The longing soul is only satisfied in Christ. Paul tells his story about coming to Christ as he looks back on his life. If you’re ever saddened by your lack of growth for Christ, learn to long for Him.
If you ever came across some garbage, you knew it wasn’t worth much. If you value your good works as a means to earn favor with God, don’t listen to this sermon.
Have you ever played, “Can you spot the difference between these two pictures?” Some are easy; some aren’t. There is a true and false Christianity, did you know that? Paul teaches about his controversies, but we have our own today. Discover how to spot the differences.
Ever wondered why you can eat pork (Lev. 11:7), wear clothing of mixed fabric (Deut. 22:11), and don’t have to put a parapet around your rooftop (Deut. 22:8), even though the Mosaic Law commands it? We begin to look at what is true Christianity and false Christianity with this background of the Christian’s relationship to […]
Sacrifice is a word we’d rather see in other people; how few Christians sacrifice! Epaphroditus serves as an example of sacrificial service. Learn to sacrifice!
This is our first message in our new building! What better way to celebrate than to tell the good news of Christ! Of course, we have to tell the bad news first. Join us for our sermon on desperation, gospel, and redemption.
You are what you mimic; the problem is, we too often mimic other sinners and not godly people. In our message today, we learn from a godly man, Timothy, on selflessly seeking Christ’s interests.
The church has more incidences of persecution today than at any other time in history. The vast majority of these incidences are in the non-western world. The persecuted church needs to know how to respond; the western church needs to know how to work together to prepare for that day. Learn and respond to God’s […]
Do you or your loved ones have trouble grumbling or complaining? Learn how serious grumbling is and practical steps on how to overcome it.
What do our churches need to be concerned with this year? Way too many churches are programmed oriented and not “make disciples” oriented. This year Northlight Baptist Church resolves, “Make disciples of Jesus!”
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