The Works of the Flesh — Galatians 5:19‑21

Paul tells us that those who gratify the flesh will not enter the kingdom of God. Pastor Nate Harlan walks through what the works of the flesh are and how to avoid them. Listen above, download the audio here, or watch the video below. Photo by Mika Baumeister on Unsplash

The Fruit of the Spirit — Galatians 5:22‑26

Most Christians know the fruit of the Spirit by heart. But how can we be certain that we are producing them, and what is their significance in the life of a Christian? Pastor Nate Harlan explains. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Paul Zoetemeijer on Unsplash

Walk by the Spirit — Galatians 5:13‑18

We Christians are called to not gratify the desires of the flesh. But what does it mean for us to instead walk in the Spirit? Pastor Nate Harlan continues his series on the book of Galatians. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Jan Antonin Kolar on Unsplash

The Offense of the Cross — Galatians 5:7‑12

If you have love for Christ, you will love the sheep and hate the wolves. This is especially true for the men called to be shepherds of God’s people. Hear Pastor Nate Harlan preach on this intense passage of Scripture. Listen above, download the audio here, or watch the video below. Photo by DDP on Unsplash

Severed from Christ — Galatians 5:1‑6

We can never do enough to justify ourselves in the sight of God. So why is works-righteousness so attractive? Hear Pastor Nate Harlan preach in his continuing series on the book of Galatians. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Luc Constantin on Unsplash

Two Jerusalems — Galatians 4:21‑31

How does the Apostle Paul connect the story of Sarah and Hagar to the idea that we cannot be justified by works of the law but must be justified by faith? Pastor Nate Harlan continues his series on Galatians. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Cole Keister on Unsplash

The Shepherd’s Plea — Galatians 4:12‑20

What should a pastor’s relationship be like toward his flock? As Pastor Nate Harlan says, the Apostle Paul is a worthy example of warmth and care that all shepherds should emulate. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

Free in Christ — Galatians 4:8‑11

Good pastors, like the Apostle Paul, deliver sharp rebukes when necessary — especially when abandoning the gospel is what’s at stake. Listen to Pastor Nate Harlan deliver this message, part of his series on Galatians. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Joakim Honkasalo on Unsplash

From Slavery to Sonship — Galatians 4:1‑7

The Apostle Paul wants us to trust in the fatherly authority of God. What stands in our way? We find out as Pastor Nate Harlan works through the first seven verses of Galatians 4. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Roan Lavery on Unsplash

Sons of God by Faith — Galatians 3:23-29

Galatians 3:23-29 is a familiar passage — and it’s a passage that is frequently abused. Pastor Nate Harlan brings lights to this section of Scripture as he continues his series on Galatians. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by John Towner on Unsplash

The Promise and the Law — Galatians 3:15‑22

In this sermon, Pastor Nate Harlan continues his series on Galatians by exploring the contrast between God’s covenant with Abraham and His covenant with Moses — and how they both compare to the New Covenant that God established with His church.

Trusting God’s Might Alone — Galatians 3:1‑9

The gospel is all about trusting the power of God and not at all in our own. Trusting in our own power is simply idolatry. Pastor Nate Harlan continues his series on the book of Galatians. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Ronan Furuta on Unsplash

Faith Alone — Galatians 2:15‑16

The law was never given to justify us. Instead, it was given to be a teacher and guardian. This is one reason the doctrine of “faith alone” is so crucial. Listen above, download the audio file, or watch the video below. Photo by Karsten Würth on Unsplash

United by Truth — Galatians 2:11‑14

True love offends. When a brother — even an apostle — sins publicly, it is often the most loving thing to do to correct him publicly. Listen above, download the audio file, or watch the video below. Photo by Haidan on Unsplash

Gospel Freedom — Galatians 2:1‑10

The goal of false brothers is to enslave the church. As Pastor Nate Harlan explains, it is never unloving for the church’s shepherd to defend the truth against a lie and drive the wolves away. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Alexander Rotker on Unsplash

The Gospel of God — Galatians 1:11‑24

The Apostle Paul faced accusations that he was not a true apostle and was instead inventing a new gospel. Pastor Nate Harlan explains why Paul’s defense of his own apostleship was so important for the early church — and for us. Listen above, download the audio here, or watch the video below. Photo by Maria Oswalt on Unsplash

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