Pastors Jess Champers & Jeremy Chambers • Living Hope • Sermon • • 29 views • 40:22
Pastor Jess takes a first person look at what it must have been like for the apostle Peter to have been called by Jesus, taught by Jesus, failed him and then restored. This is God’s purpose for the cross and resurrection.
James: Tools to Fix a Broken Faith
Are you tired of dealing with a broken faith? Join us as we begin a new series based on the Book of James where we learn how to fix a broken faith and optimize a strong faith.
The resurrection is the most earth-altering, earth-shattering event in human history. It is the most well-documented fact of ancient history. And yet, it is the most debated fact of all history. There is nothing more consequential than your reception or rejection of the resurrection of Jesus. I can think…
Jim L. Wilson • Illustration • • 13 views
In his weekly editorial for the magazine, The Week, William Falk tells about a show on the Food Network called Restaurant Impossible. In each episode of the program, chef and restaurateur Robert Irvine accepts an invitation to revive a dying family restaurant somewhere in Smalltown, America. Irvine critiques…
I. God’s Word promised a Resurrection II. A Resurrection was not expected by the disciples, they never thought their Messiah would die! III. The victory was won, the tomb was EMPTY!
Easter Story While driving to church on Easter Sunday a few years ago, I told my children the Easter story. “This is the day we celebrate Jesus’ coming back to life,” I explained. Right away, my son, Kevin, three, piped up from the backseat, “Will he be in church today?” —Peggy Key, Portage, Michigan…
From Stressed to Rest
Rev. Dr. Jim Carder • Pathway Church of the Nazarene • Sermon • • 4 views • 33:51
Prayer is certainly more than talking to God and asking for things. Oswald Chambers wrote, "The Bible's idea of prayer is that we may get to know God himself." Prayer is one of the key ways which we move from Stress to Rest. Through our prayers, and the intercessory prayers of others, we come closer to the rest of which Jesus talks in Matthew 11:28-29. How do we become people of prayer?