Sermons from Desert Hills Church in Phoenix, Arizona. Listen as Dr. Robb Brunansky exposits and preaches the word of God, with this weekly sermon feed.
Strengthened With Power In the Inner Man - Ephesians 3:14-16
Riches and power entice the world, and people of the world are willing to do virtually anything to obtain them. As Christians,
however, we have the ability to see the emptiness and vanity of worldly riches and power because we serve a God who is rich in
divine glory and power. He has promised to strengthen us with His power according to His glorious riches, but how can we receive
that promise? We’ll begin to consider that this Lord’s Day as we return to our study of Ephesians. I look forward to our time
together in God’s Word!
Bible Reading Plan 2021 - 1 Peter 2:1-3
As we begin a new year, one of the most important disciplines we can develop is regular Bible reading. Too often, however,
people who begin reading will find it difficult to sustain as the year progresses. How can we develop a consistent appetite for reading
God’s Word? And when we read it, how can we find our lives transformed by what the Bible says? I am excited to share what God’s Word says about itself as we gather for worship this Sunday.
Encouragement for Prayer - Matthew 7:7-11
Community Pastor Jason Crothers makes his first sermon at Desert Hills Bible Church.
As we have our annual 24 hour prayer vigil, he preaches on prayer. He gives encouragement to pray and how to combat hopelessness in prayer.
The Reason Jesus was Born - John 18:37
This week we light the fourth advent candle, the candle of love. Love is the heart of the Christmas story. God sent His Son into the
world because of His love, and Christ died for His people as an act of love for sinners (Romans 5:8). God’s love came to us in our lost and sinful condition, and His love came to us in a person, His Son, Jesus of Nazareth, who entered the world humbly, as a baby born in a manger.
The Certainty of God’s Eternal Purpose - Ephesians 3:11-13
This week is the third Sunday of Advent, so we light the candle of joy. Everyone who was drawn to Christ at His birth experienced immense joy. From the lowly shepherds to the magi from the east, joy was the theme of the first Christmas. Because of Jesus’ birth, life, death, and resurrection, we can experience true joy today through faith in Him as we await His second advent when we will have fullness of joy in His presence.
The Manifold Wisdom of God - Ephesians 3:9-10
This morning is the second Sunday of Advent, when we light the candle of peace. The birth of Jesus was God’s action to bring
peace to His people. Because of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection, all believers have peace with God. As we consider the second
Advent candle, we are reminded that we await the return of our Lord, when sin’s curse will be broken and His peace will reign
over all the earth.