In this sermon, Pastor Phillip gives a helpful introduction to the Olivet Discourse where Jesus discusses the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem. Given that much discussion and debate surrounds this passage of Scripture, Pastor Phillip takes us through the context of the current temple in Jerusalem at the time of Jesus making this pronouncement. […]
Pastor Phillip gives a message straight from the heart. His sermon deals with spiritual warfare which many in our fellowship are dealing with currently. He helps us recognize that instead of backing out or running away when we recognize the attack of Satan, we can have the victory in Christ by submitting to Him, seeking […]
This Mother’s day, Pastor Phillip expounds upon the unique character of God that is displayed through the tenderness, love, and care that a mother gives towards her children. Whether it is protection, a loving embrace, deep care, or a rescue from a dangerous situation, Psalm 91 shows us the outpouring of love that God gives […]
HE IS RISEN! – HE IS RISEN INDEED! This Easter celebration is something that we all have the opportunity to celebrate every single Sunday. Pastor Phillip reminds us of this in today’s sermon. However, on this day, we take set aside the time to celebrate the day our Lord was raised from the dead and that […]
Pastor Phillip illustrates how Jesus was warning the Jews of the events to come through this example of the fig tree and its withering away at His command. God has been desiring the fruits of repentance unto life from His people but they continued to resist. Connecting this to our own lives, Pastor Phillip helps […]
Here in Mark 10:32-45, Jesus addresses two different issues. One is the clouded perspective that the disciples had regarding His death, resurrection, and the Kingdom He would establish. The second is the disciples’ desire to put themselves first. Pastor Phillip shows us how important it is to grasp these two teachings of Christ because of […]
In this week’s message, Pastor Phillip addresses the question surrounding interpretation of Mark 10:25 and Jesus’ intention to show his disciples and us the necessity of living our lives with an open hand to the Lord.