Gerard Sanborn • Northside Bible Church • Sermon • • 16 views • 36:09
"You're dead. Now What?" No, this isn't a late Halloween message, it's the title of Gerard Sanborn's message today. Physical death is an inescapable consideration for every one of us. Even with our hope of the Lord's return for His own (AKA "the Rapture" we have to plan in light of the real possibility that we face our own physical demise. SO, how do we do so with God-given assurance and God-honoring stewardship?
Follow the Science
Dan Coggins • Northside Bible Church • Sermon • • 14 views • 49:25
Insidious proposals often bear noble names. This is the case with HR-5 called "The Equality Act". The Biblical case for equality stands against this poisonous piece of legislation. Christians need to be armed against this with Scripture, compassion and courage.
Doctrine of Last Things
Though the specific number of years Jesus reigns over the earthly Davidic kingdom is only identified in one passage, the descriptions of that kingdom are seen throughout Scripture. In this message, we'll look again at the promises of Jesus second coming as Messiah King.
What is the real heart of love - marital, familial, friendship? How does understanding the "Biblical history" of love help us to love better, deeper and fuller?
A Journey Toward Jesus
God's plan to send Israel and the world a Savior runs from Genesis to Revelation. For the weeks leading to Christmas we'll be looking closely at some of the hundreds of prophesies of Messiah in the Old Testament. This is not an academic study, but a delightful probing of God's loving compassion for the human race.
A balanced understanding of God is not a passive academic plod through dusty theological terms. It is a delightful adventure of discovery...if we approach Him, not "it". Any of the attributes or characteristics of God is worthy of detailed investigation, but sometimes stepping back to get a wider and more full view is needed.