Watch a wide selection of hour long sermons that were given on Sunday Morning.
Don’t Doubt That Jesus Can Forgive You
Jesus showed by the works that He did that He can forgive sins. If you want to be saved, you must not doubt that Jesus has the power to forgive sins...
Why Do People Reject Jesus Christ?
Jesus Christ was rejected by the Jews as their Messiah when He walked on this earth. But people are still rejecting Him today, and not only rejecting...
You and Your Bible, Church, and Blind Spots
This four-part series contains the following sermons: 1) You and Your Bible, 2) You and Your Church 3) You and the Holy Spirit 4) You and Your Blind Spots.
One God and Father
The Bible declares three distinct persons to be God (Father, Son, Holy Spirit), but we need to remember that the Bible gives primacy to the Father.
No Longer Perishing in Futility
As Christians, we are called to no longer walk the way we did when we were lost; to no longer walk as this dark world walks.
Speaking the Truth in Love
And one of the primary joints that will hold us together is speaking the truth in love to one another.
No Longer Children
Christ wants us to grow up into His stature; to grow in the faith and in the knowledge of Him. In order to do this, we must not remain as unstable children who don't know what we believe.
Christian, You Are in the Ministry
Ministry is not at all limited to the pastors in the church, but rather the role of the pastors is to equip the members in the church for ministry.
Christ’s Gifts to Men
We’re called to unity, but not uniformity. We must be unified in the foundations of Christianity, but we must not think that all of us must be exactly the same. Christ gave us unity...
And yet when Paul is declaring foundational doctrines of our Christian unity, one of the things he includes is “one baptism”.
What does Paul mean when he talks about “one faith”? Is he talking about the subjective faith of individuals or the objective body of truth contained...
One Body, One Spirit, One Hope
As Christians, we're called to unity, but not unity at any price. Our unity is centered around Jesus Christ.