Sermons on Spiritual Growth
Proverbs 4:10-27 Solomon provided his children, and us, with excellent training in the ways of wisdom. Pastor Doug Link concludes his series from Proverbs 4 by contrasting the two paths we can take and showing how embracing wisdom requires diligent attention.
Proverbs 4:1-9 God’s word lists many responsibilities that fall on parents who have children and one of those is to impart wisdom. Pastor Doug Link preaches from Proverbs 4 to help us understand that responsibility, why it’s difficult, and why it is so important to pass on to our children.
James 3:13-18 There are many examples in the Bible of those who ask God for wisdom and this is something that we can pray for in our own lives. Pastor Charlie Greenwell answers the question, “How do we know that we have received Godly wisdom when it comes and not our own worldly wisdom?”
Ephesians 5:15-17 ~ The Bible has a lot to say about wisdom and it’s clearly an attribute that Christians should strive to develop. Pastor Doug Link uses a passage in Ephesians 5 to help us see three ways that we can grow in wisdom the way that God intends.
Mark, a missionary to Lebanon, gives us an update on his work — including the recently launched Shepherds’ Training Institute. This leads to a short message from Psalm 40 about trusting and waiting on the Lord.
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.
Luke 11:5-13 – After teaching his disciples how they should pray, Jesus tells them how they should be motivated in their prayers. Pastor Rod Bunton explains the we should be shamelessly bold in our petitions to God, who loves his children.
1 Thessalonians 5:18 – In the wake of Hurricane Hermine, Pastor Rod Bunton takes us to a passage that reminds us about an important command from God.