Sermons on Ephesians
We continue our look at the ongoing spiritual warfare by focusing on Ephesian 6, one of the most important texts relating to the spiritual warfare.
There’s no person that loved souls more than Jesus Christ. Our evangelism is rooted in grasping how much we understand God’s love for us.
Many criticize Christians for seeking to spread the Gospel of Christ to the lost. There’s something these critics need to look back into history and know like many of us do: Every thing changes when God shows up.
We take a look at grace in this message and its amazing power to do so many things for us.
We were not made to live our lives without a purpose. We were made by God for a purpose. You need to find your calling, and when you do, you will find God’s best for you, God’s blessing and God’s way.
Every week we are witness to more of a culture in chaos. The Bible shows us how we ought to respond to a culture in chaos.
We need to be aware of the windows of opportunity that God gives us in our lives and take the time to take advantage of those opportunities for eternity sake.
When we put on Christ we identify as a people that serve the Lord and serve others.
Kindness is a powerful force from God that will transform your life if you use it properly. S.M. Davis of Solve Family Problems preaches about the power of kindness.
Dr. George Crabb of RU Recovery Ministries preached a message about how we need to be careful about allowing little things in our lives that fall outside of God’s will.