Most people really dislike waiting. But we are always having to do so. We wait for a package to arrive in the mail, or we wait for our coffee to be made. But today we are looking at a passage that tells us that we are waiting for something greater than a present under a […]
Our passage today is a call to remember. It was written for Timothy to remember what he had been through with Paul, and that he should press on by that example, and for us that we should remember Jesus and press on for Him.
Today we are faced with so much uncertainty in life. But today we will see that Jesus offers us complete certainty about life after death.
Today as we close in on the final part of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, we come to a very challenging passage that makes us make choices.
Today we are looking at the next section of the Sermon on the Mount, and it is a challenge to us as to how we look at others and how we can help each other grow to be more like Jesus.
This week as we wrap up our series in Matthew 1-4, we see how Jesus starts to minister tothe people around Him. We see His loving heart in showing us what His kingdom will be like. What will our response be to this?
Today we are looking at one of the big topics out of our last series in Galatians, slavery. Jason will be reminding us that we were trapped in slavery and now that we are set free what we can do to set others free from that.
Today we are looking at our assurance of salvation. It cannot be found in anything we do, but can only be found in the completed work of Jesus Christ.
Today as we look at our last Reformer John Calvin, we will see that the word of God is not someone that we can keep for ourselves but it must be something that we share.
Today as we finish our little series in Titus, we are looking at one of the greatest passages ever written about how God saves, and as we look at Titus 3 we’ll see that He saves us out of kindness.