This sermon looks at Thomas’ doubt of Christ’s resurrection until seeing Jesus’ crucifixion scars. Jesus is glad to help people’s faith grow. Thomas is only doing what the disciples did earlier on the night of Jesus resurrection. Thomas’ doubts of belief resonate with many believers if they are honest about their spiritual journey.
This Easter message describes the the faith development of Nicodemus. He models steps of faith that lead to belief the belief in Christ’s resurrection. Many share Nicodemus’ steps of faith and belief.
This sermon looks at the culture of Christianity in American and how it has produced cultural Christians at the expense of producing biblical Christians. To understand this shift the generations of the Silents, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials are looked at through their statics involving their faith. In the end one can see that there exists a real need for the church to produce authentic biblical Christ followers.
This is part two of two sermons that look at the call. The reality is that God’s calling involves calling us to Himself, and secondly, calling us to something unique. The discovery of this calling is a wonderful adventure of faith, mystery, and journey.
We conclude our series on spiritual disciplines that Jesus assumes we will use. In proclaiming in the Lord’s Prayer, “Your Kingdom Come” Pastor Dana feels in our culture that this action necessitates that we be readers of God’s Word. In addition, Pastor Dana summaries why he personally and believes in using the Life Journal. Finally the series in concluded by looking what we need to do to get more opportunities for God to work in our life.
This message deals with the recent racial tensions that are gripping our nation and what an app
God is intertwining your micro story with his macro story of redemption. Are you living in such as way to be a contributor to God’s redemptive story.
In light of Father’s Day, Pastor Dana looks at Proverbs 3:5-7 for guidance for all parents to ensure that they intentionally leave a spiritual legacy behind for friends, and family.