Synopsis: This message was delivered at Mrs. Betty Keller's memorial service. If you would like an audio copy of the entire service, let us know. This audio file is of the pastor's message from Proverbs 10:7, "The memory of the just is blessed."
Synopsis: Ever ask someone or have someone ask you, "Why would a person want to get baptized?" or "When does a person get baptized?" or "What does water baptism picture? What does it illustrate?" God's Word gives us the answers! Tonight's message was delivered in preparation of seeing three individuals get baptized in our evening service tonight.
Synopsis: God is concerned with how we use our minds--the way we think, the kind of thoughts we think. We ought to as well. So the question before us then is this, "How does God want me to use my mind?" Our text today answers that question.
Synopsis: From this sixth prayer request in "The Lord's Prayer," we can extract four key truths that help us to grasp the full significance of what is being said when we offer this request to the Lord. Tonight's message covers the fourth and final truth.
Synopsis: In Philippians 4:5-7, God talks to us about the matter of peace within. In 4:9, God reveals the source of peace--Himself! Sandwiched in between these verses talking about God's peace is the instruction given to us in 4:8 that is so vital in experiencing that peace. Here, God teaches us how to use our minds biblically. If you and I are to enjoy God's peace within, we must use our minds biblically. God's Word shows us to do that.
Synopsis: In today's message we look at the third of three truths that indicate to us what is involved in renewing our minds. This third truth also answers the question, "what does renewing the mind" look like in daily life?
Synopsis: Last week, in order to have a clear understanding of what this concept of renewing our mind means, we noted what Ephesians 4:23 is not saying and what it is saying. Today we move on to look at how the process of renewing the mind works. Today's text and others we look at will help us immensely.
Synopsis: The Bible has much to say about the use of the mind. The battleground of spiritual warfare takes place there. When it comes to renewing the mind, it's important that we set aside some common misconceptions so we can understand the full significance of what is being said. Then we will look at how all that is worked out in life.
Synopsis: We come to the 6th petition in what is commonly called, "The Lord's Prayer." On the surface it appears to be quite simple and straightforward but upon closer examination, several challenges arise as we attempt to arrive at the meaning of this verse. What was Jesus really teaching when He gave us this verse and for what are we actually praying?
Synopsis: This message completes our look at the three-step process for Christian growth that is God's reliable plan for us to follow by which the image of God is restored in us. It's a measurable tool whereby we can tell in a concrete way if we are growing to be more like Christ or not.
Synopsis: From Solomon we learn that even a wise man can indeed become a very foolish father. So how do we avoid repeating his mistakes? From our text today emerges three truths that every godly father must be convinced of and practice.
While this Father's Day message is geared primarily to fathers, yet for those single moms who function in a dual capacity performing the roles of father and mother, the same truths can instruct, encourage and equip so that they can profit as well.
Synopsis: In this parable Jesus gave to Peter, sobering truth is given regarding the seriousness and urgency of forgiving those who hurt us. Where do we find the ability to forgive? Has someone wronged us or hurt us, offended us in such a way that it could be honestly said, the debt they owe us is greater than the debt we owe God because of our trespasses against Him?