If you were called before a draft board and had to defend your belief on military service what would you say? How convicted are you about what you believe?
An audio-visual overview of the Spring Pastoral Trip to French Africa, with some lessons we can learn from what is happening in the world.
To show how offerings are an essential part of our calling into a relationship with God…And the Holy Day Offering is in fact holy.
God formed man in His image. We understand that man has an incredible potential to be part of the family of God. What exactly do we mean by the expression "the incredible human potential."
A conflict that started in the womb is still with us today. Edom turned bitter. But what does that teach us as Christians in the twenty-first century?
A model prayer in the Old Testament teaches us many encouraging things about God's desire to bless His people.
Trust is probably at an all-time low in the world today. But what about among the people of God? Who do you trust? Should you trust anyone? Should anyone trust you? What positive effects of trust, and the negative effects of not having trust? And what is the single most important spiritual quality that assures we can have strong trust within the body of Christ?
Why must Christians be on a lifelong quest to build godly character? This year's Winter Family Weekend theme centered on godly character, and this sermon examines how the greatest spiritual battles of our lives are often fought internally, and they are won or lost in the arena of our character.
What is godliness? How is it manifested in our lives? Slowly but surely we are witnessing the death or destruction of godliness. And the Church is also affected.