Preacher: Scott Muir Series: Follow Me: Matthew 8 to 12 Talk 3: Jesus Forgives Text: Matthew 9: 1 – 17 Today’s Message: Jesus came with a mission that upset a lot of people. They thought he came to be with the […]
Preacher: Scott Muir Series: Follow Me: Matthew 8 to 12 Talk 2: Jesus Calls Text: Matthew 8: 18 – 34 Today’s Message Are you quick to sign up to new things or do you wait and see how things go? Jesus calls us to follow him, but he cautions us to be careful and […]
Preacher: Scott Muir Series: Follow Me: Matthew 8 to 12 Talk 1: Jesus Restores Text: Matthew 8: 1 – 17 Today’s Message When things are run down or broken, it can be very satisfying to spend time restoring them back to their original condition, or even to improve on the original condition. There is […]
What is the church known for? What should the church be known for? Sadly the answer to these questions are probably very different. The big task Jesus set his people was to make disciples. Is that what we are know for doing?
Series Final: My Life Poured Out: 2 Timothy People’s stories are powerful. As we conclude 2 Timothy, we see how the people in Paul’s life teach us lessons about our lives.
What motivates you more… the carrot or the stick? Many people think the Bible is all about the stick – punishment for doing wrong. But as we see today, there’s so much carrot to look forward to and this is what keeps us going in the hard times.
As this year quickly draws to a close it’s a good time to recommit to our mission for 2019. As fewer people in our city identify as Christians, the need is even greater for us to make followers of Jesus by being followers of Jesus.
When we see how people in the world mislead and deceive, it can be easy to despair. But all that is happening confirms what the Bible says. Take heart, God’t truth will always prevail.
While we’d like to think that churches are places of peace and beauty where everyone always agrees, we’ve all experienced the reality that is far from this. Today Paul shows Timothy how to handle troubles in the church. Note: There is no sound file available for this Sermon.
We live such cluttered lives that our focus on the important things in life can be easily lost. It is particularly tragic when the Christian’s attention is drawn away from Jesus and his mission in the world. Today we will see Paul’s prescription for persevering with Christ.