• Who Moved The Stone? Part 2
    Date: Nov 14, 2004 | Passage: John 20:1-15
    Series: Our Risen Savior

    Nothing in all the Bible compares to the drama of John 20. In these short verses we have the very heart of all we believe. Jesus Christ declared to be the Son of God – by the glorious power of the resurrection!

  • Who Rose from that Tomb?
    Date: Sep 19, 2004
    Series: Experience the World of the Bible

    Who was He? By way of the following verses, analyze with me just who it was that rose! ONE WHO HAD A NAME: John 18:1-11

  • Who Rose From The Dead?
    Date: Sep 19, 2004
    Series: Our Risen Savior

    Who was He? By way of the following verses, analyze with me just who it was that rose! ONE WHO HAD A NAME: John 18:1-11 Who has a name above all others, that every knee shall bow before? Jesus Christ our Lord, declared to be the Son of God with power by the resurrection from the dead.

  • Who Was Mark?
    Date: Feb 13, 2000 | Passage: Mark 1
    Series: Discover The Majesty of Jesus

    First, MARK'S GOSPEL IS EXCITING. Why? Because it is the apostle Peter recounting the greatest story ever told. If you will let him, Mark will let you see, feel and experience what it was like to walk around Israel watching God in a body, right here on earth. This gospel is Peter's dramatic, vivid, full of color action packed video that takes us on an eye witness journey with none other than the Lord of Glory, Jesus Christ.

  • Who Was Mark?
    Date: Feb 13, 2000 | Passage: Mark 1
    Series: Walking with Jesus in the Gospel by Mark

    First, MARK'S GOSPEL IS EXCITING. Why? Because it is the apostle Peter recounting the greatest story ever told. If you will let him, Mark will let you see, feel and experience what it was like to walk around Israel watching God in a body, right here on earth. This gospel is Peter's dramatic, vivid, full of color action packed video that takes us on an eye witness journey with none other than the Lord of Glory, Jesus Christ.

  • Why Does God Send the Second Greatest Ecological Disaster of History in Revelation 8?
    Date: Sep 15, 2013 | Passage: Revelation 8
    Series: The Return of the King: Revelation 6-19

    In Genesis 6-8, God sent the first ecological disaster of human history in the catastrophic Global Flood of Noah. It was less than 5,000 years ago, when God completely devastated the surface of the entire planet. Through 40 days of rain, plus most likely the fountains of the deep (volcanic eruptions), God drowned or buried every land animal, and every human except the eight in the Ark. There has never been anything like the Flood of Noah that buried, flooded, and changed every square inch of the Earth, just under 5,000 years ago. That is until the events of Revelation 8. In this chapter we find an ecological disaster, the magnitude of which we will examine today.

  • Why God Doesn’t Answer Prayers
    Date: Mar 30, 2003
    Series: Psalm 119: The Power of a Word Filled Life

    This morning we are learning about prayer. We have already seen that no one ever prayed as much as Jesus.

  • WHY HUNGER FOR GOD?
    Date: Jul 23, 2000 | Passage: Mark 2:18-22
    Series: Walking with Jesus in the Gospel by Mark

    This morning we are going to study a fascinating area of God’s Word - BIBLICAL FASTING. How is your appetite this morning? I’m not referring to the consumptive society in which we live where more food is thrown out each day than half the rest of the world has to eat. No, I’m talking about your hunger for God. How is it?

  • Why Jesus Chastens His Church: He wants us Fruitful and Pleasing God
    Date: Mar 27, 2011 | Passage: Revelation 2:1-3:1
    Series: Christ's Last Words To His Church: The Book of Revelation

    The description of Christ emphasizes His work within His Church as He identifies and deals with anything that would hinder the message, fruitfulness, or effectiveness of His Church. Do I seek to get rid of anything in my life that displeases Him, and give up anything that hinders me from even more responding to His desires?

  • Why Should I Hunger for God?
    Date: Jul 23, 2000 | Passage: Mark 2:18-22
    Series: The Coming Global Financial Collapse

    We are going to study a fascinating area of God’s Word - BIBLICAL FASTING. How is your appetite today? I’m not referring to the consumptive society in which we live where more food is thrown out each day than half the rest of the world has to eat. No, I’m talking about your hunger for God.

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