Sermons on 1 Timothy
Evangelist Harold Vaughan tells us about the ministry of refreshment in this message.
Don’t disparage the daily work of God. Your daily meditation and study in God’s Word, along with the prayer closet, will prepare you for that time when the Lord brings your life to a mountaintop.
From the very beginning of time we have had an enemy. That enemy used a question, and from that time mankind has walked in doubt, fear, and turmoil. And now it seems that the doubt, fear, and turmoil have grown to fever pitch. We as Christians do not need to live in fear, but instead live with confidence. A confident Christian life is found in the words of Christ.
Through whatever means necessary, Satan will deliver his own plan to destabilize and control mankind. The wicked one lusts to overcome and enslave God’s greatest creation in every conceivable sin. We are going to see one of the greatest examples of overcoming these ploys. We have the greatest example of how to face a godless culture in the life of Paul.
What does it mean to be saved from sin by Jesus? Evangelist Mike Pelletier explains in this message.
Evangelist Tim Schmidt preached a message focused on Hebrews 10:23-25, which includes an emphasis on the importance of attending church.
The situation in the world today is not good. The godly and the faithful are needed now more than ever. Do not be missing in action!
We continue our series about the local church and what our ministry is in this time period of history when many churches have forgotten why they exist. This message focuses on our mission as a local church, as believers, and the importance of finding and using our spiritual gifts.
We continue our series about the local church and what our ministry is in this time period of history when many churches have forgotten why they exist. The key passages of this message are: Exodus 18:20, Galatians 5:16-17, and Ephesians 4:11-14.
We start a new series about the local church and what our ministry is in this time period of history when many churches have forgotten why they exist.