In this sermon, Pastor Phillip answers three important “Ask the Pastor” questions and then begins with a helpful introduction to our new sermon study in the book of 1 John. John writes and helps us remember what we do know in Christ to help us remain firm on our foundation.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Phillip focuses the time in the Word on 5 different “Ask the Pastor” questions that came from the congregation. Here are the questions that he addresses: Do you believe that modern day Christians have the clear warnings from God in His word and yet still respond the same way Judah did? […]
Pastor Phillip walks us through the vivid scene of Christ’s death and the miraculous events that occurred, particularly explaining the significance of the temple veil being torn in two. With this we see two vastly different men respond to the love and power of Christ in unique ways.
Many people have unsuccessfully tried to disprove the death of Jesus. In this sermon, Pastor Phillip not only shows us how Jesus truly did die but how important it is to remember the cruelty of the death of our Savior. This sermon is a somber reminder of the sacrifice that Christ made to redeem us […]
In continuation of our study “Lessons From the Book of Mark”, Pastor Phillip describes the incredible encounter that Jesus has with Pilate. In the discussion that ensues powerful themes of truth and the Kingdom of God are brought up and Pastor Phillip addresses them and helps us understand the importance of these subjects in our time.
In continuation from last week’s sermon, Pastor Phillip address the cultural phenomenon we are experiencing today and describes how the church is caving to the influences of our pagan world. In this week’s sermon, he also provides the remaining valuable points we need to raise our children for Christ in a world that is hostile […]
In this passage of scripture, we see how Jesus knew of Judas’ desire to betray Jesus. Understanding this, it is possible that He planed ahead of time to keep the Passover in a place unknown to Judas. Pastor Phillip helps us understand that even though Jesus mentioned that it would have been better for Judas […]