Sermons on Ephesians
The final sermon in our series on Spiritual Warfare in early 2021 focusing on how Christians are called to pray in ways that help equip and protect them from the enemy’s schemes.
In this next installment of our sermon series on Spiritual Warfare from Ephesians 6, we look at why and how we use God’s Word, the sword of the Spirit.
The next installment in our sermon series on spiritual warfare focusing on the benefits Christ’s salvation gives the believer in guarding his heart and mind.
The next installment in our Spiritual Warfare sermon series in early 2021 focusing on how faith in Christ is protective for the individual and the community.
This is the 7th installment in our sermon series on Spiritual Warfare from Ephesians 6 focusing on the readiness that the Gospel of peace gives God’s people.
Continuing our sermon series in Ephesians 6 looking at the armor of God and our need for it every day focusing on the breastplate of righteousness.
This is the fifth installment of our short series in early 2021 on Spiritual Warfare from Ephesians 6 focusing this week on the putting on the belt of truth.
The fourth sermon in our series on spiritual warfare in early 2020 focusing this week on uncommon ways that our enemy seeks to derail God’s purposes and plans.
The third sermon in our series on spiritual warfare in January 2021 focusing on knowing the names, schemes, and the nature of the enemy of our souls.
The first sermon in a short series to start 2021 on Spiritual Warfare.
The second sermon in a 3 part series titled Jesus, Politics, & the Gospel focusing on how to talk to political opponents or in any disagreements in a God-honoring way.
We are in John 5 looking at how Jesus responded to charges from the Jewish authorities in His day that He was teaching people to violate God’s law. We’ll see why His response made the leaders so angry with Jesus that they wanted to see Him dead.
Part 4 of our 4-week series on Godly parenting looking at how to build strong, healthy relationships with each other and our kids.