An invisible, spiritual battle is raging all around us. While the thought of demons may scare us, Jesus proves He has authority and power over them. If we have Jesus, we do not have to fear the enemy.
Jesus’ miracle included another call for His disciples to follow Him. Jesus’ love keeps reaching and calling. May we respond to His call!
Through His third miracle, Jesus claimed to be God by healing on the Sabbath. He fully displayed His grace and power.
John 4 records Jesus’ second miracle. Jesus tests the faith of the nobleman and reveals that He can be trusted with our most treasured family.
While studying Jesus’ miracle of turning water into wine, it is easy to get distracted from the main point of this sign. Invariably, people begin to ask, “Can Christians drink alcoholic beverages?” Josh deals with this…
In this sermon, we launch our new preaching series on the Miracles of Jesus Christ by exploring the possibility and credibility of miracles. How does God use miracles?
As we celebrate Valentine’s Day tomorrow, Pastor Brad emphasizes God’s perfect love for us imperfect people. What marvelous love!
The first church was committed to Jesus Christ. Their commitments in life and faith flowed out of their highest commitment to Jesus. We explore what that looked like for the first church, and what that looks like for us…
Jesus used a powerful illustration to close His sermon on the mount. We either build our lives on the sand or on the rock. What is the foundation of your life built upon?
While it’s not a sin to initially ask God, “why?” if we stay in doubt, we will hinder what the Holy Spirit can do through us.