Courageous Love by Francis Chan

Loving God is the primary purpose of man. Our love for Him must be passionate, sincere, and completely submissive to His will.

  • High-Rollers or Heart-Givers? Living with Urgency Pt. 2

    James indicts the rich for using their wealth as a false sense of security. They oppressed the poor by their hoarding and lived in luxury and self-indulgence. He warns of upcoming judgment and the urgency of repentance.  James 5:1-6 Preached at Cornerstone Church, Simi Valley California. Used by permission.
  • Be Courageous: Fight for Your Faith!

    Paul teaches in his first letter to Timothy that we should be humble toward others, cling to the truth and avoid materialism. We should always try to do what is right, to be devoted to God, and to have faith, love, patience, and gentleness. We have to fight to keep our faith.
  • What Love for God Looks Like

    Loving God implies obedience. The person who follows God completely will know Him in an intimate way, and God will manifest Himself through the Holy Spirit. The depth of God’s infinite love is known to the Christians walking in the deeper life. Preached at Cornerstone Church, Simi Valley. Used by permission.
  • Sheep and Goats: God Alone Knows Our Hearts

    Jesus teaches about the angels separating the sheep (the true followers of Christ) from the goats (the God-rejecters). The sheep were compassionate-feeding the hungry and thirsty, living compassionate, generous lives. And so must we. Preached at Cornerstone Church, Simi Valley California.
  • Living with a Sense of Urgency Pt. 1

    James 4 teaches this: "Brothers and sisters, do not slander one another. Anyone who speaks against a brother or sister or judges them speaks against the law and judges it. When you judge the law, you are not keeping it, but sitting in judgment on it." Who is the only Lawgiver & Judge? (cf. Isaiah 33:22) There is a difference between “judging” ...more