St Paul’s letter to the Romans is likely his “systematic theology”. It is loaded with truth, but is also a guide for daily practical living.
Building on his previous sermon two weeks before, Jim Scullion draws on Paul’s letter to the Romans to describe our justification by God through Jesus Christ.
A common question raised when someone first truly comes to grips with the gospel of Jesus Christ is the question of fairness. That is the subject of Sunday’s sermon with Jim Scullion.
Following up on his two prior sermons this year, Pastor Mike narrowed in on the question “What is the Gospel?” A question which we all benefit from by having a clear answer.
This sermon is Pastor Larry’s last in a series on the Christian faith: How do we persevere to the end? Pastor Larry finds comfort and help for us all in Romans 8. (Sorry but we had technical problems the first half of the talk, so the recording picks up about half way through.)
Does living the Christian life really matter? Pastor Alan outlines from Romans why it does, and how it does.
If you want a primer on the basic problem of the human race you could do much worse than this sermon by Pastor Larry Oldaker. Humanity has a sin problem. And it is much worse than most of us really want to admit it is.
The church in America does not hold the “favored” place it once did. Pastor Alan shared some statistics to support that contention. He then asked: Why? Why has the church lost the appeal to so many in our nation, and what is God’s design to make the church beautiful to those both inside and out?