Jesus is the center of everything. He made all things, and all things were made through Him. The glory and nature of God that have been evident in creation throughout the ages are now fully revealed in Jesus Christ. Because of this, Pastor Steve Gallagher calls us to consider Jesus—to fix our attention on Jesus’ glory and His nature until His love overflows into us...and then out of us.
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The book of Psalms offer a deep look into how King David handled trials and triumphs. But beneath the ups and downs of the poet-king's daily life, we discover profound insights about spiritual life. In this message, Nate Danser draws our attention to this valuable lesson: the powerful benefits of waiting on God.
The parable of the Prodigal Son is for many Christians their favorite story told by the Savior. In this message, Jim Lewis describes the rejection of the father by his son, his utter ruin, his repentance towards God, and the welcome reception and restoration afforded by the father's merciful heart.
Many equate Paul's teaching about grace with freedom from restriction and a lifestyle of carelessness, but this misinterpretation leaves out a vital part of the apostle's message. In this sermon, Pastor Steve Gallagher draws from Paul's letter to Titus to paint a picture of a life that's truly been trained in the grace of God.
In modern times there has been much discussion about the essence of the Christian life. Some argue that Christianity should be understood as a system of rules and regulations through which we please God. Others say that grace brings a life of unrestrained freedom. In this message, Josh Bergstrom takes a look at what God's word says about the flow of a true believer's life.
The story of the brazen serpent in Numbers 21 is a gripping account of God's painful chastisement mixed with miraculous mercy. But this story becomes of even greater impact when Jesus tells a Jewish leader that, like the brazen serpent, He would be lifted up--so that all might look at Him and live.
One of the descriptions of the Messiah that was given in the book of Isaiah was that He would be called "Wonderful, Counselor." But with that title comes a call to us. In this message, Pastor Steve exhorts and encourages men and women to answer the call to humble our hearts and submit to Jesus who is our Wonderful Counselor.