Sermons on Galatians
The next sermon in our series Contending for the Faith through Jude’s letter looking at how God’s people should deal with those that either passively or actively are teaching and acting in ways that go against God’s Word.
This stand alone sermon marks the end of Bob’s sabbatical toward the end of summer 2023 and shows us why we are to be poured into and how to pour out into others for the sake of the Gospel and the spread of God’s glory.
The second sermon in our series By faith going through Hebrews chapter 11 to continue understanding the importance and imperatives of walking by faith daily.
The next sermon in our series through John’s Gospel focusing on the person, work, and role of the Holy Spirit in the first half of chapter 16.
The final sermon in our series More Stories Jesus Told looking at the parable of the unforgiving servant and seeing the call on our lives to forgive daily those that hurt or offend us because of the great forgiveness believers have received in Christ.
This sermon for Good Friday, Easter 2022, focused on Galatians 6:14 and boasting only in the cross of Christ.
The next sermon in our series Encountering Jesus through John’s Gospel focusing again on the first eleven verses of chapter 15 looking at how staying rooted and connected to Christ daily helps us to bear all kinds of fruit that glorifies God.
This stand alone sermon on the day before Valentine’s Day 2022, focusing on the importance in marriage and all relationships of extravagant love, generous forgiveness, and enthusiastic encouragement all rooted in the person and work of Christ.
The next sermon in our series Encountering Jesus in John’s Gospel looking again at chapter 12 focusing on the true nature of Jesus’ kingship and as God’s Messiah for the world.
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 second sermon in our short series on Spiritual Warfare focusing on how and where to find strength in times of spiritual struggle and oppression.
It’s one of the most powerful, most dramatic scenes from the life of Jesus – the encounter between Jesus, the Pharisees and the woman caught in the act of adultery. What can we learn from this account about sin and grace? What’s the message of this story for us in 2020?
The next sermon in our series Encountering Jesus from John’s Gospel looking at Jesus call to be satisfied in him alone.