Sermons and songs won’t change our lives. It’s when we meet the living God face-to-face that everything changes.
Selected Text: John 4:4-42, 2 Corinthians 5:17, Romans 12:1
Whether we like it or not, fathers shape our lives. Mitchell Bradford speaks about the heart of our Heavenly Father, and what that means for us.
Selected Text: Ephesians 1, 1 John 3, Zephaniah 3:17, John 14
Fame is, at some level, something that appeals to most people. But the truth is, our desire for fame is simply a desire to be seen, heard, and valued by people. However, our purpose isn’t to be famous; rather, it is to make Him famous.
As we follow Jesus, the truth is that we’re all following the same person, but we’re not all following the same path. But frankly, we often get distracted by someone else’s path along the way. How do we stay focused on our own path?
Selected Text: John 21:17-25, Proverbs 16:9, John 14:6
The truth about following Jesus is that it can be difficult, hard, challenging, and downright frustrating. But are you willing to give up your comfort to follow Him?
Selected Text: John 4
Christians say that God loves people. So would a loving God really send people to Hell?
Selected Text: John 3:16, Romans 5:8-9, Romans 6:23, Ezekiel 18:23
Followers of Jesus claim that God is good. But with school shootings, murders, natural disasters, and wars consuming the news, our world around us seems overwhelmed by chaos and evil. How could a good God allow this?
Selected Text: Romans 1:20 & 8:18-25, John 16:33, Ephesians 2:1-5
There’s a war going on in your soul, it’s a war of conflicting voices. There’s a voice shouting at you trying to get your attention so that it can steal your life, and then there’s the voice of Jesus guiding you into abundant life. Which voice are you listening to?
Selected Text: John 10:1-10, Genesis 3:8-13