Summary: This is an adaptation of a sermon shared Oct. 2000 by Brian Bill that builds upon 6 statements of purpose that he identifies in the writings of Paul. When actualized, these purposes provide meaning to life regardless of age or difficulty of circumstances.
Summary: God has a specific purpose for your life. It is that you come to know Him intimately and enjoy His presence in a relationship that is deeply personal and satisfying. This glorifies Him when you know Him in such a way!
Summary: In Colossians 1:15–19, Paul reveals our Lord’s true identity by viewing Him in relation to three things: 1) The Father (Colossians 1:15), 2) The Universe (Colossians 1:16-17), and 3) The Church (Colossians 1:18-19).
Summary: Atheism is growing in America, due to the universal teaching of evolution. The church must counter this with strong evidence of the impossibility and contradictions of it. Here is a compiling of the latest juggernauts against the hoax of evolution.
Summary: Christ the King Sunday. The sermon completes the journey from the manger to the cross. The heart of Christianity points to the cross for forgiveness. A poem "They Missed Him" is included from Rev. Zengale's sermon. Theme: Compassion, Mediator & Redeemer
Summary: Everyday, we face powers and temptations that urge us to downplay Jesus' significance for our lives. But Jesus is the firstborn of creation and the firstborn from the dead, the sole source of redemption; the blueprint for the genuine humanness which is on offer through the gospel.