With no knowledge of what would happen, the Apostle Peter preached the first sermon ever given by a church leader in Acts 2 on the day of Pentecost. What was the message and what did it lead to? Listen to this message and learn. It will explain the purpose of the church, the importance of its message, and the power of God.
As we consider the foundational elements of the church, this week we turn our attention to the foundational message of the church by looking at the first sermon ever given by a church leaders. This message is a great reminder of the gospel and what God desires us to proclaim about the person and work of Jesus Christ.
What are the theological anchors that keep us courageous in evangelism? Why are we able to say that the act evangelism is a supremely glorying to God? How should we think about evangelism during uncertain times? Sam Pirrotta takes us into Paul’s incredible words of thanksgiving as it pertains to evangelism in 2 Corinthians 2:12-17
What is the church? Why does it exist? Where did it come from? And what makes it special? Pastor Cody answers all of these questions and more as he preaches from Acts 2:1-13, a text that reveals the power of God which is at work in believers through the ministry of the local church.
The local church is unlike any other institution. It’s mission is to make and mature disciples of Jesus Christ. How does it fulfill this mission? In this message, Pastor Cody explores five principles of an effective missional church.
Throughout the book of Titus, the Apostle Paul has explained how to establish a healthy church. But one question still remains–how do you keep it healthy? In this sermon, Pastor Cody explains by looking at Paul’s closing instructions to Titus about the dangers of internal division.
How do Christians remain tender and caring while living in an evil and selfish society? As Pastor Cody explains in this message, by remembering the gospel daily. In this message, Pastor Cody points out 4 aspects of salvation that cultivate gratitude towards God and compassion towards others from Titus 3:4-8.
How do Christians remain tender and caring towards their neighbor when they see and experience evil from those around them while living in an evil and selfish society? As Pastor Cody explains in this message, by remembering the gospel daily. But how do you do that? In this two-part series, Pastor Cody explains.
How are Christians to honor God while living as citizens, both of a heavenly kingdom and an earthly one? In this message, Pastor Cody gives two reminders about how Christians can promote the gospel through good works in an unbelieving world.
One of the most worship-inspiring questions for any Christian is this: “What would motivate Jesus Christ to die on the cross for me?” In this message, Pastor Cody explains such motivations that are revealed in Jesus’ description of himself as the good shepherd.