Sermons from August 2017
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.
Psalm 2 – When the rare phenomenon causes the moon to eclipse the sun, we are momentarily cast into darkness during a time when we should be in the light. Charlie Greenwell encourages us to fix our eyes upon Jesus, avoiding those things that would eclipse our view the Son.
Luke 11:1-4 – As imperfect Christians, we have a “sacred schizophrenia” — we love our temptations and we hate them. Pastor Rod Bunton examines the last petition in the Lord’s Prayer where we plead with God to help us overcome our own desires.
Luke 11:1-4 – In the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus taught us to ask for forgiveness from God but that request came with an addendum. Pastor Rod Bunton teaches about our obligation to forgive others.