Resolve to Know God’s Word Better – Hosea 4:1-6 (sermon audio)

As we begin a new year, many are making resolutions for the year to come. As we think about things we want to do better, many Christians will resolve to read the Bible more. As we seek to spend more time in God’s word, we ought also seek to gain a deeper knowledge of it, and have a better understanding of it.

Walking with Kings: Jesus – Born King of the Jews (Matthew 2:1-2)

As we conclude our walk with kings in the month of December, we will take some time to consider our Savior Jesus Christ, who was “born king of the Jews.”

Walking with Kings: David – The Penitent Singer (Psalm 51)

As we continue our walk with some of Israel’s kings, we turn our attention this week to Israel’s most famous king, David. Though he was called, “a man after God’s own heart,” he had his flaws. One in particular, his sin with Bathsheba, led to a beautiful Psalm of repentance which is the basis for our study this morning.

Do You Understand? – 1 Corinthians 14:1-25 (sermon audio)

Paul’s discussion of spiritual gifts has shifted to the proper use of those gifts within the assembly of the church. In particular in the case of tongues and prophecy, they must be used in such a way so that there can be understanding, so that the body will be edified.

Walking with Kings: Saul – A Well-Intentioned Failure (1 Samuel 15)

For the next few weeks, we will be spending time with a number of kings that we read about in Scripture and the lessons we can learn from them. We will conclude with the One who was “born King of the Jews.” In this lesson, we consider Saul, and despite his good intentions, his failure to obey God in 1 Samuel 15.