Sermons

  • If I Only Knew More

    Philip Nation
    If I Only Knew More Have you ever met that guy who just knew more than everyone else in the room? Or wanted to prove it? Does knowing any of this make you feel better about life and eternity? No, as Ecclesiastes shows.
  • Acts: The Remedy for "Irrelevant" Church

    R. Kent Hughes
    Acts: The Remedy for In our day one of the nicer things said about the institutional church is that it is “irrelevant.” The book of Acts carries the remedy.
  • The Compassion of God in Jonah

    Philip Nation
    The Compassion of God in Jonah We’ve just finished up our message series in Jonah, and I am always devastated by what I learn in the fourth chapter. Here are my preaching notes on the subject of how we learn to take on God’s heart for the city.
  • The God Who Provides

    James Montgomery Boice
    The God Who Provides Do you see spiritual things clearly? Or is your vision of God and His will for your life clouded by spiritual cataracts or near-sightedness brought on by an unhealthy preoccupation with things?
  • Does God Really Talk to People?

    Dr. Larry Osborne
    Does God Really Talk to People? In this week's sermon, you'll discover how to know God's voice when He speaks to us.
  • Static on the Line

    Dr. Larry Osborne
    Static on the Line This week we'll learn about how to clear the static on the line when it comes to hearing God speak.
  • Can You Hear Him Now?

    Dr. Larry Osborne
    Can You Hear Him Now? How can we hear from God? And what if the counsel we're getting seems to contradict?
  • A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount

    John Stott
    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount There are three general questions about Jesus’ Beatitudes which need to be asked. These concern the people described, the qualities commended and the blessings promised.
  • The Testing of Your Faith

    Christopher Ash
    The Testing of Your Faith The glory of God is more important than your or my comfort. That is a statement with which all Christians will readily agree... in theory
  • Why Did God Give the Law?

    John Piper
    Why Did God Give the Law? The law which God gave to Moses at Mount Sinai a few months after bringing the people out of Egypt has been the victim of some very bad press in the past several hundred years. My guess is that there is a good deal of confusion.
  • The Sands of Galilee: The Parable of the Two Builders

    Associates for Biblical Research
    The Sands of Galilee: The Parable of the Two Builders When Jesus preached a sermon, told a parable, or gave a discourse, He always used object lessons that were familiar to His hearers in order to illustrate His point. The archaeology and geography of Bethsaida provides the background for two of His parables.
  • What is Godliness? Paul's First Letter to Timothy

    R. Kent Hughes and Bryan Chapell
    What is Godliness? Paul's First Letter to Timothy For Paul godliness is no static, stained-glass word. It is active—kinetic obedience that springs from a reverent awe of God.
  • Created for Community

    Bob Thune & Will Walker
    Created for Community Community is something we all want. How did we get this way? How did this craving, this longing, get hardwired into us? The Bible answers that question by explaining that we are created in the image of God. God created us for community.
  • Spiritual Warfare: Christ’s Victory is Our Victory

    Philip Nation
    Spiritual Warfare: Christ’s Victory is Our Victory Spiritual warfare seems like some sort of science fiction movie, but we’ve sensed it; watched it; experienced it as a church; been attacked as individuals.
  • From Glory to Glory

    John MacArthur
    From Glory to Glory Perfection is the goal of God’s sanctifying work in us. He’s not merely making us better than we are; he is conforming us to the image of his Son.
  • Being a Titus 2 Woman

    John Barnett
    Being a Titus 2 Woman The whole goal of a Titus 2 woman is to train younger women in Biblical, simple-to-measure, Spirit-empowered, love-based living. Here are the 6 characteristics.
  • Thy Kingdom Come: The Prayer that Changes the World

    Michael Milton
    Thy Kingdom Come: The Prayer that Changes the World The Lord’s Prayer can be rote, or it can become a divine force unleashing God’s glorious blessing. How is “Thy kingdom come” a prayer that literally changes the world?
  • How God Communicates Truth

    C. Michael Patton
    How God Communicates Truth We look for sources of authority to guide and direct our lives, and we have all kinds of options. And you know what? These options will not always agree. So where do you go for authority in your Christian walk?
  • Christ Alone

    Philip Graham Ryken
    Christ Alone Of all the things that Paul could have said about the life and ministry of Jesus Christ, the one thing that he emphasized was His death on the cross.
  • Jesus Through the Bible

    Philip Graham Ryken
    Jesus Through the Bible The salvation that was expected in the Old Testament is exhibited in the Gospels and then explained in the rest of the New Testament.