If God is in control and if he loves us so much, why is there so much pain and trouble? There are so many innocent people experiencing horrendous heartache. Why doesn’t God stop this evil? Sermon Text: Psalm 13
There are so many pious people out there who spend their lives sincerely working out their own way to God. How could a loving God condemn them? Why does there have to be only one way to heaven? Sermon Text: John 14:1-6
I can’t tell you how often I have the best of intentions, but in the end I fail to follow through. What’s wrong with me? Why can’t I do what I want to do? Sermon Text: Romans 7:18-25
There are a lot of really bad people out there, people who are certainly doing worse things than me. I try hard to do what’s right and make amends when I do wrong. How can you say I’m not good enough? Sermon Text: Luke 18:9-14
It takes some nerve for a man to claim to be God. How do we know that Jesus really is God and not just another religious fanatic who went a little too far? Sermon Text: Luke 22:66-71
“She’s in a better place.” We hear and use the phrase all the time. But is she really in a better place? Is there life after death and what is that life like? Philippians 1:20-26
What makes the Bible different from any other book? People point out all kinds of errors and inconsistencies in the Bible. Is the Bible really trustworthy? Sermon Text: Matthew 5:17-18
An angry judge, a doting grandfather, an attentive butler—these are all common caricatures of God. What is God really like? Exodus 34:5-7
Busyness is just a fact of life today making the quest for balance in life ever more challenging. How do we keep God a part of our family’s routine? Sermon Text: Deuteronomy 6:1-9 Our guest speaker this week was Caleb Schultz from the band Fide.
Children are a blessing and an important responsibility. Yet, what happens when children become the center of the home?
Sermon Text: Philippians 2:3-5; Hebrews 12:2