Taken from Revelation 21: 1 – 6, this sermon shows that this book was indeed written to give us hope for a better life rather than just show us the some of the horrors that perhaps have already occurred. Watch to find out what we mean and have patience for the fulfillment of the promises.
Taken from John 20: 19 – 31, Jesus showed us who He was throughout the New Testament but what did it take for Thomas to believe? This story draws parallels to people living in this world today.
In the parable of the Prodigal son, who does the father represent? Watch this sermon to find out why this father behaves in a seemingly abnormal way when his son returns to the household. The text for this message comes mainly from Luke 15:1 – 3; 11- 32.
Taken from Luke 13: 1 – 9, this sermon determines the veracity of the words in the title and also addresses the issue whether God is in control. The message ties in with today’s events and general chaos in the world.
With a pre-sermon message concerning Black History Month, the main message is based upon the lesson given by Luke 6: 27 – 38, where love is the answer for many things, especially in dealing with difficult people. We really can’t be successful in showing love to our enemies (as an example) without Jesus helping us. […]
Many people associate lust with love but there are actually several types of love. Which one is the greatest of them all? Watch this sermon to find out as well as to learn about not trusting your heart concerning love without involving Jesus. The main text for this message is based upon I Corinthians 13: […]
This sermon, taken mainly from Luke 4: 14 – 30, tells us the time when Jesus first begins His ministry where He begins bringing everyone into belief and to the weary and troubled people, gives peace and redemption. Two things to look for: 1.) Watch to find the meaning of being filled with the Holy […]
In this sermon we learn about being humble and following and learning from the Holy Spirit instead of being to much in this broken world. We need to tell everyone about Jesus, who is perfecting all of us through our faith in Him and would do this for all who come to believe in Him. […]
He is the center of God’s purpose and is currently at in us and for us.Coinciding with the new year, this sermon shows that every day in Jesus is a new beginning. The relevant scriptural reference comes from John 1: 1 – 18.