Sermons by Gary Bye (Page 17)

Sermons by Gary Bye (Page 17)

Tragedy or Triumph? Human History and the Providence of God

About two thousand years ago a few Jesus followers carried a message and a lifestyle that created a seismic shift in the known world. They weren’t the elite or powerful, they were fishermen and tax collectors, mothers and the marginalized. What happened? How did a rag tag bunch of no bodies transform the world? And can it happen again? Join us as we begin a new sermon series entitled: Jesus People: The Book of Acts.

The Holy Spirit: Mender of Broken Relationships

About two thousand years ago a few Jesus followers carried a message and a lifestyle that created a seismic shift in the known world. They weren’t the elite or powerful, they were fishermen and tax collectors, mothers and the marginalized. What happened? How did a rag tag bunch of no bodies transform the world? And can it happen again? Join us as we begin a new sermon series entitled: Jesus People: The Book of Acts.

Blueprint for a Thriving Church

About two thousand years ago a few Jesus followers carried a message and a lifestyle that created a seismic shift in the known world. They weren’t the elite or powerful, they were fishermen and tax collectors, mothers and the marginalized. What happened? How did a rag tag bunch of no bodies transform the world? And can it happen again? Join us as we begin a new sermon series entitled: Jesus People: The Book of Acts.

Sing to the Lord a New Song

Charles Spurgeon said, “True prayer is neither a mere mental exercise nor a vocal performance. It is far deeper than that – it is spiritual transaction with the Creator of Heaven and Earth.” The depth of this kind of spiritual transaction is found in the Psalms. The Psalms are God’s Words Prayed by God’s People for us to use as model prayers for the church. Join us from February 21st to March 13th as we share 4 Prayers 4 the…

Sabbath: Living on the Edge

In C.S. Lewis’ beloved classic, “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,” children from our world enter the magical world of Narnia through a special closet. Eventually, they meet up with a couple of talking beavers who describe the mighty Aslan, the Lion Son of the great Emperor-beyond-the sea. The inquisitive little Lucy is nervous about meeting a lion and asks the Mr. and Mrs. Beaver if Aslan is safe. “Safe?” said Mr Beaver; “don’t you hear what Mrs Beaver…

Family Heartaches

King David is one of the most familiar and beloved characters in the Bible. The stories that surround his life are legendary: taking on Goliath, having an adulterous affair, dancing shamelessly before God, and facing the unimaginably betrayal of his own son. But to remember this stories simply as stories is to miss their transforming power in our lives. King David was called to be a regent of God. He stood before the world as an example of God’s justice,…

Worship that Makes God Smile

King David is one of the most familiar and beloved characters in the Bible. The stories that surround his life are legendary: taking on Goliath, having an adulterous affair, dancing shamelessly before God, and facing the unimaginably betrayal of his own son. But to remember this stories simply as stories is to miss their transforming power in our lives. King David was called to be a regent of God. He stood before the world as an example of God’s justice,…

Theology that Defines Actions

Summer! There is nothing like it. Swimming, watermelon, gardens, camping, and warm days all spell summer living. But there is another type of summer living that is a deeper and more joyful experience than June through July. It is life in the Son. Nothing describes this reality more profoundly and beautifully than the Apostle Paul in his letter to the Ephesian church. Join us this summer at New Life as we entering into Summer Living: Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians. See you this…