Last week was a lie. I have to confess that to you. I lied to you last week and made you believe that everything was alright. That life was normal. I tweeted and posted to keep up the facade of "business as usual," when it was anything but that.
A sermon from Ephesians 5 on the dark side versus the light, and how the Christian is remade to live in and with the Light of the World.
A sermon from Luke 14 on the cost of following Jesus.
A sermon from Galatians 5 that dives into the second to last fruit of the Spirit, meekness, and reveals that it is not weakness, it's knowing where your true strength lies.
We come now to the 22nd stanza and the end of this 119th Psalm, throughout which the writer has been adamant about both God's heart to save and man's heart to wander.
A sermon from Joshua 10 on one of the most miraculous days ever recorded, a day that marvelously shows God's sovereignty and sufficiency throughout history.
In this edition of the Ministry Minded Podcast, I'm joined by church planter, David Morse. David longs for the people of Portland, Maine to be renewed and restored by the recovery of the grace of the gospel.
A sermon from Galatians 5 on how the God the Spirit works faith in us by constantly showing and reminding us how faithful God the Father is.
Whenever preachers get up to speak about the topic of love, they usually go to passages like 1 Corinthians 13. They are apt to do so — for there, under the Spirit's design and influence, the apostle Paul gives the Christian the most complete view of love we've ever been given. The chapter covers all the facets of love, leaving us to forever plumb the deep meanings of this beautiful passage.
In this episode, I'm joined by writer and speaker Tullian Tchividjian to talk about the truth of God's stubborn grace for wrecks and rebels.