Telling the Next Generation (Psalm 78:1-8)

Families and churches that refuse to teach the gospel to the next generation are described as stubborn and rebellious. This Psalm makes clear that the call of each believer is the faithfully and consistently proclaim the truths of the gospel with those that will follow us.

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The Good News of the Untamed God (1 Kings 19:1-18)

When our expectations are not met we have two choices. We can complain and give up, or we can trust in the sovereignty of the true and living God. Our decision depends on how we respond to the question, "Is God's word enough?"

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Contend For Your Faith (Jude 17-23)

In a fallen world there are challenges to the church from the inside and outside. Jude calls us to confidently contend against those that reject the gospel, not surprised by the challenges, rather being broken over those that reject their only hope.

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Called, Beloved, Kept…Contend! (Jude 1-4)

As followers of Jesus Christ, believers must understand their faith should cost them something and be willing to pay that price. The faith once and for all delivered to the saints is valuable enough to contend for, and that is Jude's call in his letter. We are to contend for the glorious Gospel.

By |2019-08-04T14:28:36-05:00August 4th, 2019|Comments Off on Called, Beloved, Kept…Contend! (Jude 1-4)

A Kingdom: Not a Fairy Tale (Nehemiah 13)

The life of faith is not a constant positive trajectory, there are highs, lows, and plateaus. In this sermon from Nehemiah 13, we learn how we can remain faithfully obedience through it all.

By |2019-07-30T21:19:10-05:00July 14th, 2019|Comments Off on A Kingdom: Not a Fairy Tale (Nehemiah 13)

Celebrate (Nehemiah 11-12)

As God's chosen people we are set free to celebrate defiantly the goodness that God has lavished upon us. In order to so, we must be a people who are faithful in thankfulness.

By |2019-07-30T21:21:46-05:00July 7th, 2019|Comments Off on Celebrate (Nehemiah 11-12)

Enjoy God (Nehemiah 9-10)

When we understand that the biblical story is our story we see that God, in his goodness, relentlessly pursues us. This true revealed in these passage helps us to enjoy God truly.

By |2019-07-30T21:25:03-05:00June 30th, 2019|Comments Off on Enjoy God (Nehemiah 9-10)