Text: Luke 2:1-7; John 3:16 “God loves you.” How often have you heard that statement? Whether you believe it or not, chances are you’ve heard this sentiment more often than you can count. In this sermon, we take a look at two very familiar Bible passages (even if you’ve never been to church) to see [...]
John 13:34-35; Acts 2:42-47; Ephesians 2:13-22 A million sermons have been preached and a million books written (from both a Christian and non-Christian perspective) about the importance of community. In this sermon, we discuss specifically how God uses Christians--the church--living in community to lead their friends and neighbors to faith in Jesus.
Text: Luke 7:31-35; John 15:12-17; Acts 19:28-31 How are you at friendship? Do you have true friends--people who know you to the bottom and love you anyway? If so, you know how important friendship is. As beautiful as it is in its own right, friendship can also accomplish even more: it can be a powerful [...]
Text: John 20 The resurrection of Jesus is the most important event in human history. That’s what we celebrate in a concentrated manner on Easter Sunday, and that’s the topic of this week’s sermon.
Text: John 19 On Good Friday, Jesus was crucified for the sins of his people. But for many of us, that’s a vague concept at best. How could the crucifixion of a First-Century Jewish carpenter do anything for us? Listen to learn more!