Sermon Archive (Page 3)

Sermon Archive (Page 3)

Sermons preached at Grace Church. The most recent sermons are listed first. You can also find a sermon by topic, series, books of the Bible, speaker, or by date.

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Setting Expectations

1 Corinthians 1:1-3 Paul begins this letter to the church at Corinth by reminding them who he is and who they are. Pastor Rod Bunton breaks down the densely packed introduction to this letter that sets the appropriate expectations for what comes next.

Many Failures

The church at Corinth had one underlying problem: they were immature Christians. This was manifested by many failures that Paul addressed in this letter. Pastor Rod Bunton continues his introduction to 1 Corinthians and highlights some of the failures that we will discover during this series.

One Underlying Problem

1 Corinthians 1:1-2a The church in Corinth had a solid foundation when Paul established it during one of his missionary travels, but years later he was moved to write a letter to address their current condition. Pastor Rod Bunton begins a new series on the first epistle to the church at Corinth and introduces the one underlying problem that Paul was addressing.

Meditating on God’s World and Word

Psalm 19 Psalm 19 declares that God is not silent and that we should recognize and respond to that truth. Pastor Ben Khazraee explores this psalm and explains how God speaks to us through creation and the scriptures.

The Perfect Audience

Luke 2:7-11 After the birth of Jesus, an angel of the Lord appeared to shepherds out in the fields. Pastor Rod Bunton teaches why this was the perfect audience to hear the announcement of the birth of the savior.

The Most Important Event

Luke 2:1-7 The first seven verses in Luke Chapter 2 describe a remarkably ordinary event: the birth of a child in Bethlehem. Pastor Rod Bunton explains that this birth had to happen just right because it was, in reality, the most important event, ever.

Sanctification, Part 7

1 Corinthians 9:24–27 The apostle Paul compared our journey of growth in sanctification to an athletic contest where the competition is our own fleshly nature and the prize is much greater than what man can bestow. Pastor Rod Bunton encourages us from scripture to embrace righteousness and exercise self-control as he concludes his in-depth examination of the doctrine of Sanctification, another work of the Holy Spirit.

Sanctification, Part 6

Growth in our sanctification requires both changing our behavior regarding sin and also living our lives in Christ. Pastor Rod Bunton continues giving us practical ways to accomplish these things in his examination of the doctrine of Sanctification, another work of the Holy Spirit.

Sanctification, Part 5

Romans 6 Knowing that we are dead to sin and that we should live as if we are alive to God through Christ is great, but how do we do this, practically? Pastor Rod Bunton continues in Romans Chapter 6 and a careful examination of the doctrine of Sanctification, another work of the Holy Spirit.

Sanctification, Part 4

Romans 6 Being dead to sin, no longer a slave to it, also comes with something wonderful: life in Christ. Pastor Rod Bunton continues in Romans Chapter 6 and a careful examination of the doctrine of Sanctification, another work of the Holy Spirit.

Sanctification, Part 3

Romans 6 One of the benefits of justification is that we are no longer slaves to sin, which has an important influence on our sanctification. Pastor Rod Bunton dives into Romans Chapter 6 as he continues a careful examination of the doctrine of Sanctification, another work of the Holy Spirit.

Sanctification, Part 2

In order to best understand Sanctification, it is useful to understand what it is not. Pastor Rod Bunton continues a careful examination of the doctrine of Sanctification, another work of the Holy Spirit.