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Sermons

  • 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.
  • Our Salvation: A Study In Jonah

    James Boice
    Our Salvation: A Study In Jonah The book of Jonah may be studied for many reasons, but a chief reason is for what it teaches about God's sovereignty. Sovereignty is a problem for some Christians in certain areas.
  • Romans: The Greatest Letter Ever Written

    French L. Arrington
    Romans: The Greatest Letter Ever Written From studying Paul’s letter to the Romans, we can learn the content of the Christian faith like nowhere else in the New Testament. In his letter, Paul opens vistas to the gospel, shining a light on what we can experience by embracing and living in the Good News of Christ.
  • The Storytelling God: Parables and the Kingdom

    Jared C. Wilson
    The Storytelling God: Parables and the Kingdom Jesus, like the stories he told, didn’t look like much, but the power of the eternal God was in there.
  • The Secret of Joy: Psalm 126

    Josh Moody
    The Secret of Joy: Psalm 126 Psalm 126 shows us not only that “laughter” and God go together but also God and “joy.” This psalm is written to help you discover the secret of joy.
  • What Does It Mean to "Seek the Lord"?

    John Piper
    What Does It Mean to Seeking the Lord means seeking his presence. But aren't his children always in his presence? Yes and no.
  • What Happens to Us When We Die?

    Ray Pritchard
    What Happens to Us When We Die? In answering questions about life after death, we are left with only two sources to consult. Either we turn to human experience or we turn to the Word of God. If we turn to human experience, we find many guesses, many ideas, many theories—but no sure answers.
  • Leading Well

    Philip Nation
    Leading Well Currently, I am preaching through a series of messages about leadership in the church. In the last message, I taught on the qualifications necessary for someone to serve as an elder in the church by summing it up to three characteristics: mature, loving, and discerning.
  • Love Your Neighbor as Yourself, Part 2

    John Piper
    Love Your Neighbor as Yourself, Part 2 "Love your neighbor as yourself" is a very radical command. What I mean by "radical" is this: it cuts to the root of our sinfulness and exposes it and, by God's grace, severs it.
  • Love Your Neighbor as Yourself, Part 1

    John Piper
    Love Your Neighbor as Yourself, Part 1 Everything else in the Old Testament in some sense depends on these two commandments: the commandment to love God and the commandment to love our neighbor. This is an amazing statement.
  • From Spiritual Death to Resurrection Power

    R. Kent Hughes
    From Spiritual Death to Resurrection Power In Ephesians 2 Paul takes us down to the Death Valley of the Soul and then up to “the heavenly places in Christ Jesus.” The journey’s contrast will enhance our appreciation for what we have in Christ and will influence the way we live.
  • Abundant Grace

    James Montgomery Boice
    Abundant Grace If we are ever to understand the grace of God, we must begin with the knowledge that God has acted graciously toward us in Christ entirely apart from human merit.