Stand Alone Messages
There is Hope… I Found it!
Hebrews 10:23 • March 29, 2020 • Pastor Jeff Beckett
Hope! What a great word! There are a lot uses of the word in the culture, surrounded by adjectives, like: “false hope,” or the “great hope,” or “only hope.” But today we use the word surrounded by the definite article The Hope.
A Future I Do Not Have to fear
Luke 21:25–28 • March 22, 2020 • Pastor Jeff Beckett
Fear is the great “paralyzer.” It is man’s second post-fall emotion, after shame, as Adam and Eve hid themselves from God in the Garden. And today, fear robs you of the peace and power that is your birthright in Christ … Jesus spoke to this in John 14:27.
Why Does God Seek and Save the Lost?
Ephesians 1:3-14 • March 1, 2020 • Pastor Josh Komis
This past weekend at DiscipleNow we had an amazing time with our students looking at the character of God. He is a God who has a heart to seek and to save the lost. Our theme verse is Luke 19:10 which says, “the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost.” We looked at the story of when Jesus sought Zacchaeus and redeemed Him. We understand that we are all sinners in need of salvation. We are now called to live a life fully devoted to Jesus. One question that must be asked in response to all of this truth is, “Why?” This morning, we will look at Ephesians 1:3–14 and why Jesus came to seek and to save the lost: to glorify His name.
Passing The Vision Test
October 27, 2019 • Pastor Jeff Beckett
Today we look at a very familiar story from the O. T. about vision. Israel, having been led by God to the edge of the promised land, then turns back in fear, distraction and ultimately division. It was an epic failure of faith. We must hone the disciplines that allow us to pass the vision test we face.
Marks of a Disciple: Giving Extravagantly (Combined BFG Series)
July 21, 2018 • Pastor Nick Sennert
What are the marks of a healthy disciple? In this sermon podcast, Pastor Nick Sennert concludes our summer BFG series on five foundational marks of a disciple. This week's topic is Giving Extravagantly.