Sermons by Jared Via
Today we heard from the team that went to Haiti about how God used them in a variety of ways to further his kingdom. Jared spoke about how the mission field isn’t just someplace that we fly to, but it is all around us. The great commission in Matthew 28:19-20 can be translated “As you are going, make disciples…”
For the most part, our culture has expected and understood that everybody lies. Sometimes it is to get ahead at work, to make people think better of them, to keep themselves out of trouble, to get a better grade at school, etc. However, nobody enjoys being lied to.
God has not called us to impurity, but in holiness (1 Thessalonians 4:3-7).
God has placed parents in the home with the responsibility and authority to lead, love and teach their children how to love and follow God. Therefore, honor your father and your mother.
The name of God reveals and represents His nature and character.
Today we hear a report from our team that served in Uganda the past 2 weeks. Why do we do missions? Three reasons: Because we love God.Jesus gave us a commission to go in Matthew 28:19-20. In Matthew 22 He says if you love me you will keep my commandments. Because we love people.Also in Matthew 22:37-39 Jesus was asked “what is the greatest commandment?” He replied saying the “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart…
In Exodus 19:1-25 the children of Israel have arrived at Mount Sinai and encounter God in all His glory. We find that there are 3 parts to their encounter with God that apply today.
When we encounter difficult things throughout our day, the way we respond reveals something deep within us. What is inside us is what comes out when we go through hard times.
In Exodus 13:17-14:31 the children of Israel have escaped Egypt and camp by the sea. They look back in fear as Pharaoh comes after them but we see 3 ways that God’s mercy and grace is displayed: His Promise to them. His Presence with them. His Power for them. They thought the enemy behind them was more powerful than the God before them. Often times we have a tendency to look back to things that we’re used to or are…
Today we walk through the events around the resurrection of Jesus, what they meant to people 2000 years ago and what they mean to us.