Sermon Series
  • 1. Which Way?

    Contributed on Jan 30, 2023

    There's only two options open to us...the narrow way which leads to eternal life, or the wide way which leads to eternal death. Heaven or hell. Which will it be?

    Mat 7:13-14 Do you know what any good preacher does when he begins to wind down his sermon? He tries to pull together everything he has already said and guide his audience to his ultimate goal of bringing them to a decision. For the Christian preacher, the decision he is leading his audience more

  • 2. Beware The Wolves

    Contributed on Jan 30, 2023

    We still have false teachers and phony prophets who are infiltrating the Church.

    A few weeks ago, a UPS driver came up to my door to drop off a package. As usual, my dog Napoleon started barking and going nuts. (He’s my mailman alarm system) So, when he started barking, I went into the front room and opened the door just enough to let myself out to receive the package, when more

  • 3. How To Grow In Kingdom Character

    Contributed on Jan 30, 2023

    If you want to grow in kingdom character then you must pray for it, pray persistently for it, pray in faith for it, and imitate God's love.

    Throughout the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus has been teaching his disciples the principles for kingdom living. He began with the beatitudes, which describes the characteristics of someone who is truly born again, and they’re progression toward godliness. They come to the Lord poor in spirit, more

  • 4. Weather The Storm

    Contributed on Feb 13, 2023

    Jesus is making His final appeal. Many of those who were listening to Him believed, but many didn't. When adversity comes our way, is your foundation built on the solid rock or sand?

    The Sermon on the Mount 25 Weather the Storm Mat 7:24-27 Guess what folks? We’re at the end of the Sermon on the Mount! Jesus originally preached this message to willing and anxious ears. They sat quietly through His sermon which even though it may have taken Him only an hour or two, we have been more