This is a sobering reminder for me as a pastor. What does Paul think my priorities should be? What do I need to watch out for? As I 'pay close attention to myself and my flock', what is the danger? What is God's solution? This is a challenge that I need repeated to myself daily!... Continue Reading →
This week we will be in Acts 20:28. Paul challenges the Ephesian elders to see the importance of investing their lives in their church. I wish I had the passion that he had for the church. Let's look to the Lord together and invest our lives in His congregation! https://youtu.be/JmoNclDqv8c
Last week I preached an Encouraging Message from Acts 20:1-12. This week's message will be gracious! In the passage we have before us we have an example of Paul's focus and the foundation for his ministry. I hope that you'll be challenged to look at God's grace and His Gospel in a fresh way. https://youtu.be/0n8lxedmB1g
This message brings us back to the book of Acts. Over the past several months we have been traveling with Moses and the children of Israel as they were supernaturally delivered from their slavery in Egypt. More recently we saw how Jesus demonstrated His Sovereignty in John's Gospel and we looked into the mind of... Continue Reading →
This is the third sermon that we have posted online from our Sunday Morning series in the Gospel of John (find John 10 here and John 14 here) Since we have had to remain in our homes and will have to remain for the foreseeable future, we have a much better idea of abiding and... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/QIN_ToXs6s4 In this, the first installment of the CoronaVirus Chronicles (our Sunday Morning services moved online due to Covid-19), we are looking at the One and Only Good Shepherd.
I preached this sermon on Sunday at Theta Baptist Church. I'm posting the manuscript for anyone in my church who would like to read over it. Please turn in your Bibles to 1 Timothy 3:1 This is an in house sermon. This is for us, Theta Baptist. It’s time for us to think about the... Continue Reading →