Sermons by: Tim Ward
To love others, and to love God, requires us to have a great deal of honesty with ourselves. This sermon will help you understand the power of Christ love, and the light it shines into our lives.
1 John 2:7-11
“Lavish” is both a verb and an adjective. It describes love and it encourages us to offer it to others in a certain way. There is a habit that once gained, will enable you to keep the first great commandment, and the second as well.
1 John 3:11-18
How we see other people has a dramatic impact on our ability to love them. What blocks your vision when you look at another person? The love of Christ gives us the ability to love others. Come hear how this can happen in your life.
Maybe we have it a little backward. We strive to follow Jesus’ teaching to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength which, in turn, we hope will help us better love our family, friends, neighbors along with everyone else. We may find...
Uncertainty about the future makes us all anxious. Life ends with the mystery of death, and we wonder if there is a way beyond it, and if we will have to fact that reality alone. It makes a real difference to know that Jesus is here, and know how...
Have you ever felt like you were wandering without purpose? Ever gotten off track but were not sure how to find your way again? Come hear how Jesus promised to be a Good Shepherd matters to us today, and how his being here can make a real...
All around the world, darkness is often a metaphor for evil, being lost, and uncertainty. Light is a metaphor for hope, direction, certainty. Jesus often used this language in his teaching, even about himself. Join us this week as we discover...