Sermons by Brad Davis
Jesus described future events to His disciples in Mark 13. The Suffering Servant will return as the Victorious Lord of Lords and King of Kings!
Jesus is the ultimate victor, but His pathway to victory is not like anyone would have expected.
The last half of Mark 9 records how Jesus’ love reached to the fringes of humanity and to greater depths than ever before.
In Mark 7, we see a truth that links each part of this chapter together: inward faith in Jesus produces outward results from Jesus. Whether in His teaching or healing ministry, Jesus demonstrates this truth forcibly.
A demon-possessed man, a woman sick for twelve years, and a dead twelve year old girl were all radically healed and transformed by Jesus. If he can change them, he can change your life too!
Pastor Brad shares how he saw a different side of Jesus in the home-going of his mother.
Mark 2 teaches us that Jesus is Lord of every area of life. Is He Lord of your life?
On this July 4th, we learn the origin of the phrase that became a rallying cry among early Americans, “No King but Jesus.” We understand that the biblical worldview shaped the founding of our nation and is the key for the future of our nation. May we serve no king but King Jesus!
As we conclude our “Walk Through the Word” series on each book of the Bible, Pastor Brad preaches on Revelation 1-6. Jesus is extending an invitation to come to Him before the rapture of the church. Are you ready to meet…
John gave practical, godly advice for the Christian Home and the Church in 2 and 3 John.