Sermons on Gospel
The last sermon in our series Bearing Witness looking at the simplicity of what is central to the Gospel and how that leads to simple sharing.
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.
This stand alone sermon from Dr. Landon Dowden following our men’s retreat in 2022 focusing on how the Gospel changes not only our hearts and lives but also our relationships in marriage and parenting.
The next sermon in our Encountering Jesus series through John’s Gospel focusing on the end of chapter 13 and looking at the importance of both the bad and good news of the Gospel.
This stand alone sermon from Romans 12 looks at how the Gospel helps us worship, be transformed, learn to be discerning, and avoid the pitfalls of worldliness as we help any and all that God entrusts to us to help.
This stand alone sermon with lots of practical ideas on how to share the good news of Jesus with friends, family, neighbors, and coworkers.
This stand alone sermon from Philippians 4 looking at how we can all search for and find true contentment in the Gospel alone.
Dedication Sunday in our new building starting off with the reminder that the Lord does not dwell in places built by human hands but in the hearts and lives of his redeemed people.
The next sermon in our series in 1 John looking at how the love of God compels all true believers to love others, especially their brothers and sisters in Christ.
The next sermon in our sermon series in 1 John. Today we looked at the importance of Gospel love to show the world the love of Christ.
This stand-alone sermon helped us to see what real faith believes and produces in times of blessing and difficulty.
Part 4 on our sermon series looking at the parables of Jesus. This looked at the parable of the rich man and Lazarus and what it really takes to spend eternity with God.
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.
Continuing our study of Esther, a look at how knowing who we are in Christ changes what we honor, how we endure, and how we engage with others.
A look at how to live authentic faith in light of an increasingly hostile culture.
Have you ever been truly afraid? How did you deal with it? What does Jesus have to do with calming our fears? A sermon in our Luke series showing how the greatness of Jesus can assuage our fears.
A look at the compromises we can all make a drawing from the example of Esther in the Persian culture.