How can we survive economic setbacks? Do you fear the economic future of our country? There are only two approaches for meeting future financial needs including emergencies. One way is to save a part of every dollar of income that comes into our hands to meet those needs. Another approach is to spend all we make as we make it. Solomon says, “Finish your...
Type: Ask Roger
Author: Roger Barrier
Topic: Money and Giving
The Bible tells us in Hebrews 9:27 that "man is destined to die once and after that the judgment." We will all stand before the Lord. The the unbeliever, it will be a long, draining reminder of a life filled with poor choices, but for the Christian, Christ will plead your case on your behalf. When John got a glimpse of heaven in Revelation 4, he saw that God was on His throne...
Speaker: Dave Stone
Scripture: Hebrews 9:27, Revelation 4, Revelation 21:7-8
Topic: End Times
Your husband learned from an early age to deny his true feelings — and to be silent about his deepest needs. Most men long for greater intimacy with their wives – but they have no idea how to find it. Bestselling author David Murrow breaks the silence – uncovering the central secret of your spouse’s heart. He reveals what every husband since Adam has felt, but has been...
Author: David Murrow
We live in a tired society, a weary generation. Will you choose to go back to the slavery of Egypt like the faithless Israelites? God had delivered them. Will you choose, after being saved and redeemed by God, to work for your salvation, trapped by legalism? You can rest now.
Speaker: Max Lucado
Scripture: Matthew 11:28-29, Exodus 15 - 16, Exodus 6:6, Galatians 1:1-10, Acts 2
Old Testament characters like Jonah, Job, David and Hosea demonstrate the transforming power and grace of God in lives that have been broken and in need of repair. Redeeming love covered over the "broken places" and brought new life to these real-life heroes of the faith.
We all make mistakes. These Bible women are flawed, but used by God in His redemptive plan to fulfill His purposes. Though we sin, God can also change us and make us new again.
Scripture: Genesis 16
Joseph, son of Jacob, is a prototype of Jesus Christ. Joseph's story teaches us much about redemption, forgiveness, deliverance and family life.
Scripture: Genesis 37 - 50
A two-part sermon series for Palm and Easter Sunday. Jesus' dealings with the fig tree and the Temple shows the importance of Law over Grace. Peter, Jesus' disciple, denied even knowing Jesus three times! But then, around the warmth of a fire, Jesus offers Peter breakfast. And full forgiveness. Peter had let his guilt distance him from the Lord, but during the fireside chat...
Paul in his letter to the Corinthian church wants Christians to consider the claims of Christ and ponder our choice to receive Him as Lord and Savior even in the middle of our doubts. Jesus can't just be a good teacher. He claimed to be the Son of God. Paul points us to a living hope and a "live option."
Speaker: Glenn Barteau
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 15:12-13, 1 Corinthians 15:17-19, 1 Corinthians 15:22, 1 Corinthians 15:44, John 1:12
Topic: Christ as Savior
The three parables of the lost sheep, the lost son, and the lost coin all involve something or someone lost, found, rejoicing and celebration in being found. Jesus is the true elder brother, searching for that which has been lost (all of humanity). We are all runaways, but still try to earn God's favor by our deeds. The Good News is that we don't have to be our own Savior. He...
Speaker: Jack Schull
Scripture: Luke 15:1-2, Luke 15:11-32, Hebrews 1:1-3, Mark 7:6, 1 John 3:1
Topic: Love of God