11 February, 2020
As Pastor J.D. continues in this message from Ephesians, we learn the four things we must understand about salvation to really lay hold of the gift of grace. When we do, we find the confidence that comes from accepting Christ’s righteousness as our own.
10 February, 2020
In this message from the “Love Incorruptible” series, Pastor J.D. helps us see that, until we fully understand the problem of sin, we can never fully cherish the gift of grace.
7 February, 2020
In this message, Pastor J.D. continues in Ephesians and the “Love Incorruptible” series, showing us how God opens our eyes to who Jesus is and the four things we understand when we pray for spiritual sight.
6 February, 2020
In this message from the “Love Incorruptible” series, Pastor J.D. takes us through a passage in Ephesians and shows us why it’s not enough just to know facts. God has to grant us spiritual sight if we want to know him more and see his true glory.
5 February, 2020
As Pastor J.D. continues in the “Love Incorruptible” series, he shows us that, while predestination contains some of the greatest paradoxes, we can gain confidence in disciple making from knowing we were saved to bring other people to Jesus and feel empowered to say to him, “Yes, God, use me for your purposes.”
4 February, 2020
In this introduction to the “Love Incorruptible” series from Ephesians, Pastor J.D. explains predestination and helps us see that while some things are not meant to be understood, we can know this: we were chosen for the glory of God.
3 February, 2020
Pastor J.D. continues to teach in this message how we have chosen sin, like the first Adam, but we can choose life through the second man, Jesus Christ.
31 January, 2020
In today’s message, Pastor J.D. walks through Romans 5 and shows us how, even though we all made the same choice as Adam to sin, we can all make the choice today to accept salvation through another man—the second Adam, Jesus Christ.
30 January, 2020
Pastor J.D. continues in this message from Romans to remind us how and why we can have joy in the midst of our suffering.