“The most urgent need in the Christian Church today is true preaching; and as it is the greatest and the most urgent need in the Church, it is obviously the greatest need of the world also.”
– Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Preaching and Preachers, 17

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Encouragement for the Tired

  •   Jan 19, 2020   •     •   Acts 15:22–35

Real freedom leads faithful churches to radical love. Continue reading

Freedom for the World

  •   Jan 12, 2020   •     •   Acts 15:1–21

The gospel of Christ is for all the world. It is received by grace alone, through faith alone, and in Christ alone. Continue reading

A Prayer for Endurance

  •   Jan 05, 2020   •     •   Psalm 112

As Christians, we approach our awesome God with confidence and not terror. Continue reading

Righteousness: The Peacemaker

  •   Dec 29, 2019   •     •   Matthew 5:21–26

Sinful anger is rooted in our sinful hearts. God’s righteous judgment comes against all sin, but Christ offers us the peace of a pure heart. Continue reading

The Christmas Sermon (2019)

  •   Dec 22, 2019   •     •   Matthew 1:1–17

Matthew’s genealogy is a declaration that Jesus is more than a carpenter–he is the long-expected King of Israel. Continue reading

The Son of God

  •   Dec 15, 2019   •     •   Colossians 1:15–16

Jesus is the Son of God–the savior in whom sinners find everlasting life. Continue reading

The Son of David

  •   Dec 08, 2019   •     •   2 Samuel 5:2

Israel was promised a descendent of King David who would sit on the throne forever. That king is Jesus, the King of the entire world. Continue reading

A Theology of Marriage for Today

  •   Dec 01, 2019   •     •   Genesis 2

Our expectations for our marriages must be in line with God’s designs and God’s plans for marriage. Continue reading

The Son of Abraham

  •   Nov 24, 2019   •     •   Genesis 12:1–3

Jesus Christ is the fulfillment of all God’s promises to Abraham. Continue reading

The God Who Restores

  •   Nov 17, 2019   •     •   Ezekiel 40–48

Humility comes from seeing who you should have been; joy comes from seeing who God is. Continue reading