Pastor Nate Harlan opens his new sermon series on Family Life with a challenge aimed at men: Repent of your passivity, which is the refusal to take up your responsibility as a man. Repentence is hard, but be of good cheer. God is a faithful Father who helps us.
Today, Pastor Nate Harlan and the members of Trinity Evangelical Church wrap up their study on those books — called pseudupigrapha and apocrypha — that were decided to be noncanonical and why that decision was made.
American Christians are far too prone to being individualistic and thinking ourselves as self-sufficient. But we all need to be under godly authority, because without it, we will go astray. Hear the sixth sermon in Pastor Nate Harlan’s series on “Life in the Church.”
We ought to be very thankful for the sacrifices our forefathers made so that future generations could have the Word of God. But how do we know what books really belong in the Bible? Listen in to our class to get some answers.
Some Christians say that doctrine is not as important as simply loving God. But as Pastor Nate Harlan points out in his fourth sermon on Life in the Church, lying about someone is not loving. And false doctrine lies about God.