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David denHartog teaches from 2 Corinthians 5:9-10 and 1 Corinthians 3:9-15 as the introduction to a new series, The Bema – The Judgement Seat of Christ. The Bema is the judgment seat of Christ, to all who believe. As a believer in Christ, the aim should always be to please and honor the Lord. David […]

Kevin Bentley teaches from 2 Corinthians 5. Once we have passion for Christ and knowledge of the Bible, we should be compelled to proclaim Christ boldly.  What was Paul’s motivation to live out his Christian life and proclaim Jesus? What motivates you to proclaim Christ as we are called to do? Additional Scripture References: Hebrews […]

David denHartog teaches from 2 Chronicles 34-35.  In this passage, we see how King Josiah brings about revival because of his humility.  Do we have humility?  Will we humble ourselves, or will God humble us? Additional Scriptures: Matthew 5:3-4; James 4:6-10; Isaiah 66:2; 2 Chronicles 7:14

America is in the midst of the perfect storm.  The problems in our nation are not political, but are spiritual.  Is there any hope? Our only hope is repentance and revival within the church.  This starts with revival in our hearts. David denHartog teaches from select verses in 2 Chronicles 14:2 to 16:14, where we […]

David denHartog completes “The Language of Generosity” series on tithing, stewardship and giving generously.  Greed and fear are elements that work against generosity.  How do we counter these?  Seeing the blessings that come to those that give motivates you to give.  What are the blessings of generosity?  The Apostle Paul outlines them in II Corinthians […]

David denHartog explains the last three steps of the re:generation ministry.  Its what you’re hooked to in life that makes all the difference.  Some are hooked to an addiction; some to the American dream; some to the daily treadmill of everyday living; some to sports.  The problem is that most of us won’t admit that […]

Don Hunt teaches from Exodus 4:1-12; looking at Moses and what was holding Moses back.  What are some of the things that stop us from sharing about Jesus and our faith?  How can we have confidence to speak?  How can we be an ambassador for God? Additional Scripture references: Luke 5:27-30; Acts 7:22; 2 Corinthians […]

Don Hunt uses various stories of the Bible to explain how our lives can share the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living.  We are challenged to consider the questions ….  What is in your showcase?  What is the aroma that you give off? Scripture references: 2 Corinthians 2:15-17; 2 Kings 5:1-1; […]

Dean Elliott continues Amber Alert: Lost in Johnson County, with a lesson from Mark 4:1-34.  Why does anyone want to listen to Jesus?  They listen because someone tells them about Him.  There are 3 spheres of responsibility when the Gospel is shared – our’s, their’s, and God’s. Scripture references: John 10:19; 2 Corinthians 4:1-5; John 6:44-47 (The […]

Everything has been given to us by God.  We are called to demonstrate our love to others, and to God.  What is the ultimate test of your love for God?  The answer is given in 2 Corinthians 8:1-12.  David denHartog explains this passage and the ultimate test.

David denHartog teaches from 2 Corinthians 9:5-11a on “grace-giving.”  Grace-giving is separate from tithe giving.  This passage outlines four characteristics of grace-giving.

David den Hartog teaches about the Islamic faith – its history, the different varieties, and what they believe.  In 2 Corinthians 11, Paul gives us three measures to analyze any religion or teacher, and Pastor Dave uses these to point out the untruths in the Islamic faith.  

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 […]

David denHartog continues teaching on encouragement by defining and describing comfort in today’s message.  What does comfort look and feel like?  How do you show comfort to other people? Scripture passages: 2 Corinthians 1:3-7; Acts 9:26-28; John 14:15-18; Philippians 1:2; Romans 12:15; 1Thessalonians 4:18; Proverbs 15:4, 12:25, 25:11; Job 2:11, 21:34; Proverbs 25:20, 17:28, 18:13