Monday, January 29, 2007

The hymn "Amazing Grace" is one of the most widely known and most loved hymns of the church. But even though we sing of God's amazing grace, few people today are truly amazed by it. So many of us continue to depend on works or our own goodness to earn God's salvation and as a method to judge the worthiness of others for God's blessings. In Matthew 20:1-16, Jesus tells a parable that reveals to us the true nature of God's grace and why we frequently live in resentment of it. You can hear it at

Monday, January 22, 2007

Even though most believers say that God's Word is important, so many seem bored by its message and indifferent to what it says. In this message based on Hebrews 2:1-3, we see that this attitude can lead to disastrous consequences. It can be heard at

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Because God's Word can be challenging, because it can make us uncomfortable, many people search for answers and guidance from other sources. People turn to other religions and to occult practices. What does God have to say about this? This week's message, based on Isaiah 8:20-22 looks at this question. You can hear it at or at

Monday, January 08, 2007

This week's message looked at the fact that, even though so many people claim to have a high regard for the Word of God, they're so quick to dismiss it. If we really desire God's guidance, if we really want his blessing, then why would we ignore what he says to us? In this message based on John 2:1-11 we see that, without listening to the Word of God, without following him, we cannot receive the blessing of the Lord; we must do whatever he says. You can hear this message at or at

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

In this week's message we looked at the 12 year old Jesus. As the Son of God, it was only natural for him to be around the things of God. In fact, his whole life revolved around God. It was his heart's desire. But is it our's? So many people, even in the church today, seem to want nothing to do with God. You can hear this message at or at