Monday, November 26, 2007

The end times is a fascinating subject for so many people. They want to know when Jesus will return and what the end will be like. But as Jesus describes the end in Matthew 24, we see that his concern was for his people. He didn't want them to be led astray by false christs and false prophets who were to come. You can hear or download this message at
During our Thanksgiving celebrations, we typically thank God for our material blessings. But, as we see in John 6, our greatest blessing isn't material or worldly; it's Jesus. He is our greatest reason for thanksgiving. This message is shorter than normal, since I encourage our people to share what God's been doing in their lives this past year during our Thanksgiving service. It can be heard or downloaded at

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

The final judgment is an uncomfortalbe subject for many believers. Even though the subject of the end times intrigues them, the judgment seems like the negative and the scary side of the subject. But, as we see in Isaiah 63:1-6, the judgment is actually a blessing for the faithful. This message can be heard or downloaded at

Monday, November 12, 2007

We all realize that we're imperfect people. But so often, we use this as an excuse to justify our sin. However, in this week's message, based on Mark 8:42-50, we see that we're to take our sin very seriously. We're to do everything possible, we're to make any sacrifice necessary, to ensure that we don't lead others to sin or live in wickedness ourselves. This message can be heard or downloaded at:

Monday, November 05, 2007

We all know that we're imperfect people and that we sin against others on a daily basis. We also know that all people are sinful, so we expect others to hurt us. But even though we know this, we find forgiveness to be a very difficult thing. We're usually willing to forgive, but only so far. But in this message, based on Matthew 18:23-35, we see that God wants us to forgive others just as he's forgiven us. You can hear it or download it by clicking this link: