Close Menu X
Navigate

Post Category: Sermon Series

Subscribe to the RSS Feed
  • Featured Blogposts
  • All Blogposts

New Sermon Series - "1 Corinthians: To the church..."

Starting Jan 3, 2016, we will begin a new sermon series on Paul's 1st Letter to the Corinthians.  1 Corinthians has much to say to the modern world. No book in the New Testament, even Paul’s letter to the Romans, does more to explain the grace of God, the lordship of Christ, and the work of the Holy Spirit. In addition to supplying concrete answers to many p...

Keep Reading

New Sermon Series - "Praying the Psalms"

There's no such thing as someone who cannot deepen their prayer life. Over the centuries, no book of the Bible has done a better job of that than the Psalms. The Psalms are the hymnbook and prayerbook of the Bible, and it’s the best place to get our vocabulary for prayer from. The Psalms force us to deal with God as he is, not as we wish he was. They teach us to p...

Keep Reading

New Sermon Series - "The Christian Life" (Romans 5-8)

This Sunday, we will begin a new sermon series on "The Christian Life". Many Christians live every day not knowing how the Christian Life is to be lived. They ask questions like: How do I have peace with God? What does it mean to be united to Christ? Why do I still sin if I am a Christian? How to do I get victory in my struggle with sin? How do I know that I am s...

Keep Reading

The Gospel of Mark Sermon Series

We're excited to announce that we will be preaching through the Gospel of Mark beginning January 5, 2014. The Gospel of Mark is the earlist written and shortest of the four gospels. You can read through the entire book in about 40 minutes. Here are a few highlights that we find in the Gospel of Mark: Mark is very much a tell-it-like-it-is sort of Gospel, and actions...

Keep Reading

"The Explicit Gospel" - Begins Dec 1

We're excited to announce our next Sermon Series titled "The Explicit Gospel". Even if you go to church, it doesn’t mean that you are being exposed (or exposing others) to the gospel explicitly. Sure, most people talk about Jesus, and about being good and avoiding bad, but the gospel message simply isn’t there—at least not in its specificity and its fu...

Keep Reading

Still Excited About Philippians

Although, the sermon series on Philippians is over I found myself, my wife, and another family from HRF discussing the meaning of the letter over dinner yesterday evening. It was truly a time of "encouragement in Christ" (Philippians 2:1). A few weeks ago I posted, "why I was excited about the letter to the Philippians serving as the text for preaching in our Sunday morn...

Keep Reading

Why I Am Excited About The Book of Philippians

A few reasons why I am excited about HRF's study of the book of Philippians: The plurality of teachers preaching the Gospel through the book of Philippians. These various different individuals who work together through the text of Philippians brings a fresh appeal to this letter by Paul to the Philippian church. There a different voices even different styles that all br...

Keep Reading