David denHartog continues the Sermon on the Mount, with Matthew 7:13-20. Every day we are faced with choices. In reality, there are two major choices that we have in life. Jesus describes these choices and then he gives us a warning about those that might lead us into the wrong choice. This is the Epilogue […]
Dean Elliott finishes the “Basics…Part II” series from Genesis 3:23-4:26. We can consistently come into God’s presence and worship Him in order to gain the strength we need to overcome the evil one. When you come into God’s presence, you will always be confronted with the truth – that you are not God and He is […]
Dean Elliott teaches the last in the “Basics” series on who man is and what our purpose is. Genesis 2:25 – 3:9 contains a fundamental crisis for humanity – that of shame. There are three important truths for us: how the crisis happened, why it happened, and the only solution.
When life gets rough or isn’t going your way, how do you respond? Even if you initially flip out, the posture you take over time indicates your spiritual maturity. Don Hunt teaches from various Bible passages about three characteristics that can be found in the spiritually mature Christian. Scripture references: Psalm 27:14, 37:7 & 34, […]
Dean Elliott uses Samson’s life, found in Judges 13-16, to illustrate how God can use the stories of our lives even when we make choices contrary to His will. What is the source of Samson’s strength? What is the source of your strength?
David denHartog teaches from Luke 3:1-22 in the third of the “Born to You…A Savior” series. Often in driving, if we don’t do a u-turn we will end up where we don’t want to be or in a place we don’t want to go. The same is true in life as we make decisions and […]
The previous series was like an alarm clock – there is persecution for Christians on the horizon. What are we to do? Are we to hit the “snooze button” and hide? The Scriptures offer great encouragement and a pattern for what to do next. Dean teaches from the story found in Acts 3 & 4 […]
David denHartog teaches the last sermon in his “Encouragement: A Key to Caring” series. Today’s sermon answers the question “How does God want us to respond to those who fail?” Once again, we look at the life of Barnabas as an example, and the life of John Mark. Main Scripture passages: Galations 6:1-4; 2 Corinthians […]