David and Goliath is one of the most well-known Bible stories of all time. It has become a metaphor for any sort of uneven competition. But recently, everything I though I knew about David and Goliath was challenged. Yesterday, I shared David and Goliath in a way few have heard it before. This Friday, I am posting the Malcolm Gladwell video that informed it.
What Child came at Christmas? That is question that we
Someone recently said that freedom from shame and guilt is the missing piece of the Gospel. Here is this past week’s sermon where we discuss how Christ’s birth relates to our freedom from our shame and guilt.
What is the biggest challenge you face in this Christmas season? What is something in your life that you believe is a lost cause? God in the flesh came at Christmas to bring us hope. I’ve lived it. And my story of a lost cause and the hope of Christ is in this week’s sermon.
What are you thankful this week? We talked about being thankful for those things in our life we hadn’t thought of being thankful for, and we looked at what Paul is thankful for in 1 Timothy 1:12-17.
This past Sunday, we remembered our brothers and sisters across the world and across the centuries who suffered and died for our faith. As we didn’t, we looked at the question, what does this have to do with me?
Christ was intentional. He didn’t simply come to earth and haphazardly do things. He humbly submitted to the will of His Father and laid down his life for His sheep. This week’s F.A.I.T.H. 201 sermon was on the “I” in the acronym, Intentionality.
The Gospel is center of our faith and the hope for humanity. For the next few weeks, we are looking at the Gospel at a deeper level. This week,w e discussed being Fallen. When we recognize the depth of our sin, we see the amazing grace of our God.
In our final part of the God in Our Midst Series, we look at prayer, the kingdom, and Jesus’ instruction for us to prayer the kingdom to come and for His will to be done here on earth as it is in heaven.