The God Is… series traces the big themes of Scripture along the storyline of the Bible in an accessible way. The purpose of this series is not to simply inform you of the basic truths about God, but to challenge you to live out your faith in life and practice.
One of the most hope-filled messages of the New Testament is that Jesus will come again. God is returning. This should affect us in positive ways and calls for an individual response from each of us. Listen to today's message to get more insight into what God may be calling you to.
We had the honor of wrapping up Mega Sports Camp this year with hearing from former UT Quarterback David Ash about team spirit, faith, and football.
In today's message, we asked the question what if God were like ice cream, peanut butter cups, popcorn, or the smell of a newborn baby . . . Irresistible!
Everyone is a worshiper. We all have people or things that we love, sacrifice for, and are our number one affection. The main question each person should answer is this—Do you worship created things, or the Creator? God deserves to be worshiped. He created everyone and everything. Our place as the creation is to worship God.
The Church is not just a building people visit on Sunday, it’s a group of people that God has brought together to give Him glory and tell the world about how great He is. God's biggest sending took place when he sent Jesus to the world. And, now God's church is the sent agent of God to the world.
Resurrection is the doctrine that after dying on a cross, Jesus physically rose to life, conquering Satan, Sin, and Death. Jesus now sits on His throne as King. In this sermon, we explore the Biblical and circumstantial evidence of Jesus’ bodily resurrection, then deal with common objections to this doctrine.
While we covered a brief devotional thought regarding communion today, we had a less traditional message today, that we think your friends and family members may enjoy hearing about. God bless you as you lean in to learn from 3 men who love Jesus and love their families well.
God wants a relationship with us. Throughout the Bible, He has had several covenants with men like Abram, Noah, Moses and David. Now, we live under the New Covenant through Jesus. In this message we find out some significant changes that come into our relationships, identity, and obedience as the result of the New Covenant.
We recognize things aren’t as they should be. Wars, world hunger, human slavery, death and disease. All of these things are wrong with the world. And, in our heart of hearts, we want things to be made right. We want justice. Can we trust that God is Just? Find out why God is Just in this sixth part of the God is series.
“In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth”. That’s the opening line of Genesis. But how old is the earth? Where did everything come from? And are we all just evolved beings from a totally different species? The doctrine of creation is a big topic for debate among Christians and non-Christians alike.
This may or may not come as a surprise to you, but God is speaking to you right now. Maybe not in the same way He did when He spoke creation into existence. Or when he instructed his disciples on the hillside. But be assured, His voice can still be heard. Find out how in this message.