In this message, Pastor Cody explains how Jesus Christ, the Son of God, demonstrated true humility, by becoming a human and dying for sinners. By understanding the humility of Christ, Christians learn how to humbly serve those around them.
Getting along with others can be difficult at work, at home, and in the church because of differences in ideas, personality, and preferences. Amidst these differences, how does the church maintain unity? In this sermon, Pastor Cody explains two ways to do this. Not surprisingly, both of these points have to do with cultivating an attitude of humility.
Among other things, those who place their faith in Jesus become “citizens” of a heavenly kingdom. While this comes with immeasurable privileges, it also comes with certain responsibilities. One of those responsibilities is to live as citizens worthy of the gospel. In this message, Pastor Cody explains what this means and four ways to live this responsibility out.
In this message, Pastor Cody explains why every person can face the future with courage and joy if they have believed in Jesus as their Lord and Savior.
Do you ever struggle to have joy? In this message, Pastor Cody explains how someone can have joy in the midst of any circumstance by looking at how God is constantly at work for the glory of Christ through our trials.
Do you desire meaningful Christian relationships that are marked by mutual love, affection, and joy? In this message, Pastor Cody explains what those kinds of relationships are built on and how to experience them.
No church is perfect, but one of the most important questions is, does it focus on Christ? Is it a Christ-centered church? If it is, it can weather any storm or struggle it faces with joy. Nobody models that better than Paul in Philippians. In this sermon, we look at two aspects of what a Christ-centered church looks like.
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