Sermons on Gospel Fruit
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 next sermon in our series Bearing Witness on helping our church have both the right message and right character to be full of grace and truth when we share the Gospel.
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.
The next sermon in our series, Encountering Jesus, continuing in John’s Gospel, focusing on the beginning of chapter 15 and examining the role of what it means for each of us to abide in Christ.
The next sermon in our series Encountering Jesus through John’s Gospel. This sermon focuses on the end of chapter 12 examining the difference between false faith and authentic faith in Christ.
This stand alone sermon with lots of practical ideas on how to share the good news of Jesus with friends, family, neighbors, and coworkers.
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.
The final sermon from our series in 2 Peter 1:3-11 that looks at the motivation and fuel for Gospel character growth.
In our ongoing series to start 2020 we continue to look at ways to graciously grow to be more like Jesus, focusing this week on loving other believers with brotherly affection.
The third installment in our Stories Jesus Told series looking at what kind of heart is needed for Gospel receptivity from Jesus’ parable of the sower and soils.