Luke 12:35-48 ~ The New Testament frequently refers to the second coming of Jesus Christ. Pastor Rod Bunton reviews the sequence of the end times in order to help us understand this passage in its proper context; a passage that encourages us to be ready for events that, undeniably, will come.
Luke 12:22-34 ~ Verse 34 in this passage exposes where worry takes us: For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. Pastor Rod Bunton asks us to consider where our heart is and exhorts us desire God more than anything.
Psalm 86 ~ As we move into the new year, we know that our lives will encounter times of trouble in the coming months—some difficult, some easy; some long, some short. Pastor Ben Khazraee teaches from David’s prayer to remind us why we pray and the character of Him who answers.
We sing about it in hymns and Christmas Carols, “Glory to the newborn king!”. The wise men were seeking the King of the Jews. The prophet Daniel wrote about a coming kingdom. Pastor Rod Bunton explores why Jesus is our king and how that should be lived out in our lives.
Hebrews 10:1-18 ~ Why is the manger so important to the world? Pastor Rod Bunton explores the reasons provided in Hebrews and we learn why it had to happen and what it accomplished.
Luke 12:22-34 ~ Jesus taught that worry is a sin against God. Pastor Rod Bunton explains the reasons that Jesus gives us why worrying is an offense to God, a waste of our time, and keeps us from seeking what is best for us.
Luke 12:22-34 ~ Does God concern himself with the needs of his flock? Does he care? Is he capable? Pastor Rod Bunton uses Jesus’ teaching to help us understand when legitimate concerns become sinful worry.
Luke 12:13-21 ~ When a man asked Jesus to resolve a dispute about an inheritance, he received a parable instead. Pastor Rod Bunton teaches about the covetousness that leads to idolatry and keeps us from contentment in God.
Luke 12:10-12 ~ The power of God’s forgiveness is greater than any sin we can commit, save one. Pastor Rod Bunton helps us understand this often misunderstood passage about the unpardonable sin.
Luke 12:8-9 ~ Knowing that the heart of hypocrisy is the fear of man, Jesus exhorted his disciples to fear God instead. Pastor Rod Bunton teaches, as Jesus did, that we should confess Christ before men, both with our lips and with our lives.
Luke 12:1-7 ~ After warning his disciples about the dangers of hypocrisy, he teaches them how to recognize it. Pastor Rod Bunton teaches us that the fear of man—desiring to please those around us more than God—is the source of hypocrisy.
Psalm 119:1-16 ~ Is “doing your duty” something you are obligated to do even though you are not motivated or enjoy it? Pastor Ben Khazraee teaches that, when it comes to our duty to obey God, we should be delighted with the opportunity to please our Lord and relish the impact it has on our lives.