David denHartog teaches the second sermon on Titus and what Paul writes about the church. In Titus 1:5b-9, Paul gives the Biblical standard for leadership. What are the character qualities that make a good leader?
Dean Elliott teaches through Psalm 26. The Psalm is about integrity – what it is; what it isn’t; and what God does with it. In the Psalm, David is being honest about who he is and this honesty allows him to connect with God more intimately.
David denHartog explains that narcissism is an over-inflated view of one’s self and seeing life as revolving around them. It is ultimate self-centerdness. Not many people are clinically diagnosed with narcissism, but there is at least a bit of selfishness in each of us and in each of our children. What can we do in our parenting […]
David denHartog teaches the first in his series called “Encouragement: A Key to Caring,” the last for the year’s focus of “Loving Others.” This message comes from Acts 4:32-37, 11:19-26 and looks at the character of an encourager. Barnabas was a nickname given to Joseph from Cyprus that means “Son of Encouragement” and we look […]
David denHartog teaches from Philippians 2:19-30 on two qualities that we need to make part of our lives. If we do, then God can use us to spread the Gospel and further His kingdom. Joy comes when we impact the lives of others.
David denHartog continues to speak about the characteristics of Jesus, and how we can follow Him as He loved others. Jesus shows His Infinite Love in three ways during the Last Supper found in John 13:1-17.