As Christians, it seems at times that we are all alone and we often wonder why God is not more active in our lives. Watch as Eric considers two biblical texts addressing these concerns.
Our God is a God who does great things. Sometimes these great things will make
perfect sense to us. But, other times He will do great things that make
absolutely no sense to us whatsoever. Join Eric as he discusses that fact that
God is always great, even when things don't make perfect sense to us.
This sermon supports the position that there are two kinds of music; vocal music
and instrumental music. Vocal music (singing) is the only kind of music
authorized in the New Testament.
As our nation celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., it is also important to be reminded of how important unity is in the church. Join Eric as he considers God's plan for unity, based upon Galatians 3.
This is a sermon about the sin of racism. It is illustrated by the story of six year old Ruby Nell Bridges who was the first black child to enroll at an all white school in New Orleans.
This message is about the sin of racism. It is illustrated by the story of six year old Ruby Nell Bridges who was the first black child to enroll at an all white school in New Orleans.
The Bible teaches that a merry heart is good for our health while a sad heart is
harmful to our health, Proverbs 17:22. The Bible also that laughter is a gift
from God and that appropriate laughter is good for our health.
This sermon is designed to help each member of the congregation be aware that
they have a valuable part in church growth. Beyond the obvious truths, (A solid
foundation is built on God's Word. A Christian should be active in God's will
and attend church faithfully...etc.) church growth stems from realizing the
church is suppose to grow, understanding everyone is expected to participate,
and knowing Jesus' mission of the church. Therefore, each person should love the
Lord, love His church, and love souls.
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