Watch a wide selection of hour long sermons that were given on Sunday Morning.
Draw Near to God: The Attitude
Our greatest need is drawing near to God; but if we're going to draw near to God, we need to have the right attitude. What should be our attitude when we draw near to God?
Draw Near to God: The Danger
The Bible calls us to draw near to God but we also need to see the danger of drawing near to God. Have you ever truly considered who the God of the Bible is?
Draw Near to God: The Supreme Need
What is the answer to all of the unfulfilled desires that eat away at mankind? The supreme need for mankind is to draw near to God and to know Him.
A Call to Arise and Shine
We were once darkness but now we are light in the Lord. And we must remember that God wants us to shine as bright as we can in this dark world.
The Kingdom Not in Word, But in Power
We have to remember that the kingdom of God is not in word only but in the power of the Holy Spirit. May God keep us from thinking we can live the Christian life or minister to the world apart from the power of the Holy Spirit.
What Does the Church Need?
What does your church need in order to fulfill the Great Commission that Christ has given us? Do you need more money, more laborers, more boldness, more open doors?
A Prayer For Revival
Whenever we become spiritually dry, we need to seek the Lord and ask Him to revive us again. Have you declined from what you once were...
Standing in Evil Days
It is easy to stand in the days that are pleasant, but how many Christians are able to stand in the evil day? Each of us will face the evil day when we experience...
A New Year’s Sermon to Our Young People
Remember also your Creator in the days of your youth, before the evil days come and the years draw near of which you will say, "I have no pleasure in them".
How to Make the Best Use of Your Time
One of the hardest decisions we have to daily face as Christians is how to best use our time. We have so many choices to sort through and wrestle with.
The Failures of Old Testament Leaders
In this sermon, we look into the Old Testament and see that most of the good leaders start out well but finish badly, suffering moral failures later in their lives.