Sermons on Grace

Sermons on Grace

Letter to Laodicea: The Book of Revelation

As we have been studying through the Book of Revelation we have been looking at the major themes through John’s letter.This morning we are moving to look specifically at the letters to the 7 churches in chapters 2 and 3 in Revelation. Gary will be teaching on the Letter to the Church in Laodicea, and speaking to their unique issues of the time.

Embracing Joy

Philippians 4:4-5,  Paul’s Letter to the Philippian Church is full of wisdom, practical application for our lives, and JOY!! Ironically, Paul wrote this joyful letter while he was in prison in Rome and we are going to spend 10 weeks studying through this book verse by verse. Join us every Sunday for the next 10 weeks!

The Renegade Within

Paul’s letter to the Romans has been called the greatest letter ever written. The great reformer Martin Luther called Romans the most important piece of the New Testament and the purest gospel. Paul’s letter to the Romans sparked the Protestant Reformation and continues to captivate the masses. Romans explains how the gospel is a whole new way of thinking. Over the next 8 weeks New Life Church will journey into the heart of that Christian gospel as we learn together…

Treading Water in the Middle of the Ocean

Paul’s letter to the Romans has been called the greatest letter ever written. The great reformer Martin Luther called Romans the most important piece of the New Testament and the purest gospel. Paul’s letter to the Romans sparked the Protestant Reformation and continues to captivate the masses. Romans explains how the gospel is a whole new way of thinking. Over the next 8 weeks New Life Church will journey into the heart of that Christian gospel as we learn together…

My Faith

Matt 11:28, Everyone deals with stress. Maybe it’s your job, your finances, your family,  your future, or…   Stress has been called America’s number one disease.  Isn’t it time to escape the fractured, stress-filled existence? New Life – Kittitas will begin 2019 with a five-part series designed to help stressed-out people find rest.  You’ll walk away with practical answers and real help. The brand new teaching, Stress to Rest will cover five of the top life stresses: ‘My Future’: the stress of the…

Away in a Manger

Luke 2:10-11, Do you love Christmas carols? Do they bring a smile to your face? Join us this December as we explore the meaning behind the Christmas season.  We’ll delve into several of our favorite Christmas carols.  As we take a closer look at famous Christmas carols and the truths they reveal about Jesus, we’ll see how these carols remind us to appreciate the true meaning of Christmas. Experience God’s power and love during the Christmas season in a fresh and new…

Peeking in on Gods Heart for the Poor

Psalm 146:7-9, He gives justice to the oppressed and food to the hungry. The Lord frees the prisoners. The Lord opens the eyes of the blind. The Lord lifts up those who are weighed down.  The Lord loves the godly.  The Lord protects the foreigners among us. He cares for the orphans and widows, but he frustrates the plans of the wicked.

Lifes Biggest Test

2 Timothy 4:6-11, When death nears, priorities change. The urgent no longer seems pressing while the truly important becomes clearer. That is why we listen to a person’s “last words.” Second Timothy is Paul’s “last words.” From a cold, lonely Roman prison, the aged apostle Paul wrote his final instructions to his protégé Timothy who was surrounded by a culture hostile to the gospel. Timothy tended to be timid rather than stand boldly for Jesus. And, he tended to get…

Living Deep While Treading Water

2 Timothy 2:8-26, When death nears, priorities change. The urgent no longer seems pressing while the truly important becomes clearer. That is why we listen to a person’s “last words.” Second Timothy is Paul’s “last words.” From a cold, lonely Roman prison, the aged apostle Paul wrote his final instructions to his protégé Timothy who was surrounded by a culture hostile to the gospel. Timothy tended to be timid rather than stand boldly for Jesus. And, he tended to get…