Contributed on Apr 3, 2016
Acts 11:26 says that the disciples of Christ were first called “Christians” at Antioch. In fact, “Christian” is just 1 of many names for God's people in the New Testament. This sermon on the 1st and most fundamental name for God's people: “Believer."
Contributed on Apr 10, 2016
When the Bible uses a name common in everyday language, like “children,” it’s an object lesson of our relationship to God or something about our nature as believers. This sermon examines how believers of God’s children with practical applications.
Contributed on Apr 17, 2016
Once we believe in Jesus, we are saved from sin and become children of God. But believing is just the beginning of God’s plan. God wants us to become DISCIPLES. In Luke 14, Jesus teaches us three tests of discipleship.
Contributed on Apr 24, 2016
Part 2 of a sermon on the name for the people of God, "Disciple." This study discusses three characteristics of true disciples.
Contributed on May 1, 2016
Fifth in a series on Names for the people of God. Paul calls the Ephesians "faithful"---something we should all strive for.
Contributed on May 15, 2016
"Saint" is not a term always well understood. This term looks at this important Bible name for believers, and related words, like sanctification, holiness and dedication, and discusses the importance of biblical separation in the lives of God's people.
Contributed on Jun 5, 2016
Acts 11:26 says that believers were first called “Christians” at Antioch. What does “Christian” mean? How can we live up to our name of “Christian.” This is the final sermon in his series on “Names for the People of God.”