This message focuses on four expressions of God's sovereignty over His church so that we will be reminded that it belongs to Him and not us. God's sovereignty is expressed in the fact that He formed the Church according to His plan, He fills the Church according to...
Christian hospitality has fallen from prominence by the mistaken assumption that it is a spiritual gift. But when we examine the Scriptures we find that hospitality is not a gift but a duty through which we express our love for the brethren.
When a large rock is thrown into a pond, the ripple effects can be both dramatic and extensive.
We will get a grip on what the sufficiency of Scripture means, in itself, and what it means to us as believers, in personal application. | Download worksheet
Anger is a powerful emotion, but it can be used for good or evil like dynamite. In Ephesians 4:26-27 the Apostle Paul instructs the believer how to navigate between the extremes of sinful anger and complacency while pointing to the gospel as the ultimate Christian...
God and God alone is the active agent in our salvation. Therefore all glory goes to Him for our redemption and deliverance from His wrath. An exposition of Ephesians 2:4.
An overview of the Puritans. Who they were, and what they believed.
Paul lays out in this text four Holy Spirit-empowered keys that are necessary to unlock the Christian life. These keys are the basis for fulfilling the ethical imperatives that make up the balance of the letter. An exposition of Romans 12:1-2.
Since preaching is one of the primary means of grace for the believer it is critical that we hear and heed the preached word. This message emphasizes three essential activities that we must practice so that we will make the most of the Sunday sermon.
Believers are immersed in Christ so that we may partake of His work on our behalf. In Christ, we have died, been buried, and raised again. This is the spiritual reality behind the symbolism of water baptism. A brief exposition of Romans 6:1-6 before our baptism service.