"Trust" Tagged Sermons
Scripture: 1 Peter 5:6-11. Sermon Titled: “Becoming Who You Need to Be” Sermon in a Sentence: “To be the person that you need to be God (and that God wants you to be), you must surrender your pride, your cares, and your heart to God.”
Sermon #5 in the Series: “Confidence in Confusing Times” Scripture: Habakkuk 3:1-19. Sermon Titled: “A Song of Remembrance, Faith, and Joy” Sermon in a Sentence: “Though we may face fearful and troubling circumstances, we can rejoice in renewed faith when we remember who our God is, the mercy He has shown us, and all that He has done to save us.”
Christmas 2020 Series Sermon #2 Scripture: Luke 1:25-56. “Gabriel’s Second Birth Announcement and Mary’s Song of Praise” Sermon In a Sentence: “Getting ready for Christmas necessitates recognizing your humble and needy condition, trusting in the grace-giving God with whom there are no impossibilities, and rejoicing in the salvation that the God-man, Christ Jesus came to bring.”
Sermon #2 in Sermon Series: Follow Me! Sermon Title: The Demands of Following Jesus, pt.1. Scripture: Matthew 4:12-22; 9:9. Sermon In a Sentence: “The call to follow Jesus demands total commitment and that His kingdom be the top priority of your life.”
Sermon #32 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: Christ suffered and died to free us from the fear and guilt of sin so that we might experience His forgiveness, grace, and have hope of a future heavenly home.
Mother’s Day, 2019
Sermon #21 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 6:14-29): Title: “The Death of John the Baptist” – Because of who He is, His infinite worth, and the difference He makes, we must humble ourselves before Jesus, repent of our sins, and trust in Him to save us.
Sermon #9 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther 7:1-10). Sermon in Sentence – “In our sin, we construct our own gallows upon which we will die unless we fall before God, the Righteous Judge, and appeal to His grace that comes only through Christ.”