Sermon: One God, One Mediator, Part 4.
We have more reasons to pray than we think. We pray not so much for ourselves, but because of what Jesus has done. As Pastor Rob concludes, this four-part sermon, hear why the work of Jesus should motivate and move us to pray.
Sermon: The Pharisee and the Tax Collector.
As we continue to learn about prayer from the book of Luke, the Apostle Paul informs us that God does not hear the words of the proud or the boastful. This lesson is an important lesson in the life of the believer and one that can empower the believer's prayer life. If you ever want to go deeper in your prayer life, please listen to this weeks sermon by Pastor Robb.
Sermon: The Masculine Mandate (1 Timothy 2:8).
The society we live in today is confused about issues of gender. The roles of men and women are interchangeable in certain industries, and both men and women share certain roles in society. Males and females run large corporations; serve in the military, and run for President. But, these gender roles are not be switched in the church. God has placed men in the position of leadership in the church. As pastor Robb, continues to teach us from the book of 1 Timothy, please hear God's plan for men and women in the church. We don't determine our gender, and we don't define our gender leadership roles in the church.
Sermon: The Widow and the Judge.
It is easy to become discouraged in our prayer lives. But we have hope; Jesus told us it would happen. As you enjoy this weeks sermon by Pastor Robb, please hear how our Savior gives us encouragement to keep praying.
Sermon: The Unexpected Revelation of the Son of Man, Part 2.
There is a temptation to focus too much on this world as our home. We dwell on the things of this earth and forget that we have to continue in preparation for the coming of the King. We need to prepare others as well. As pastor Robb continues his sermon series through the gospel of Luke, let us hear how we are to maintain our kingdom focus.
Sermon: One God, One Mediator, Part 3
We know that the Apostle Paul was serious about prayer because he wrote a whole chapter on this subject. But do we know why we should be praying? As you hear this sermon by pastor Robb, please listen to how God's word instructs us on why, as Christians, we should pray. A powerful Christian really is a praying Christian.
Sermon: The Unexpected Revelation of the Son of Man.
We are still waiting for the glorious return of Jesus Christ. As we wait, we will endure certain challenges and struggles. Jesus told us it would happen. As you listen to the sermon by Pastor Robb, please hear the difficulties Jesus told us would happen.