Pastor Casey McCall urges us from Galatians 6 to cling to our only hope, the Gospel of Jesus of Christ. We are reminded that there are only two ways to live: Boasting in ourselves or boasting in the Cross of Jesus.
Pastor David Prince powerfully reminds us from Galatians 6 that only when we see ourselves as nothing are we unleashed to be great servants, have persistent courage and do good to everyone. Don't miss this encouraging message!
Every human being encounters competing desires. Pastor David Prince shows us from Galatians 5:16-26 how Jesus has freed us to walk by the Spirit and reject the desires of the flesh.
What is freedom? Is it the ability to do whatever you want whenever you want? Pastor David Prince preaches from Galatians 5:1-15 to helps us understand what true freedom is so that we can live a life free from slavery.
The Bible doesn't just teach history. The Bible teaches us redemptive history. Preaching from Galatians 4, Pastor David Prince exhorts us to know, understand and live based on the redemptive history of the Bible.
There are many good things in our lives that we are tempted to make into idols. And idols always put us into bondage. Pastor David Prince reminds us that we have been set free by the Gospel and urges us not to return to the bondage from which Jesus freed us.
Although we are adopted sons of God, many Christians still live life through the lens of an orphan. Pastor David Prince challenges us to live out the reality of our adoption.
"That's not the way we've always done it" is a dangerous mindset for the Church. Listen as Pastor Casey McCall connects this mindset with a desire to elevate the Law over the Promise.
Pastor Casey McCall powerfully points us to the Gospel, both as our entrance into salvation and how we grow in Christ-likeness.
Everyone struggles with displacing the Gospel from the center of our lives. We struggle because we often live as if the Gospel is the door and we get to stay by our performance. Pastor David Prince reminds us from Galatians 2:11-21 that the Gospel is meant to be the principle by which we live our everyday lives.