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.
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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.
God is clearly pictured in His Word as a shepherd that leaves the ninety-nine and goes after the one that is straying. But do we really understand the lengths that He is willing to go to so that we might be reconciled to Him? Itinerant evangelist Glenn Meldrum calls us to reflect on God's passionate pursuit of us so that we might be inflamed with a holy passion to pursue God.
When the gospel was preached by the New Testament evangelists, repentance was always a key element. And there can be no doubt as to their meaning—there is no salvation without repentance. In this message, Jim Lewis looks what repentance really is, and how it comes about in a person's life.
When we don't prioritize having a nutritious diet, our physical bodies often suffer because of it. It is exactly the same in our spiritual lives. In this message, Nate Danser talks about one of the main ways in which we can allow the Heavenly life and health of Jesus to get into our souls.
This world has a very strong spiritual current, and it is always seeking to draw us away from Christ. In this message, Josh Bergstrom looks at an autobiographical statement from the apostle Paul, and talks about the power that has love has to keep us on the straight and narrow.