Sermons on Romans
From the beginning of scripture to the end, we see God’s hand in the story of His people. So, we are going back to the beginning and studying through the Book of Genesis. From Creation to the Hebrew people coming to reside in Egypt we will trace the story of God from the very beginning. Join us this week as we explore Genesis and dig into what Creation teaches us about who God is and who we are created to…
When Jesus was born, He gave us the chance to be known, accepted, and forgiven. When we are made into a New Creation and experience His love, we realize that not only was Jesus born to be worshiped, but we were born to worship Him!
We’ve been looking at the lives of men and women in the Bible and what we can learn from them. This week, Gary is looking at Lydia, one of the “founders” of the church in Philippi!
One of our elders shared with us this morning about what God has been teaching him regarding how to deal with anxiety, fear, and pain. Go back to the beginning!
On week 4 of our “I Love My Church” series, we’re looking at the big picture of what one of the main purposes is for the church. Why did Jesus choose this method to spread His message? What’s the point?
As we explore what “church” means, Gary will look at the community aspect of how the church should be a family for those who are a part of it.
We all have misconceptions about “church” that hopefully we can clear up and learn together about what it means to be part of the community of God.
There is so much fear in our world right now; all areas of our lives have gone topsy turvy. How do we deal with fear? How do we face giants that seem impossible? Pastor Gary Bye kicks off our new series by talking about the fear that all of us have.
Romans 6:23, The mission of Red Letter Challenge (RLC) is to help people live more like Jesus. Sadly, when people think of Jesus-followers it is a far cry from who Jesus actually is. After all that Jesus has done for us, we cannot be content with the picture and representation that we are sharing. We must change the story and perception of who Jesus is. We believe that if people truly met the real Jesus, they would really fall in love with Him. So how…