This world is hostile to Christ the King. Inevitably, that hostility is applied to His servants. In the face of this hostility, what is the source of our peace? The unconditional love and grace of God the Father for His people. (The audio is now the correct sermon.)
Jesus Christ is the conquering king, ruler of all creation. So why are we Christians so content to live as though we are spiritual paupers? Hear more about the riches that Christ offers to his children in this sermon by Bill Lliorca.
In this fifth sermon in his series on family life, Pastor Nate Harlan says that for young men to answer the biggest questions of their lives — What is my path? Whom shall I marry? — they first must seek wisdom. Only with wisdom will our young men become dangerous to the enemies of God.
When we see our families beset with sin, we should always stop and first check on sins of the tongue. Because as James warns us, the tongue is a restless evil and full of deadly poison. Sanctifying our speech is essential to family peace.
When you make someone your friend, you have granted them influence in your life. As Pastor Nate Harlan says in this third sermon in his Family Life series, this reason is why it is essential for young Christians to choose friends who will help them strive toward godliness.
God is very concerned with wives’ hearts toward their husbands. In this second sermon in his Family Life Series, Pastor Nate Harlan talks to wives — and to women who hope to be wives — about how God the Father wants them to treat their husbands.
In this world of sin and death, sorrow is inescapable. Although we deserve sorrow, God does not desire for us to remain in sorrow. His desire is to give us joy. Hear Pastor Nate Harlan’s sermon on Christ’s words in John 16.
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.