Synopsis: Some get a thrill out of restoring old cars to their original condition. Christ restores the soul of man to something of far greater value than his original condition - His very likeness! Will you allow Him to restore you?
Synopsis: In this message, Kendall points out the three habits of an hypocrite. Here's a key thought to remember: "The habits we start now will determine the future rewards that we have."
Kendall Elms was the second teen from Colonial Hills Baptist to preach on Sunday night. He and his team members came down to hold a week of VBS ministry for us.
Synopsis: Tonight we look at two other views of what happens to believers between their physical death and the resurrection. Does the Bible really teach the concept of soul sleep and is Purgatory found in the Bible?
Synopsis: Matthew 21:10b asks a thought-provoking question about Christ to which we must all give answer: "Who is this?" Your view of Christ directly impacts/shapes how you live life and what you do with and do for Christ. On that first Palm Sunday long ago, our text introduces us to "The Character and Coming of the King." Here are three important lessons we should learn from our text today.
Synopsis: Today we consider the second light of Christmas - "the Star of Christmas." In our text we note the magnetism of the star, the miracle of the star, and the message of the star. Great challenging truth from God's Word for you as you look around at the lights of Christmas and perhaps even at your own tree which may be topped with a star!
Synopsis: "When we get to Heaven, God won't ask us how much we know. He will ask us about what we did with what we knew." After a video presentation about a new Spanish ministry, Pastor Phillips shares a message exhorting us to touch the lives of others for eternity. From Matthew 9:35-38, he presents three motivations for missionary involvement.
Synopsis: What is it about the resurrection of Christ that presents a message that we are to embrace and find therein great hope and blessing? There are three characteristics about it presented in our text today.
Synopsis: Regardless of what kind of earthly father we have had or currently have, it’s good for us to go to the Scriptures and see what God has revealed about Himself as “The Father.” He is the only perfect role model for us to follow and He is the ideal Father to possess as our own!
From our text today in Matthew 6, which is commonly referred to as “The Lord’s Prayer” but in reality, more accurately called “the Disciples’ Prayer,” I want us to see four qualities of God’s fatherhood that are designed to bring comfort and encouragement to us – especially in these uncertain days in which we are living.