Sermons on Outreach (Page 3)
God’s love is shown in the light of the Son. We either continue to reject God, love our sin, and stay condemned or we come into the light of Jesus and live.
If you have met Jesus, you can introduce someone to Jesus. God loves to use simple instruments to eternally change the course of another’s life.
In this message from Romans 9:1-13, Pastor Ritch teaches about the seeming contradiction between God’s sovereign power over salvation and the lack of faith so many people have demonstrated both in Bible times and today.
We must be filled with the Spirit if we are to have a Christ-like response to persecution and hardship. In this message from Acts 7:54-8:3, Art Georges (Senior Pastor of Living Hope Community Church) teaches about the death of Stephen and the encouragement it holds for the church to stand for Christ today.
Of the seven miracles Jesus performed in the book of John, which was the greatest? In this message from John 20:30-31, Dr. Sukhwant Bhatia offers challenging insights into these miraculous works, and shares the most miraculous work of all.
Only God can turn the tragedy of forced migration into the triumph of future salvation. In this message, guest speaker Jerry McCorkle (founder of Spread Truth Ministries) teaches about God’s sovereignty in the face of suffering across the globe, and calls the church to action for the sake of the Gospel.
All believers have experiences and feelings which encourage and strengthen their faith in Christ, but the Bible offers us more than simply subjective experiences. In this message from Matthew 28:1-20, Pastor Ritch teaches about the events and circumstances surrounding that first Easter Sunday morning, and the firm foundation it lays out for faith in the resurrection of Jesus Christ.