What does the Bible actually teach? How do those teachings hold up, centuries after it was written? And what does the Bible's words mean for us?
A Reason To Believe (Faith in God and Scripture)
Belief or disbelief – either choice comes with reasons. What are yours? If you believe in God (or if you don’t) you may be expected to give a reason for those views. But not everyone can. In this sermon, we consider some reasons for faith in God and His book.
Make A Joyful Noise (Even When Life Is Hard)
Have you had a bad week? A bad month? A bad year? If so, how do you respond when God’s word says to “make a joyful noise?” How do you respond with praise, when you are unhappy or depressed? How can you be joyous, when it seems like God is so far away? Click to … Continue reading Make A Joyful Noise (Even When Life Is Hard) →
Cremation Or Burial: What Does The Bible Say
Is cremation biblical? In 1960, only 4% of Americans were cremated. As of 2020, that number is 52%. Clearly, cremation is considered a viable option for those planning ahead. With that said, what does the Bible have to say on this topic? You may be surprised.
The War Of The Worldviews
Wars begin with words. It is words that shape our opinions and outcomes – words, semantics, and definitions form our “worldview.” But where do these words come from? And are their sources reliable? Click to learn more in this sermon on “The War Of The Worldviews.”
In These Last Days
Are these the last days? According to the author of Hebrews, yes. But in these last days, we are not left alone. In these last days, we do not have to guess about God’s plan. And that’s because in these last days, God has spoken through His Son.
Wind, Waves And The Drowning Man
Does it feel like you are drowning? For many of us, our present circumstances are so hard or unpleasant, that it feels like we’re drowning. We can’t seem to escape the situation that we’re in! If that’s you today, then click for this encouraging sermon from Jonah 2.