Weekly biblically-based sermons from Faithbridge church in Spring, Texas. Includes sermons from Founding Pastor Ken Werlein, Steve Carter, Timothy Ateek, and more.
DAN SLAGLE // How To Be Human. Pastor Dan continues our new series, “How To Be Human: A Fresh Look at the Ten Commandments”. While the concept of “truth” seems anything but objective in our world, the Bible teaches us that there is an ultimate Truth — and in that Truth, we are set free. Pastor Dan examines the ninth commandment, “You Shall Not Lie”, through the lens of Jesus’ words in John 8.
KEN WERLEIN // September 12, 2021 – Founding Pastor Ken Werlein kicks off our new series “How To Be Human: A fresh look at the 10 Commandments.” Beginning with #7, Ken introduces the topic of “adultery” and the sin at its root: lust. And while lust and sexual sin may run rampant in our world for men and women alike, hope is found in the saving and restoring grace of Jesus.
Content Advisory: This sermon contains mature themes.
DAN SLAGLE // September 5, 2021 – There’s no stopping the painful things that come our way, but we don’t have to go through them alone. Care and Prayer Pastor teaches from the story of the paralyzed man who’s friends’ faith healed him, to show us how having community can have such a big impact on our lives.
KEN WERLEIN // August 29, 2021 – How you live your life for Christ is about being available for the Lord’s using. Founding Pastor Ken Werlein uses a passage from 1 Peter to show us our importance in serving the body of Christ.
KEN WERLEIN // August 22, 2021 – What do you reach for when things get tough? When you get the bad news, when the relationship falls a part, when the dream crashes down, or when you just can’t “move forward” — what do you turn to first? Pastor Ken unpacks the miraculous story presented in Acts 16 and challenges us to consider the true object of our worship.
The Thing Beneath The Thing
STEVE CARTER // August 15, 2021 – Bible Teacher Steve Carter uses the story of Esther to help us discern those things in our lives that keep us from living out the joy, peace, and purpose for which God created us. Esther 3:2-15