “Honor your father and mother,” from Deuteronomy 5:16, is given to all people. David denHartog continues the Family Portrait series explaining what the command means and how […]
David denHartog begins the “Designed For A Purpose” series with Psalm 139:13-16 and Ephesians 2:8-10. God has designed each of with a specific set of abilities with a unique purpose for each of one our lives.
Pastors David denHartog, Dean Elliott, and Don Hunt give a picture of where Cleburne Bible Church has been in the past, where we are now, and our plans for 2015. They share the stories of people in the church who have chosen to “Join the Team” in various ministries. Will you join the team in […]
David denHartog teaches from Ephesians 2:1-10 and explains the meaning of the word “salvation,” in general and in context of today’s text. The Christian life is like a race, and the starting point is one aspect of salvation as the New Testament defines it.
Dean Elliott speaks about the end of Paul’s life and how he was ready to go home when it was his time to go. Paul had lived a life of sacrifice through the death and burial of his fleshly desires. Sermon taught mainly in Ephesians 5, with references to 2 Timothy 4 and Galatians 5. […]