A Christian’s Response to Violence – Matthew 5:21-22 (sermon audio)

As the nation once again is in the wake of more tragic violence, it’s important to take a moment and consider how we as Christians should respond to that violence. When we think about what Jesus taught concerning violence, it is clear that we should respond with love and prayer.


As He Went – Matthew 4:18-23 (sermon audio)

The mission of the church is to carry the gospel to the world.  As we think about fulfilling the great commission, we consider some lessons we can learn from our savior about reaching out to others.

Settling Disputes Between Brethren – 1 Corinthians 6:1-11 (sermon audio)

Among the many problems that existed in the church in Corinth, they were also taking one another to court over trivial, worldly matters.  Paul’s argument is that Christians should settle matters such as this among themselves, because Christians are best qualified to judge in such cases.

Recognizing the Lord’s Church – Acts 20:26-32 (sermon audio)

The Lord’s church is the church for which Christ died.  He shed his blood to purchase the church.  Unfortunately, when man gets involved, he sometimes departs from the way that God has laid out for his church.  It behooves the child of God, therefore, to ensure that he is in the church that Christ purchased with his blood.

The Source of True Wisdom – 1 Corinthians 1:18-2:16 (sermon audio)

Many in the world consider the gospel to be foolish, and that has been true since the first century, according the words of Paul in 1 Corinthians.  Fortunately for those who put their faith in the gospel, the wisdom of the world fails, and the wisdom of the Spirit, the true wisdom that comes from God and is seen in his plans, will stand forever.