Inspiring weekly messages from Open Door Church.
A Voice Crying Out
John the Baptist lived a life of singular purpose and incredible power, but when asked who he was, preferred to be known simply as a voice for Jesus. There is no limit to the impact we can have when we take on the same mindset and live only to see the fame of Jesus increase.
This message was preached at Open Door Church on October 9, 2020.
Let There Be Light!
No matter how dark the world around us becomes, Jesus is the light that shines in the darkness and he cannot be overcome.
This message was preached at Open Door Church on October 2, 2020.
Let's Get Political!
Let's address the elephant in the room...if you go to church, it's likely there are people in your church who vote differently than you do and hold to very different political beliefs than you do. How do we keep the peace with our brothers and sisters, keep our eyes on what's most important, and be led by love even when disagree on important issues? This message hopes to answer those questions.
This message was preached at Open Door Church on September 27, 2020.
4 Things I Know About Anchors
The Bible tells us that Christ has given us a sure and steadfast anchor for our souls. In these topsy-turvy times it's more important than ever to know what this anchor is and how we can find hope in it.
This message was preached at Open Door Church on September 20, 2020.
Get Your Hands Up!
This Sunday we were honored to hear again from Brian Houston, Global Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church. We hope you enjoy this message. To learn more about Pastor Brian, please visit https://brianchouston.com.
This message aired during our online service on September 13, 2020.
Do You Want To Get Well?
This week we were blessed again to hear from our good friend, Pastor Mark Buckley, from Phoenix, Arizona. If you would like to know more about Mark's ministry, please visit him at www.markbuckleyministries.com.
This message aired during our online service on September 6, 2020.
I have been a member of the Open Door since 1975. It is wonderful to be able to have sermons online via this media- no need to collect CDs anymore. The sermons have always been right on- from the delivery on the CROSS, to SIN, to the Church's role in the community and the world. It is always beneficial to listen to these sermons again so as to ingrain the message into our heads that we are NOT our own… we belong to Christ (for all those who have made a profession of faith, and think, walk, talk, and practice His Word's. Thank you for setting this media up. I appreciate it.