David denHartog teaches from Psalm 11 in the first of of the series, Fault Lines. There are often tremors before an earthquake that give us warning as to its approach. In the same way, there are threats to our Christian freedoms that indicate… The purpose of this series is to educate and inform the church […]
Dean Elliott uses excerpts from Judges 6-9 to help us understand how we can identify our idols. An idol is any thing that is more important that God. It is often easy to identify the negative idols, but good things can also be idols. You might have an idol if…. Additional Scripture references: James 4:3, […]
David denhartog teaches from Matthew 10:16-42, part of the Behold The King series. Christians often don’t share their faith due to two fears: the fear of inadequacy and the fear of rejection. Jesus knows this and gives reasons why we do not need to be afraid. Will you preach the Gospel from the Housetops?
David denHartog teaches the fourth in the “Elisha, Man of God” series from II Kings 6:8-23. Fear is something that we all wrestle with, but the Christian doesn’t need to succumb to living in fear. The answer for fear in the midst of difficult circumstances is praying and seeing with the eyes of faith.
David denHartog teaches from I Kings 19:1-19 on depression. This episode in Elijah’s life shows us four major causes of depression and four ways that God answered.
David denHartog teaches from John 20:1-10 and 30-31. What can we do when our faith falters and doubts and fears plague our mind? We look again at the empty tomb, as one of the disciples did that morning Jesus rose from the dead.