Sermons on “Salvation”

Women’s Conference 2016 Part 2

The Journey of Charlotte Bise is the second of three sessions of the 2016 Women’s Conference. Guest Speaker Mrs Charlotte Bise.

View Sermon

Women’s Conference 2016

The first of three sessions of the 2016 Women’s Conference. Guest Speaker Mrs Nichole Bulger

View Sermon

One Day Too Late

The human life on earth is described as a vapor. We may be here today but gone tomorrow. Do you have your life planned out? Where will you be tomorrow? How sure can you be of the answers to those questions?

View Sermon

A Salvation You Can Count On

The Apostle Paul had it all wrong . He was the most religious person around but he was blinded by his good deeds and self-righteous lifestyle. His eyes were open when his heart was pricked.
Philippians 3:5-9

View Sermon

The Power Of The Cross

The Power Of The Cross is part 3 of the series What Really Happened At The Cross. We look at the awesome, redeeming, saving power of Christ’s sacrifice on the cross.
Matthew 27:29-34 & Luke 23:39-43

View Sermon

The Paradox Of The Cross

Calvary Love, What is it? The Innocent and Just being punished for the guilty and unjust. Giving mercy to the merciless. Those are just a few of the paradoxes of the cross. Those paradoxes are what we call Calvary Love.
Luke 23:33

View Sermon

The Parody Of The Cross

Part 1 in the “What Really Happened At The Cross” series that takes a closer look at the people and events connected to the crucifixion of Jesus our Savior.
Luke 23:33-37

View Sermon

Help For Your Unbelief

Crisis can often expose our level of faith in God. We must be sure that our prayer life in not diminished by our unbelief.
Mark 9:24

View Sermon

Almost Or Altogether

The Apostle Paul, King Agrippa, and Governor Festus each make a statement. We take a look at what their words tell us in the message.
Acts 26:24-28

View Sermon
wheat

A Clear And Present Danger

To ignore this powerful, practical and personal message could put you in clear and present danger.
Hebrews 3:1-12; Psalms 95:1-11

View Sermon