Summary: "You are being tempted right now, and so am I." These are the words of Russ Moore, and they sound a call to understand how temptation works and how we can triumph over it in Christ. Our triumph will only be found in Jesus, the true and better Adam, the true and better Israel.
Summary: You may have had a productive week at work or at home, but can you say the same for your spiritual life. How can we be spiritually productive? John the Baptist gives a clear answer: "Bear fruits in keeping with repentance."
Summary: The Son of God, Jesus Christ, invaded human history, so that our lives might be invaded by his peace. He was appointed for the rise and fall of many. See the humility and glory of Christ, and embrace the peace he came to bring.
Summary: Luke gives his readers an unbelievable preview of the coming Messiah. In Luke 1:5-80, we discover much about the person of Christ and the great work of salvation he brings. Like a good movie preview, Luke leaves us longing to see more.
Summary: Jesus came to this earth on a mission. His mission was to bring salvation to all people. Listen to this introductory sermon on the Gospel of Luke that covers the prologue and what many to believe the key verse of the gospel, Luke 19:10.
Summary: John Piper says, "Missions exists because worship doesn't." This is exactly we see with Paul in Athens in Acts 17:16-34. His jealousy for God's glory moved him to a clear and contextual witness to Christ. What's the point for us? The desire for God to be worshiped should fuel our mission to make God known.
Summary: Revelation 5 teaches us that the matchless worth of Christ summons our unrestrained worship. When we perceive the glory of Christ and prize him above all else, we will pursue him with great intensity and worship.
Summary: Psalm 131 is a short Psalm with a great message about a big God. Guest Preacher Dane Helsing, Associate Pastor at Hope Fellowship Church (Cambridge, MA), addresses what it looks like for us to "Let God Be God"
Summary: How should we respond when the circumstances of life press in on us? The book of Habakkuk teaches us that an ultra clear vision of God will help us navigate life's greatest trials. Because God is present, sovereign, good, and powerful, we can rise above the circumstances.