There is a widespread misunderstanding in the contemporary church that portrays God's grace as a tendency to overlook people's sin and remove sin's consequences. But the biblical picture of how God responds to sin is vastly different. In this message, Pastor Steve Gallagher paints a realistic picture of grace based on the Word of God and calls Christians to have a proper response to it.
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The postmodern world has lots of ideas about who Jesus is—and they're usually not the whole truth. And unfortunately, even many Christians don’t know Jesus well, leading them into halfheartedness, distraction, and even addictions. Nate Danser explores the true mission of Jesus, because if we want to change, we'll have to discover what he’s really all about.
God has a purpose for every season in the Christian life. It may be to take that person from death to life and to crucify his old nature to give him the nature of Christ. But, before God can build something new in our lives, He must tear down the old. In this message, Steve Gallagher looks at the differences between man’s fallen nature and the new nature that God wants to give him.
Jesus says that one of the marks of his followers is that they know his voice, and they will not follow the voice of a stranger. With all the voices around us—culture, family and friends, and even the voice of our own hearts—how can we know where God is really leading us? In this message, Pastor Ed Buch gives some principles on recognizing and staying tuned into God’s voice.
Because America is historically Christian, the preaching of “the gospel” is very common, and a huge percentage of Americans even claim to believe its message. But despite the fact that many Americans claim an affinity with the message, something is terribly wrong. In this message, Pastor Steve Gallagher challenges us to take a closer look at the foundations to see if we have really embraced the message of the gospel.
Countless millions of people believe that humans are essentially good. But false beliefs lead to false hopes which always disappoint. In this sermon, Jim Lewis points us to the Scriptures and shows us how a belief in the depravity of human nature can lead us to the place where we can truly be redeemed.
As Christians, it's easy to get distracted by secondary goals. But our greatest aspiration should be to become what David was—someone "after God’s own heart." In this message, Pastor Ed Buch takes us through the life of David and unfolds the true character of a life in harmony with the heart of God.