The results of church done wrong are often the exact opposite of what God intended: Division instead of unity, hurt instead of healing, isolation instead of connection, and people being pushed further from God instead of being brought nearer. It is important that we do church right. This is a series of sermons on doing church God’s way in Romans 14-16.
God gives a lot to those who place their faith in Jesus. Christians receive righteousness, justification, holiness, reconciliation, adoption, sanctification, blessing, and glory. Do these big Christian words have practical implications for how people live? Yes. This is a series of sermons about living the Christian life in Romans 12-13.
This is an Easter sermon on Romans 11:33-36.
The history of Israel is in many ways a history of God’s work, and mercy, amongst people. In studying the Israelite’s relationship to God, we can learn much about what it means to be the people of God. This is a series of sermons about Israel, mercy, and us in Romans 9-11.
Sometimes life makes us feel like losers. It can seem like we will never overcome our struggles, our sorrows, or our sins. Romans 6-8 tells a different story. It tells us that through God’s victorious love we can be conquerors, and more. This is a series of sermons explaining what it means to be “more than conquerors through him who loved us.”