Sermon Archives

March 5, 2017

By Faith Not Works

We are justified, we are qualified, we are welcomed before God not by any work of our own doing. No matter how kind, and selfless and proper and “good” someone else’s life looks to us, or how ugly, abusive, violent or horrific our life might be — if anyone stands before God, they stand without […]

February 26, 2017

Living Out Love

In Galatians chapter 2, the apostle Peter get’s called out by Paul for where he has chosen to eat his dinner. What’s the big deal here? Why is Paul escalating Peter’s seating arrangements into a public argument? Because the gospel matters in everything. If we really share the same gospel, then we share in everything […]

February 19, 2017

The Importance Of Orthodoxy

or·tho·dox·y noun 1.  authorized or accepted doctrine and practice. Orthodoxy sounds like a problem for pastors or professors, why should it affect my everyday life? As we continue in Paul’s letter to the Galatians, he begins to unpack for us why getting the gospel right is of vital importance, not just for what we believe in our minds, […]

February 12, 2017

A Former Life

Don’t you wish you could put some things behind you? That there was a line you could draw across a point in time and say “That is not my life anymore, that was the old me.” As The Apostle Paul continues to remind his friends of the true gospel, he points to his own life […]

February 5, 2017

False Gospels

The gospel, or the good news of who Jesus is and what He has done for us, is only powerful when it is heard and believed in it’s proper form. It isn’t like a Tylenol, where half a pill might work half as well. Half a gospel doesn’t half-save, it doesn’t work at all; and […]

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