Jesus commends the Ephesian church for its strengths, offers correction for its problems and encourages members to re-kindle their first love, the Lord Jesus. In the struggle to live passionate Christian lives, we should find ourselves developing deeper love for God and others.
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Revelation 2:1-7, John 21:15-22
Hundreds of ministers have admitted that when they get the phone call with the sobbing, furious, or panicked person on the other line, they do not know what to say. Too many times, all they can muster is “I’m sorry”, or “It will be alright”, or some sort of sermon or lecture. After 16 years of ministry, counseling and congregational development, I have found that most...
Author: Keith Waggoner
Hello Roger, I was just reading your teaching on divorce and remarriage and I find it very fulfilling because we are dealing with those issues in our church and this teaching will help me and the other ministers to provide the right advice. However, there is another problem that the church faces which I would also ask your advice and that’s concerning those who married to...
Type: Ask Roger
Author: Roger Barrier
Churchgoers can listen to a sermon and never apply it. If they trusted Christ when they were young, they often trust that one-time decision to keep them out of hell with no life-change or fruit of the Spirit operating in their lives. Although we must live by grace through faith, God longs for us to be filled with the Spirit, repent and obey Him. Preached at Cornerstone...
Speaker: Francis Chan
Scripture: Romans 9:1-3, Luke 16:19-24, Matthew 7:21-23