You're Adopted (Romans 8:14-17)
You're Adopted (Romans 8:14-17)
Description:You can be set free from fear if you will just remember that you have been adopted by God.
Cheer Up (1 Timothy 1:12-17)
Description:Cheer up! You're a worse sinner than you ever imagined, and at the same time, more loved than you ever dared to dream.
Where Do I Belong? (Romans 7)
Description:Steve Strickler, one of our elders, shares his story of coming to faith in Jesus and learning what it means to become a Christian.
Last Words (Rev 22:6-21)
Description:What are we supposed to do now that we understand this book?
Life After Life After Death (Rev 22:1-5)
Description:If you are a Christian, your ultimate future is to rule over a perfect physical world in the presence of God forever.
A Monument to God's Glory (Revelation 21:9-27)
Description:Everything in the New Jerusalem is designed to display for all eternity the glory of the God who defeated evil and made all things new.
The End of the World (As We Know It)
Description:The end of the world will be incredibly bad news for some people and tremendously good news for others. Will you be ready when it comes?
The Dragon's Defeat (Revelation 20:1-10)
Description:Important news for optimists and pessimists about the nature of the world.
Armageddon (Rev 19:11-21)
Description:In the end, Jesus wins and evil loses. In a blowout.
The Hallelujah Chorus (Revelation 19:1-10)
Description:Jesus is coming back - so sing Hallelujah!
Get Out Now - Part 2 (Revelation 18)
Description:To get free from the pursuit of luxury, change your heart first, then change your lifestyle.
Get Out Now - Part 1 (Revelation 18)
Description:The pursuit of luxury leads only to destruction. Get out now, before it's too late.
Come to Jesus (Mark 10:13-16)
Description:Jesus wants everyone to come to him, especially kids.
Do Not Love the World (Revelation 17)
Description:The world can look incredibly attractive, but it's just another tool Satan uses to destroy you.
Love Fueled by Forgiveness (Luke 7:36-50)
Description:"Therefore, I tell you, her sins, which are many, are forgiven - for she loved much. But he who is forgiven little, loves little."
The Goodness of God's Wrath (Revelation 15-16)
Description:God is full of wrath because the world is full of sin and he is full of love.
Two Kinds of People (Revelation 14)
Description:There are two kinds of people in this world: those who follow the Lamb, and those who follow the dragon.
Don't Believe the Lies (Revelation 13:11-18)
Description:One of Satan's favorite strategies is to tell you that the state is more worthy of your worship and obedience than God. Don't believe it.
Beware The Beast (Revelation 13:1-10)
Description:You won't defeat Satan by getting your guys elected, seizing political power, and using that power to make the society you want. It never works.
Know Your Enemy (Revelation 12:1-17)
Description:If you don't remember that Satan is the real enemy you will waste your life fighting the wrong battles with the wrong methods.
7 Lessons I Learned from My Dad
Description:For Fathers' Day our guest preacher, Dr. Frank Beaty, shares seven Biblical lessons he learned from his father.
The Last Trumpet (Revelation 11:15-19)
Description:Three reasons to be really excited about the return of Jesus.
The Witness's Journey (Revelation 11:1-14)
Description:Every Christian's story is a reenactment of the story of Jesus.
Bitersweet Witness (Revelation 10:1-11)
Description:The gospel is good news, but sometimes sharing it with others can be bittersweet.
Repent Today (Revelation 8:1-9:21)
Description:We often treat repentance like dieting - something best put off till tomorrow. But it should be more like voting in Chicago - do it early and often.
What's Next? (Romans 6:1-14)
Description:You just got baptized. What are you going to do next?
Behold The Lamb of God (Revelation 6:12-7:17)
Description:What the end of the world teaches us about Jesus.
The Four Horsemen (Revelation 6:1-11)
Description:What if all the suffering in the world is leading to the birth of something beautiful?
Worthy is the Lamb (Revelation 5)
Description:Jesus is going to finish what he started.
Heaven is for Real (Revelation 4)
Description:God is in absolute control of all things.
The Self-Reliant Church (Revelation 3:14-22)
Description:The sin that makes Jesus want to throw up.
The Powerless Church (Revelation 3:7-13)
Description:You have little power. But Jesus has all power. And he is using his power for your good.
The Dead Church (Revelation 3:1-6)
Description:We are not bad people in need of improvement. We are dead people in need of a resurrection.
The Tolerant Church (Revelation 2:18-29)
Description:It is not love to let a person drive off a cliff with no warning whatsoever.
The Wordly Church (Revelation 2:12-17)
Description:Don't be so focused on defending against the direct attacks of Satan that you forget to guard the back door.
The Persecuted Church (Revelation 2:8-11)
Description:Are you ready to be slandered, impoverished, imprisoned, and even killed for Jesus?
The Unloving Church (Revelation 2:1-7)
Description:It is possible to be so good at identifying false teaching that Jesus himself congratulates you on your discernment, while at the same time completely missing the central teaching of Christianity for yourself.
Fear Not (Revelation 1:9-20)
Description:Don't be afraid. Jesus is the greatest being in the universe, and he is with you.
The Lamb Wins (Revelation 1:1-8)
Description:Revelation is a message from God to you designed to change the way you live.
Stay Connected to Jesus (John 15:5)
Description:A brief sermon from Pastor Dan and a powerful testimony from his wife on the importance of staying connected to Jesus.
Epilogue: (Not) Happily Ever After
Description:Jacob lives in a fallen world, not a fairy tale - as so do we. (Genesis 35:16-29)
Episode XI: Beginning Again
Description:God responds to Jacob's sin with invitation, not condemnation (Genesis 35:1-15).
Description:Helpful and true reflections on Psalm 23 from Cary Gossen of the Rural Home Missionary Association (RHMA).
Episode X: A Family Tragedy
Description:Jacob's unresolved sin is a ticking time-bomb that eventually explodes, bringing destruction to his family and his community. (Genesis 34)
Imperfect People, Perfect Savior
Description:There are a lot of black sheep in Jesus' family tree, but Jesus came to save them (and us) from our sins.
Episode IX: Life as a New Man
Description:After surrendering to God Jacob isn't instantly perfect, but there is progress (Genesis 33).
Eppisode VIII: Total Surrender
Description:Jacob finally surrenders to God and finds everything he always wanted. (Genesis 32)
Episode VII: Escape From Slavery
Description:The same God who rescued Jacob from slavery still promises to rescue you, too. (Genesis 31)