How Great is Your Love for God? [Podcast]

Luke 7:36-50

God’s grace is favor we didn’t earn. The more we realize our sin, the more we appreciate God’s grace.

In truth, God’s grace was bigger than you thought. When Jesus Christ died on the cross April 3, AD 33 He took all of your sins upon Himself– all– not most, not just the ones you confess, not just the ones that are socially acceptable, but all of your sins.

The more you appreciate God’s grace, the more love you show to God.

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Is the Bible a Loose Canon? [Podcast]

How do we know the Bibles we have contain all God wants us to read? What about the so-called “lost” books of the Bible? Is the Apocrypha part of Scripture? Why should we even care?

This message explains why the books of the Bible are what they are—and why we can have confidence that we have the complete Word of God.

Luke 11:50-51; 3:16; John 16:12-13; 2 Thessalonians 2:1-2; 2 Peter 1:3-4; Jude 3-4; Revelation 22:18-21

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A Wonderful Life [Podcast]

Exodus 4:11; Psalm 139:13-16; Luke 7:36-50

At its root, abortion is not a political issue but a moral and philosophical one.

Is the question, “Does a person have the right to choose?” or is the issue, “When does life begin?”

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When God Doesn’t Answer Your Prayers [Podcast]

Luke 11:1-13

In any relationship, communication is essential. In our relationship with God, He communicates to us through His Word—and we communicate to Him through prayer.

But what about when He doesn’t answer?

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The Holy Spirit of Christmas Past [Podcast]

Luke 1:26-38

When God wants to impact our lives today, He uses His Holy Spirit.

Just as occurred that first Christmas, with the Holy Spirit “coming upon” Mary, so the Spirit of God has come upon believers today,  empowering them to respond as Mary did– with obedience and faith.

How to Grow Like Jesus [Podcast]

Luke 2:52

As we look toward a new year, what better person could we find than Jesus as a model for growth? Jesus grew in all areas: intellectually, physically, spiritually, and socially.

His example shows us how to make this new year one in which we determine to grow–just as He did.