Sermon Archives

Sermon Archives

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The Son’s Strategy: Intro

Walking as Jesus walked requires tapping into his mission for making disciples who make disciples. How did he do this? What did Jesus do the first year of his ministry? What about the second and third, and how did he prepare for his first 30 years before he set out on his mission? Just as important, how do answers to these questions impact my own personal mission? Header image by Small Group Network on Unsplash.

Walk in Victory

Text: Ephesians 6:10-20 We complete the book of Ephesians with seven principles of spiritual warfare. Header image by Heinz Schneider on Unsplash.

The Harmonious Household

Text: Ephesians 5:21-33, Ephesians 6:1-9 Throughout the book of Ephesians Paul teaches that Jews and Gentiles who are in Christ make up a new humanity sharing every spiritual blessing (Ephesians 1:3). These blessings include the truth that we are worth one Jesus, plugged into one power source, and uniquely crafted to accomplish one mission. Paul goes on to challenge the Ephesian believers to live in alignment with who they really are. Unforgiveness and impurity are two existential threats mentioned by…

One Jesus: The Powerful Price

Sermon text: Romans 5:12-19 In reading this passage recently, Gene Thomasson was struck by the significance of how the actions of our “Federal Head,” Adam, had such far-reaching and multiplied effects upon all of mankind and how the Great Price that Jesus paid to free us from the penalty of that one act can be multiplied to many, also. However, there is a responsibility that has been placed upon us. Header image by William White on Unsplash.

What Are You Looking Forward To?

Sermon text: Romans 8:19 As we examine this single verse, we are prompted to review what is usually referred to as the “protoevangelion” in Genesis 3:15. In doing so, we see clearly the significance of our text. Francis Schaeffer once said that, as beautiful as the created world around is, it is still the “Sin charred remains of what once was.” Header image by Nick Fewings on Unsplash.