"faith" Tagged Sermons

Easter 2018: Ephesians 2

After Christ was crucified on Friday, He was buried before sundown so the Jews could observe their sabbath, Saturday.  There is only one reference to any events that happened on Saturday, and it is a mention of the Pharisees going to Pilate to ask for a guard at the tomb.  Other than that, the Scriptures…

Romans 5:12-21

The second half of Romans chapter five could be summed up as “Two men in a one act play.” Paul uses the picture of “two Adams”; a first Adam, the Adam in the garden, bringing original sin into humanity, and then the “second Adam”–Jesus Christ–who provides a remedy for this sin. Listen in as Pastor…

Romans 5:1-11

Starting chapter five of Romans, Paul has laid out the “case for faith”–that we are justified by faith alone in Jesus Christ, and because of that, he now lays out the beautiful story of grace in this first section of chapter five. Listen in as Pastor Steve unpacks this powerful and important section of scripture!

Romans 4:12-25

As Pastor Steve closes out chapter four in our study through the letter to the Romans, we get a close-up of the story of Abraham. Specifically, the promise to Abraham in Genesis predates the law, the Jewish nation, and anything else the Jews would want to depend on for righteousness. God’s fulfillment of this promise…

Romans 4:1-12

Our youth pastor, Dave Blaha, continues our study in Romans this week. In this first section of chapter four, Paul lays out a powerful argument for salvation through faith alone using both the super-patriarch Abraham as well as King David. These arguments were necessary to help the Jews see that faith and righteousness were “accounted”…

Communion Sunday: Deeper Still

On this Communion Sunday, and as a preface to the evening concert titled “Deeper Still”, Pastor Steve walks through the vision given to Ezekiel of the life-giving river flowing from the temple and discusses the concept of going “deeper still” with God in our own lives.

Mark 10:13-31

As we continue through Mark chapter 10 we have the story of the disciples refusing the parents bringing children to be blessed followed by the story of the “rich, young ruler”–did you know these stories are not randomly placed but actually are related? Listen in as Pastor Steve covers this next section of Mark and…