Kevin Bentley teaches from 2 Timothy 4:1-18. The message we are to herald to the world is that of the Word of God. It meets each person where they are in their spiritual journey, in four different ways. Its the message that changes lives! Additional Scripture References: 2 Timothy 3:16; Acts 17; Acts 2; Proverbs […]
Kevin Bentley teaches from Matthew 23:1-19. In the book, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, there is a struggle of right and wrong, of light and dark. We even see this struggle in the Word of God in Romans 7, if you will. Matthew 23 begins Jesus’ last public sermon. The woes […]
Kevin Bentley teaches from Matthew 20:29 – 21:22. An “oxymoron” is a word or phrase that uses two contradictory words together to describe something. In these passages, we see Jesus as Humble King. Success in the kingdom of God is an oxymoron – for the first shall be last and the last shall be first. […]
Kevin Bentley teaches from Hebrews 9 and Luke 2:22-38. The Ark of the Covenant was a place of atonement and fellowship with the Father, and lived in the Holy of Holies in the Jewish temple. It is no longer there, but there are theories where it could be now. However, Jesus is now our place […]
Kevin Bentley teaches from 2 Chronicles 17:1-6, with selected verses through chapter 20. King Jehoshaphat was devoted to the ways of the Lord in the midst of a pagan society. This is what we need as a church today. Pastor Kevin points out three aspects of his reign – the Word, the world and worship […]
Home is more than just brick and mortar. We can help to provide homes for others when we participate in a ministry like One:27. And, as long as some do not share our eternal home, we as believers need to deny ourselves, take up our cross, and follow Jesus so that others may come to […]
Kevin Bentley teaches from Matthew 25:13-30 on the Parable of the Talents. In the game of Risk, if you risk nothing then you’re probably going to gain nothing. There is also an element of risk in our spiritual lives as well. This parable is about how saving faith manifests itself in practical terms and eternal […]
Kevin Bentley teaches from Acts 3:1-10. What does caring authentically look like? In this passage, Peter and John saw the need, felt the need, and Jesus worked through them to meet the need. Jesus is the hero in this story. There is no other name under heaven by which we might be saved.