Bible Text: Jonah 1:17-2:10 | Speaker: Scott Anderson | Series: Jonah: The Prodigal Prophet | In our trials, we can either render ourselves defeated, or we can choose to acknowledge the reality that we desperately need God’s grace. This sermon looks at how it was not until Jonah came to the end of himself that he understood how greatly he …
“The more you understand the good that is in you because of Jesus, the more you will be able to do good to others.”
“We can never withhold forgiveness from others because God has never withheld forgiveness from us.”
Through looking at Peter’s failures as he tries desperately to love Jesus but denies him three times, we learn that the cross was for the purpose of restoring us and commissioning us. We fail Jesus every day, but he loves us and reminds us to leave our sin in the past because he has greater purpose for us. The cross …
Speaker: Jeff Noble | Good Friday was not good for the disciples, particularly Peter. For him, it was the culmination of weeks of frustration and failure. Would there be any recovery from being called “Satan” and denying Jesus?
Bible Text: Genesis 18: 16-33 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | Series: Created and Called | It is not a wonder that so many are judged. It is, however, a wonder that any are saved. It is only by God’s goodness and mercy. When He sees any seeking Him, He responds with abundant salvation and gracious patience.
Bible Text: Luke 7:36-50 | Speaker: Neal Nelson In Luke 7, Jesus encounters a woman who had experience self-righteous judgment from others. She offers Jesus tears of surrender. Learn how you can approach Jesus in freedom through surrender.
Bible Text: John 20 | Speaker: Jeff Noble Christians believe in the Resurrection – of course. But what would it look like to be a skeptic? In this message, we examine how Jesus treats those who are skeptical and those of faltering faith. His words to Paul in Acts 23:11 inform the message as Christians are urged to “take heart.” …
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