In John 15:9-17 Jesus identifies six ways in which He serves as Mediator and Great High Priest. These include mediation of God’s love, joy, salvation, friendship, and fruitfulness, as well as friendship between believers.
D.R. Randle explains what Jesus meant when He spoke of abiding in Him in John 15:1-8.
Listen in to this special service where we were joined by Pascal and Becky Grenade, missionaries in Mauritius, heard from the youth and college ensemble, and were blessed as Pascal spoke on the cost of being a disciple of Jesus Christ.
In an age where terrorism, threats against the Church, and assaults on the infallibility and authority of Scripture abound, the Christian has good reason for their hearts not to be troubled. In this message D.R. unfolds the continuing work of the Holy Spirit as revealed in John 14:25-31.
There is a lot of confusion surrounding the Person and work of the Holy Spirit. Rod Walls helps to clear up a lot of the confusion as he opens up John 14:15-24.
D.R. Randle presents his annual “Vision Sunday” message where he reviews events of the past year and reflects on why believers can have hope about things to come. This year D.R. points to selected passages from Revelation, demonstrating that worship and proclamation of God’s Word are appropriate no matter how intensely the Church may be persecuted.
Pastor Ryan Millar explains the meaning of the name “Immanuel” and why “God with us” is vital not only for the Christian of today, but also for those who do not yet know Jesus Christ in a saving way.
In the hurry surrounding Christmas and New Years celebrations we can sometimes lose our joy. In this sermon Pastor D.R. Randle explains how the Christian can can experience the joy that Jesus had during His earthly ministry.
Psalm 22 is a “Psalm of David,” yet ultimately speaks to the coming Messiah, Jesus. Open your Bible to Psalm 22 and listen in as Bobby McCreery unfolds this sobering and convicting passage.
If your heart has been troubled by the rise of terrorism or from other concerns, this message is for you. Listen in as Pastor Ryan Millar explains a wonderful text found in John 14:1-14.