Summary: God says that we are to be holy even as He is Holy, but how? Doesn't holiness mean perfection? And none of us are perfect! In this sermon study we will learn that holiness means sacred and separated or dedicated to God.
Summary: Change is difficult-it’s hard to sustain. There is much working against it so we need motivators and incentives to keep at it and stay the course. Daring to be differerent may not be easy but it's rewarding and it's what we're called to do as Christians.
Summary: God says, “come out from among them…”
Why? Because Jesus Christ came to redeem us from the world. Because our Heavenly Father is HOLY. Are we presenting the image of our Father in heaven (like Jesus Christ was), or are we presenting the image of the wor
Summary: The Woman asked the silver smith, "How do you know when the silver is fully refined?" He smiled at her and answered, "Oh, that's easy when I see my image in it." This day, I want to speak of the Refiners Fire.
Summary: Often we enter into partnerships without thinking of the consequences for either us or those that we influence. Though we are not to withdraw from this world, we need to be careful when we entangle ourselves in the values of this age. Today we examine bei
Summary: One of the greatest words in the human language is the word “relationship.” Some relationships we have are wonderful and give us life, while others are harmful. Just as radiation exposure can be hazardous to your health, there are some relationships that
Summary: Pastors have a difficult job in many ways, contrary to the 'He only works on Sundays' mindset many in the church have. Spiritual stress is unlike stress of any other kind. Link inc. to formatted text, audio, PowerPoint.
Summary: Know this - the formation of true holiness is a foundational part of preparing to prosper, of living in a way to enjoy God’s blessings.
The Word says, “Without holiness, no one will see (that is, know and live close to) the Lord!”
Summary: "Christmas Carol" style look at the Past, Present, and Future--remembering the birth, the life, the death, and then the ’breath’ of the Risen Christ! Leads well into communion. Link included to formatted text, handout, and PowerPoint.