Eight years ago, a week before I was married, I preached on “What I Think I Know Now.” Exactly one year later, I preached about “What I Know Now.” Both of those sermons were designed to show some basic truths about marriage. Now, after several years of marriage, I feel like those points have moved from just theoretical to more applicable.
February 8, 2021•
Hopeless. It’s a term that most of us have come to learn really well over the last 12 months, if we didn’t learn it already. In our darkest hours, when we have nowhere to turn, all we need is a little H.E.L.P.
February 1, 2021•
People always say that Jesus came to earth to “die for our sins,” but that statement misses so much more of Jesus’ purpose that we explore in this lesson.
January 25, 2021•
Open up your Bible to just past the mid-way point, and you’ll encounter what is, to most people, an enormous black hole: the Minor Prophets. It doesn’t have to be that way, though; in this lesson, we explore how to fall madly in love with the Minor Prophets. How to read them and how to enjoy them.
January 18, 2021•
Solomon was right when he wrote in Ecclesiastes 1:9, “there is nothing new under the sun.” That applies to the true doctrine of God, as well as false doctrine. There’s virtually no “new” heresies, just repackaged old theories that were refuted 2,000 years ago.
January 11, 2021•
The Herods that are named within the New Testament are nearly universally seen as some of the greatest enemies that Jesus and His Apostles ever faced. But how bad were they really, and moreover, what can they teach us about grace?
January 4, 2021•
What is the value of looking back on our life? For Solomon, it was the ability to see the errors that he had made and communicate them to others. When we look back, we not only see where we went wrong, but how blessed we were – and are – also.
December 28, 2020•
2020 has been a year. In addition to a contentious election cycle, we’ve also had to deal with racial tensions, an economic crisis, and – oh yeah – a global pandemic. With that being said, what have we learned from this year?
December 21, 2020•
In today’s “me first” mentality, the idea that I could be responsible for someone else’s spiritual welfare is viewed both as an inconvenience and an intrusion. But the way that God looks at it, it’s an absolute necessity.
December 14, 2020•
In what has been a very tumultuous year, prayer can – and should – be one of our most stabilizing forces. The psalms can be a big help. In this lesson, we look at how to use the psalms in our own personal prayer life.