Divine Adoption

God looked down on the hopelessness of humanity, and He took action by sending forth His Son, for the intended purpose of redeeming His people, with the desired result of adoption and affection.

Christian’s are imitators of our Heavenly Father. So when we see the hopelessness of orphans, we take action by caring for them in their distress, with the desired result of their adoption and affection, for the purpose of their eternal redemption.

Scripture: Galatians 4:4-7

Judgment and Deliverance Part 2

What we look at, we will become and what we want, we will often get. In this sermon, Pastor Nate walks through the reason for God’s judgment on Sodom and Gomorrah.

Scripture: Genesis 19:1-29

The Gospel and Slavery

Philip Graham Ryken said, “part of our sinful nature instinctively chooses to see what we want to see, and to ignore what we want to ignore until it’s too late and the damage is done.” The example of slavery is one such blind spot. In 1 Timothy 6:1-2, we’ll walk through Paul’s instructions to Christians who are living in an infrastructure of slavery and explain how they ought to live.

Scripture::1 Timothy 6:1-2

Jesus and the Unexpected

Jesus regularly interacted with people that the religious people of His day found scandalous. Join me as I walk through a small passage in Luke where we see Jesus interacting with the unexpected and then see how this passage speaks to your life and mine.

Scripture: Luke 5:27-32; Matthew 9:9-13

The Compassionate One Makes A Visit

Jesus can give real hope and compassion because He is the One who is more powerful than death.

Scripture: Luke 7:1-17; Matthew 8:5-13