In this sermon, Dr. Bradley Truman Noel asks a pivotal question: who did Jesus come for? The answer shocked kings and religious leaders then, and still shocks us all today.
In this sermon, Pastor Lindsey Foster examines Matthew 2 to demonstrate how the wise still seek Jesus.
In this sermon, pastor Lindsey Foster examines the question: Why did Jesus come as a baby? In the following teaching he’ll show how Jesus became human to relate to our humanity.
In this sermon, pastor Lindsey Foster examines some simple truths about Jesus’ birth to kickstart your Christmas journey.
In this sermon, pastor David Kentie examines the story of Jesus’ transfiguration in Luke 9:28-36. He will show that this story is much more than Jesus revealing his glory. The transfiguration is about God revealing Jesus’ purpose as one who breaks the barriers between God and humanity, thus ending religion.
In this sermon pastor Lindsey Foster discusses the issue of fear and how those who follow Jesus can learn to cope through the hope that he gives.
In this episode pastor David Kentie examines how the Bible is divinely inspired. How did God transmit his message through the authors of the Old Testament and New Testament? Also, why are the works of ancient Biblical authors divinely inspired, but not the works of contemporary Christian authors (i.e. Andy Stanley, John Piper)? Check out […]
In this sermon, pastor Lindsey Foster unpacks Luke 10 to examine the reality of spiritual warfare.
In this episode pastor David Kentie examines the historical development of the Christian Bible. Was it the work of a crazy man in a cave, or the conspiracy of the Church? Also, what does it mean that Bible is inspired and authoritative? CHECK OUT OUR WEEKLY DEVOTIONAL (CLICK ON PDF).
In this sermon, Pastor Lindsey Foster examines Jesus’ claims to be “The Way, The Truth, and The Life” in John 14. This teaching will then focus on on how we should respond to such a bold claim within a pluralistic society.