Several times in Matthew 7, Jesus confronts us with two choices. In his last illustration, the choices are to build your house on sand or The Rock.
The American culture has become increasingly hostile to Christianity. However, Christians have every reason to hope because of Christ. In this sermon, listen to a specific diagnosis of culture, along with the solution from Colossians 2.
Christmas is a time of awe and wonder. But did you ever wonder why the shepherds were the first to see Jesus after he was born? Listen to hear about the shepherd's first Christmas.
We read in Matthew 2, "Out of Egypt I have called my Son." Matthew is quoting the prophet Hosea, who references the exodus of God's people from slavery in Egypt. Matthew uses this phrase to speak about a greater exodus through Christ. Listen or watch to learn more.
The Magnificat is a beautiful song of praise. It tells us about the mercy and righteousness of God. Take a listen to learn how this song is rooted and Scripture and is meant for you to sing.
It is the Christmas season which means it is time to celebrate the birth of Christ. But how can we continue to be in awe of Christmas?
Beware of false prophets (and teachers)! In this sermon, warning signs are identified, and practical ways are given to ensure the local church leader does not become a false prophet and teacher.
Many people (including our politicians!) claim to follow the Golden Rule. But what does Jesus mean when he teaches us about the Golden Rule. Watch or listen to find out.
Everyone battles anxiety, but God provides the grace and mercy to overcome anxiety. Learn more from Matthew 6:25-34.
Jesus places us at a fork in the road and asks us to choose either the honorable life or the duplicitous life. Will you store up treasure in heaven or treasures on this earth? Will you serve God or wealth? Jesus tests the heart in Matthew 6:19-24.