Big things capture our attention, don’t they? Something extravagant was expected for the birth of the Messiah, but that is not the way that God made it happen. Why? Senior Minister Dan Toney looks at how God’s upside-down way of doing things “small” has made a huge impact on the world.
Jesus was not the kind of king that Israel thought they were going to have as Messiah. This message examines who the Jewish people anticipated and how Jesus challenged their thinking.
This final sermon from the series “God Can Use Everyone” introduces us to Priscilla and Aquila, a married couple who were instrumental in helping Paul with his ministry in the early church.
Onesimus was a slave that made some poor choices before coming to know Christ. This sermon examines Paul’s words to Philemon, the former owner of Onesimus, in the third message of the series, “God Can Use Everyone.”
The Bible doesn’t record a single word of Tabitha (also known as Dorcas), but God used this woman mightily. See what we have to learn from this largely unknown disciple of Jesus in this message from the “God Can Use Everyone” series.
Many of us know Barnabas from scripture only because he traveled with Paul, but we can learn a lot from him. This first message of the series, “God Can Use Everyone” examines the life of Barnabas.
We wrap up this Sermon on the Mount series with the story of the wise builder and the foolish builder. How do we live our lives like the wise man, choosing to build our faith on the Rock?