Spiritual Bankruptcy

We are taught to be strong. We are taught to have it all together. And if we are deficient, act like you are not. It’s the way we’ve always been taught, and it’s killing us. The strength we need is often in admitting our weakness. It’s time to go the second mile in acknowledging your spiritual bankruptcy.

Sermon on the Mount [Series Overview]

Jesus’ sermon on the mount recorded in Matthew 5-7 provided the standard for countercultural living for Kingdom citizens. Here is the overview of the sermon series as we study Jesus’ life changing words.

Intro to the Sermon on the Mount

The Sermon on the Mount is the greatest sermon in the history of the world. It has been translated and quoted and treasured more than any other. Before starting a thorough study, here is some information that will help you grasp the truth contained within the sermon.

Protecting Commissioned Objectives

Every day we draw nearer to the most contentious election of our lifetimes, and every moment we come closer to living in the aftermath of half of a country who is infuriated by the results. How do we, as Christians, keep the main thing the main thing? It’s time to go the second mile in protecting commissioned objectives.

Jesus Teaches Me How to Live My Life

Jesus taught the importance of hearing and obeying God’s Word in a story he taught about two builders. The difference may seem subtle at first, but the outcome is dramatically polarizing from each other.

Jesus Promises to Always Be With Me

In Matthew 28, we read of how Jesus gathered his disciples together after his resurrection. On that day, he provided the Great Commission and assured the disciples of his presence with them as they went out.

Jesus Chose to Die for Me

In Matthew 26:36-46, we read of Jesus’ prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane before his crucifixion. Even though he knew the great cost for our salvation, he was willing to take our place.

Jesus Chose to Love Me

In Matthew 9:9-13, Jesus chose to call Matthew as his disciple. It also tells us about Matthew choosing to introduce his friends to Jesus because Matthew loved his friends and wanted to introduce them to Jesus.