Transforming Ordinary People into Extraordinary Followers of Christ

Sermons on Philippians

Character of Christmas – Jesus: Prince of Peace – 12.19.2021

TALKING POINTS / WALKING POINTS View the sermon summary or dig deeper into the message during the sermon, in your personal Bible study, or with your family or Community Group in application-driven discussion. APPLICATION / CHALLENGE Christmas is the perfect time to offer grace to others, while celebrating the grace that God has shown you.…

Church Defined – The Sufficiency of Scripture for the Local Church – 9.5.21

TALKING POINTS / WALKING POINTS View the sermon summary or dig deeper into the message during the sermon, in your personal Bible study, or with your family or Community Group in application-driven discussion. APPLICATION / CHALLENGE Make Scripture your absolute authority. Make Scripture the top priority in your personal walk. Make the heartbeat of Scripture—love—your…

Finding Your Place in God’s KINGDOM: Service – May 30. 2021

Too many of us walk through life without any clear idea of what we were put here to do. We just kind of make it up as we go along, all the while sensing that we are missing something. We’re busy on the outside but feel barren on the inside.

What if you could discover what God has created you to do? Pastor Doug dives into scripture to help us find out!

The Power of Promise: Purity – May 2, 2021

This week, we conclude our series examining God’s blueprint for marriage found in Genesis 2:24-25 with the Promise of Purity. Husbands and wives promise each other, “I commit to loving you with the purity of Jesus Christ.” The principle is simple: (1) Wherever sin lives, intimacy dies. (2) Wherever purity lives, intimacy grows! Hear why trust, selflessness, and fidelity are foundational to an intimate, flourishing marriage.

Christianity: The Basics: The Holy Spirit is not a Ghost

Christianity is sometimes shrouded in mystery. Case in point: What does “God in three persons” mean? We understand “God the Father”. We even understand Jesus, “God the Son”. But what is “God the Spirit”? Sometimes we call him the Holy Spirit. Sometimes we call him the Holy Ghost. But who is he? Who better to clear things up for us than Jesus! Through the Bible, he teaches us who the Holy Spirit is, what he does, and how to receive what the Holy Spirit gives.

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