Sermons on Matthew
In this sermon from Matthew 7:13-14, Kole Farney helps us understand what Jesus means when He says to enter by the narrow way.
In this sermon, Kole Farney helps us understand what being poor in spirit means and how it is the pathway to relationship freedom in God’s kingdom.
In this sermon from Matthew 6:25-34, Tom Dixon helps us have a vision for trust in God as opposed to being anxious about life.
In this sermon from Matthew 12:38-41, Phil Auxier helps get to some meaning behind Easter.
In this sermon, Phil Auxier examines the seven sayings of Jesus on the cross to get some insight into who He is and what He came to do.
In this sermon, Kole Farney invites us to think about the law the way Jesus does, from this important part of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:17-20). “What Jesus wants from us is wholehearted devotion to Him, no longer us following a list of rules.”
On Sunday, June 24, we celebrated baptism and the Lord’s Supper. Caleb Gaeddert encouraged us to view baptism as a chance to witness and celebrate. Phil Auxier baptized four people and summarized their testimonies. Tom Dixon helped us think about what the Lord’s Supper means. We hope this was an encouraging morning for you.
In this farewell sermon, Luke reminds us of opportunities for Christ’s love to flow through His people.