Since 1980, Worship Anew, headquartered in Fort Wayne, Ind., has been broadcasting weekly worship services for aging adults who seek to help them live an abundant life in Christ. Today, Worship Anew reaches thousands of people each week across the nation and around the world on television and streamed online. To learn more about Worship Anew and other ministries, including the care ministry and Hope-Full Living daily devotions, please visit WorshipAnew.org.
Sheep and Goats
Sermon Text: Matthew 25:32
The sheep go to the right, the goats to the left, but take note of the terms of separation.
They are sorted on the basis of what they are, not what they do. And this is precisely what the apostle Paul means when he says that we are justified by God’s grace through faith in Christ apart from works of the law. Final Judgment is made not on the basis of what you did, but on the basis of what you are.
Good and Faithful Servants
Sermon Text: Matthew 25:14-30
In Christ, God’s wrath has been satisfied, and we have been liberated from sin and freed to serve; freed to use the talents God has given us; freed to be the people Christ died to
create. And in Christ, the Master call us “good and faithful servants” as we carry out His
work in the world.
Last Day Hope
Sermon Text: 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18
We learn from the Apostle Paul about Last Day realities, which mean for us present-day
hope. These truths about that Day move us to encourage one another now as brothers and sisters in Christ.
Our True Hope
Sermon Text: Matthew 5:1-12
In the midst of hardships, struggles, and persecution it is easy to lose hope and falsely believe that God has abandoned us. He has not. John in his Revelation provides us the sure and certain hope that our Savior brings us through all these things finally giving to us His victory.
The Eternal Gospel
Sermon Text: Revelation 14:6-7
Our God is consistent in all that He says and does. He has given to us an eternal Gospel. We know that this eternal Gospel, the Good News of Jesus Christ, is an unchangeable truth promising the reward of life in heaven.
Turned to God
Sermon Text: 1 Thessalonians 1:9-10; Psalm 96:1
Jesus Christ’s sacrificial death and resurrection turns our lives from sin’s despair and certain death to a living hope that awaits His return. We wait with a “new song” in our hearts and on our lips, a “song” of love for God and our neighbors whom He has entrusted to us. Yes, we are people who, through the Gospel’s power, are TURNED TO GOD!