Sermons by Kole Farney
In this sermon from Kole Farney, he encourages us with Biblical proof from the Gospel of John that all the words of the Bible are Jesus’ words.
In this sermon from Kole Farney, we launched our Week of Prayer 2020 by being encouraged to wait on the Lord, who is forgiving and redeeming, in Psalm 130.
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 from John 6:30-40, Kole Farney helps us realize why Jesus came and invites us to come to Jesus.
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, 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.”
In this sermon from Mark 4:18-25, Kole Farney helps us marvel at Christ.
In this sermon from Ephesians 6, Kole Farney helps us stand firm in the evil day by understanding the armor of God and the believer.
In this sermon from Psalm 118, Kole Farney helps us glorify Christ and understand the deep reasons that “for the Christian, thanksgiving never really ends.”
In this sermon from Romans 5, Kole Farney points to how, in Christ, we have lasting hope for living life in this world.