Media


Pleasing the Gods

Are we doing enough to please God?  God tells us not to be righteous overmuch--doing more than God requires, thinking we are pleasing God.  Some Galatians thought becoming right before God through Christ was not enough.  In their case, sacrifices were needed.  What about us? ...

Go to Page


The Making of a Holy Generation

God's calling includes children of members.  If they are to become a holy generation, what responsibility does a parent have?  Is parental example important?  Does parental and church instruction in God's Word make any difference?  Does the right type of fellowship matter?

Go to Page


Working Hard

This sermon explains the virtues of hard work, and shows that our good work habits, that we use six days a week, carry over to the Work that God is doing 7 days a week, and will be doing forever.

Go to Page


What is My Sin Barometer?

 Christ told us that we must become perfect like our Father in heaven.  And God's Word tells us Christ came in order for us to depart from iniquity (Acts 3:25-26).  The Galatians were not true to the gospel; they were not being justified (made right) by...

Go to Page


Your Call to Greatness

 From the beginning God has destined us to be mighty sons of His in the kingdom of God.  Sufferings in our life are not worthy to be compared with Christ's glory that is shared with us.  Do we understand the value of our calling?  Are...

Go to Page


Faith—Only the Second Principle

:  The subject of faith can be confusing when we compare Paul's writings with the writings of James.  A complete understanding of faith tells us that faith, only the second elementary principle in God's plan of salvation, comes before we receive God's Spirit through the laying...

Go to Page


Peace and Peace Maker

Do you know what qualities are required to be a peacemaker and to have peace?   Jesus warned in Matthew 10 that we might not have peace.   How does it all fit together?  This sermon will give some answers.

Go to Page


Honoring God Our Father

 Much time, effort and money is spent preparing to honor our physical fathers.  Often the one we should honor the most receives the least honor.  Scripture explains why we should honor God our Father and how we should honor Him.

Go to Page


Building God’s Temple

 The biblical history of God's physical temple, beginning with Solomon, reveals a pure structure that was never to be tainted in the slightest way, whether through physical damage or neglect of duty.  God's people, His church, is the Temple of God today.  If we defile...

Go to Page


The Greatest Live of All

The summary for my last sermon is this:  We may see exciting and important lives being lived around us, but if we have been called by God and have His Holy Spirit, we are on track to live the greatest lives of all.

Go to Page