One term people shy away from is the term religion. Is religion bad or does it just have a bad connotation because of the empty nature of most people’s display of religion? What does the Bible say about it? In the book of Luke while reading the Christmas story in Chapter 2, we see the […]
In this sermon, Pastor Nathan walks through the prayer prayed by the disciples after they had been released from prison and warned by the religious leaders not to speak about the name of Christ. This prayer is a model for us as we experience the trials of life and the persecution of living for Christ […]
Today’s message focuses on Peter’s sermon in Acts 2 where he references multiple Old Testament scriptures that prophecy of God establishing the throne of David forever through the Messiah. Pastor Phillip takes us through these passages and explains their importance and the significance of Peter using them to convict his audience that they had killed […]
In today’s message, Pastor Phillip goes into depth discussing Peter’s sermon in Acts 2 where he quotes the prophecy from Joel and helps us understand the apocalyptic language used in biblical prophecy. This is an instrumental message in understanding why this prophecy from scripture is so important to Peter’s message.
In this message, Pastor Nathan explores the messages proclaimed around the time of Christ’s birth and emphasizes the need we have to remember and celebrate every day the reason that Christ came to earth.
In this final message on the Olivet Discourse, Pastor Phillip shows how Jesus used apocalyptic language similar to Old Testament prophets to warn of the judgement of God. This sermon gives us a fresh understanding of the view that in this discourse, Jesus is prophesying the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.D.
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. […]