1 John 5:1-5
Isaiah 12:1-6 In Isaiah 12, the prophet tells us there will definitely be a reason to celebrate.
Proverbs 24:16-22 Proverbs 24 tells us what will become on the wicked but also how we are to deal with the wicked.
Proverbs 16:1-9 If we follow God, we will know where we’re going…and the road will be much more pleasant if we invite God along for the ride.
Proverbs 6:16-19 From the scriptures, we are told over and over again that God is a God of love and compassion. But we are also told that there are things and people that God hates. So how do we reconcile a loving God who also hates?
Proverbs 11:1-11 God wants us to be righteous. We want to be righteous. But according to Romans 3:10 NO ONE is righteous. So what are we supposed to do with that?
Proverbs 15:1-8 What we say matters. How we use our words matters. Proverbs 15 gives us some incite into the wise use of the tongue form God’s perspective.
Proverbs 9:10 This sermon begins a series on wisdom from the book of proverbs. “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom.”
Revelation 21:1-8 The book of Revelation has been and will always be the most controversial book in the Bible and it can be difficult to understand but the central message is clear.
Acts 20:14-24 The book of Acts still continues and it is the story of the church. Are you ready to give it all to Jesus?
Acts 9:10-20 With people like Paul spreading the gospel the early church was unstoppable.
Acts 2:36-47 It was a very exciting time for those early Christians. Can it be just as exciting for us now?
Sometimes life can become overwhelming leaving us wondering if we’ll ever be okay again. That’s the way the disciples of Jesus felt on Saturday but thankfully everything changed on Sunday.
“the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.” 1 Cor. 1:18
Luke 9:18-27 One of the most important questions all people need to answer is who is Jesus?
Matthew 7:28-29 From the beginning of Jesus’ ministry it was obvious that He was no ordinary man.
John 4:1-26 Through this conversation we are given some incite into how to see things from Jesus’ perspective.
John 1:1-14 Jesus came “to that which was his own but his own did not receive him.” The question is why not?
From God’s instruction through the prophet Malachi, we learn some key elements needed to have a successful relationship.
Esther 4:1-14 What keeps you from doing what God has called you to do?
Haggai 1:1-7 Learning what can happen when we put God second.
1 Peter 2:11-12 One of the most difficult challenges we face is staying faithful in a world that seems to be increasingly hostile to Christians and Christian values.
Jeremiah 29:4-14 Grace means nothing if we don’t think we need it.
1 Kings 19:14-21 In today’s text we meet a man who was sold out for God.
1 Kings 12:1-19 We make dozens of decisions everyday and with every decision we either reap the benefits or suffer the consequences.
Ecclesiastes 1:1-11 What is the meaning of life? The answer can be found in Ecclesiastes.
Psalm 51:1-17 We may all sin and fall short of the glory of God but the good news is that we can recover from sin-sickness.
1 Samuel 13:13-14 What does it mean to be a person after God’s own heart?
1 Samuel 15:10-23
Ruth 1:15-21 There may be times in our life where we feel that God has abandoned us, but as we learn in the book of Ruth, if we trust God, He can turn our tragedy into triumph.
Joshua 24:14-24 “As for me and my house we will serve the Lord”
God wants to be in a relationship with us and has gone through a lot of effort to make that happen.
Moses asks God what His name is and God says, “I AM WHO I AM”. But what does that mean?
Genesis 39-50 We don’t usually equate power with meekness but in Joseph’s story in Genesis we see that exact thing happening.
Genesis 12-33 For any personal relationship to be successful each person in the relationship needs to know their part in the relationship and each needs to be doing their part.
Genesis 1-11 This morning we begin a journey through the Bible. This is God’s story; It is our story; It is the greatest story ever told.
Mark 16:15-16 We need to pay close attention to what Jesus says about the purpose of the church and then make sure we are being effective in that purpose.
Mark 16:9-14 Whether in the first century or now the question is why won’t they believe?
Sundays are great and some are even greater than others, but no matter how awesome Sunday is we still have to get through the rest of the week.
Mark 16:1-8 The resurrection is about history being stood on its ear by the power of God so that nothing would ever be the same again.
Mark 15:33-41 If you were there when Jesus was crucified, how near to the cross would you have been?
Mark 15:16-32 While Jesus hung on the cross, the religious leaders mocked Him by saying, “He save others, but He can’t save Himself.” But that was a false conclusion because He could have saved Himself.
Mark 15:1-15 “Let your conscience be your guide” At the core of this proverbial saying is the idea that our consciences will never be wrong. The problem is that’s not always so.
Mark 14:66-72 Just because you fail doesn’t mean you have to be a failure.
Mark 14:53-65 Things that effect a person’s decision as to what they will do with Jesus.
Mark 14:43-52 What others think about us may not have much effect, but what we think about ourselves can shape who we are and who we become.
Luke 2:21-38 If you want God to make a difference with your life, you’ve got to DECIDE you want him to do that.
Luke 1:46-55 Of all the Christmas songs none are any better or more heartfelt than the very first Christmas song, Mary’s Song.
Mark 14:32-42 This kind of prayer Jesus is praying is the kind we pray when our lives have been turned upside down and our hearts are breaking.
Mark 14:12-31 In this passage, Jesus tells His disciples some things they need to hear but may not have wanted to hear.
Mark 14:1-11 Have you ever stopped to think what a difference it would make if we became as enthusiastic about Jesus as we have been about other things.
Mark 12:41-44 So what makes an offering to God “smell good”? The key is found in Mark 12:41-44.
Mark 12:28-34 From the depths of our hearts, we ask God: “What do we really need to do to please you? What is most important to God?
Mark 12:13-17 Jesus said to, “give to God what is God’s,” but the question is what exactly is God’s and what do I do to give Him what is His.
Mark 12:1-12 In this parable, we will be Amazed at the character of God, Warned by the failure of God’s people and Encouraged to bear fruit.
Mark 11:20-26 Is God’s grace big enough to transform my hatred into forgiveness? Can I forgive the one who has caused the biggest scar in my soul?
Mark 11:12-19 In this passage in Mark’s gospel we get a different portrait of Jesus than what we like to see. We learn what makes Jesus good and mad.
Mark 11:1-11 A question all people need to be asking themselves is, “Who is this Jesus?” The rest of your life will depend on who you believe Him to be and then what you do with that information.
Mark 10:46-52 Many of us face disabling problems throughout our lives. Problems that seem to have no solution. Leaving us sitting by the side of the road. We need help. We need guidance. We need to be delivered.
Mark 10:13-16 In this passage, Jesus teaches his disciples a lesson on who is welcome in the kingdom of God.
Mark 9:41-50 In this passage, Jesus uses some very strong language and vivid, disturbing imagery to warn people to keep from stumbling.
Mark 9:33-41 Who is great in the kingdom of God? Can anyone be great in God’s kingdom? Jesus has the answers.
Mark 9:14-32 “I do believe, help me overcome my unbelief.”
Mark 9:2-10 Life can be full of mountain top moments when we suddenly see something clearly for the first time. Often times struggling with something for a long time, even when the truth is right there in front of us.
Mark 8:27-38 What will eternal life cost me?
Mark 8:1-21 Like the disciples, why do we have such a hard time trusting that God will supply all our needs? And how can we learn to believe in Him more?
Mar 7:24-30 Life is full of obstacles that can keep us from attaining our goals. In this lesson, we learn how to stay focused in life so that we can finish strong.
Mark 7:1-23 What Jesus has to day about traditions.
Mark 6:45-56 Sometimes we wonder where God is when we are facing the storms of life.
Mark 6:30-44 In this lesson, we learn how to deal with problems even when they seem too big to handle.
Mark 6:7-13 In our text this morning, Jesus sends out the 12 on a mission with some specific rules of engagement.
Mark 6:1-6 In this lesson, we get some insight into how to deal with rejection.
Mark 5:21-43 It is not uncommon for people to turn to Jesus when tragedy comes into their lives, what this passage shows is that Jesus is ready and available to meet your needs.
Mark 5:1-20 In this life, people can be consumed by their “inner demons” feeling like there is no escape from them. But the good news is there is an answer in how to deal with demons.
Mark 4:35-41 In our text this morning we have an example from the first century of the effects of fear and anxiety and how we can overcome them.
Jesus tells us about the worst and best kinds of heart conditions here in Mark 4:1-20.
Mark 3:1-35 From the moment Jesus appeared here on earth, people have had to make a choice as to what they will do with Him. So, what will you do with Jesus?
In chapter 2 through chapter 3 verse 6 in Mark’s gospel he has grouped together five incidents where Jesus is being challenged by the religious leaders of the time. As Jesus responds to these challenges we are given insight into how we can meet challenges.
Mark 2:13-17 How do you see yourself? How do you see others? And how does that compare with what Jesus sees?
Mark 2:1-12 Four friends make it a priority to bring a friend to Jesus. What is of first priority in your life?
Mark 1:40-45 In this passage in Mark’s gospel is a story that illustrates how Jesus feels about people that the rest of the world would rather avoid.
Mark 1:29-39 Jesus didn’t waste any time is starting his ministry and teaching these new followers along the way just what is needed to be a disciple of Christ.
John 14:18-20 The resurrection of Jesus was a turning point in the history of mankind. So let’s talk about what the resurrection means to us today.
Mark 1:21-28 As we continue our series in the gospel of Mark, we see why it is important to allow Jesus to have authority over our decisions, our possessions and our lives.
Mark 1:14-20 The example of the disciples points out the truth that if you want to follow Jesus, it will mean you are going to have to leave something behind. For the disciples it was their nets.
Mark 1:9-13 Jesus came for some very specific reasons. In this passage in Mark’s gospel we will see what He came for and why.
Mark 1:1-11 In this lesson, we learn how John the baptizer prepared the way for the Lord then and how we can prepare the way for the Lord now!
Jude 1:17-23 To help keep the church from being misled, Jude now gives them instruction on how they can build themselves up.
Jude 1:8-16 In this passage, Jude will give the church insight into how to tell the good guys from the bad guys.
Jude 1:1-7 Jude wants the church to understand that when they fail to “contend for the faith” (God’s truth) there will be consequences.
Jude 1:1-4 Our spiritual life is just as susceptible as our physical lies. Jude is writing this letter because the church has been infected and they don’t seem to know it.
3 John 1:1-14 In the apostle John’s letter to a dear friend, we get dome insight into the kinds of people that made up the early church.
In this passage, the apostle John will give the church four preventative measures to help them stay healthy spiritually.