Sermons on Trinity
John 8:37-59 Jesus entered a debate with those listening to him and he revealed to them that the reason they didn’t believe him was because they were following the wrong father. Pastor Rod Bunton walks us through that debate and the incredible claims that Jesus made at its conclusion.
Ephesians 1:1-14 Dr. Bruce A. Ware, Professor of Christian Theology at Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky preaches from the first part of Ephesians Chapter 1 and unpacks a snapshot of the doctrine of the trinity found there.
John 1:1-2 In the first two verses of John’s gospel account, he teaches some amazing and critically necessary doctrines. Pastor Rod Bunton examines three important things taught by John that we must believe to be Christians.
John The Gospel account from John was written so that we may know that Jesus is the Messiah and also the son of God. Pastor Rod Bunton begins a new series in the book of John and, through a quick survey, highlights the theme which occurs throughout.
Pastor Ben Khazraee wraps up the series by looking at how the Holy Spirit helps us to walk obediently and to stay on the path to Christlikeness.
Pastor Doug Link explores the meaning of “being filled with the Holy Spirit.”
Pastor Ben Khazraee concludes a discussion on three particular gifts that Grace Church teaches are not still present today.
Does the Spirit still give the gifts of prophecy, tongues, and healings? Pastor Ben Khazraee begins a discussion on these three particular gifts that Grace Church teaches are not still present today.
Pastor Doug Link discusses the different types of spiritual gifts given by the Holy Spirit.
Pastor Ben Khazraee teaches about the Holy Spirit’s role in establishing the covenant for believers after the glorification of Christ.
Pastor Doug Link continues his teaching about the role of the Holy Spirit with regard to the Scriptures and then focuses on how the Holy Spirit interacted with the Old Testament believers.
Pastor Doug Link teaches about the role of the Holy Spirit with regard to the Scriptures.