Contributed on Oct 27, 2008
The message examines the relationship of Christianity to the postmodern culture.
America finds itself in the middle of a revolution in thinking which is greatly impacting virtually every aspect of life. The term used to describe our present culture is “postmodern.” If you look very closely you will soon discover that this mindset is the guiding spirit of our times. ...read more
Contributed on Nov 4, 2008
This message looks at the level of commitment that Jesus expects out of His followers.
Americans have developed a softer view of commitment in regard to the church. George Barna after nearly twenty-five years of collecting and studying spiritual data and trends believes that the statistics show that Americans are showing a much more limited commitment to faith. Barna explained. ...read more
Contributed on Nov 18, 2008
This message examines the basis for how we make moral decisions.
The postmodern worldview has plunged our culture into an authority crisis. This crisis is not confined to the area of religious faith but is visible in every single area of life. Parental authority, marital authority, political authority, academic authority, and ecclesiastical authority are all ...read more
Contributed on Nov 24, 2008
this message examines how to remain thankful despite living in a culture that feels its entitled to what it has.
How many of you would agree that we live in a thankless society? The majority of our culture lives with an attitude of entitlement. We feel we are entitled to better pay, better benefits and more stuff. We feel if we cannot afford it, the government should pick up the check. We have basically ...read more
Contributed on Dec 1, 2008
This message examines the necessity for Christians not to conform to the world.
These words were scribbled on the tomb of an Anglican bishop in the crypts of Westminster Abbey..."When I was young and free and my imagination had no limits, I dreamed of changing the world. As I grew older and wiser, I discovered the world would not change so I shortened my sights somewhat and ...read more