SERMON

Soul Auction, Temple Truth

Hear Michael Brothers give voice to the often overlooked moneychangers and see how “temple truth is messy” in John’s story of Jesus cleansing the temple.

Soul Auction, Temple Truth

What Should We Do?

Powery calls the church to value more than just its history and tradition and be reminded of the mission that our baptism has empowered us to do.

What Should We Do?

Song of the Vineyard

Unmet expectations in our ministries tend to discourage persistence and love. The song of the prophet Isaiah is a reminder of God's greater story.

Song of the Vineyard

Make Sure There's a Word in Your Mouth

Life and destiny lie not in the hands of others, or in the hands of ministers. Preaching the story of Balak, Lettsome proclaims that life and destiny lie securely in the hands of God.

Make Sure There's a Word in Your Mouth

Wet Feet

We often wait for God to act on our behalf before stepping into God's promises. But Lettsome says sometimes our feet must get wet, as the Israelites’ did when crossing the Jordan River.

Wet Feet

Hidden Hope

The story of Moses compels believers whose hope is under attack to remember that God has not forgotten them.

Hidden Hope

A Fresh Anointment for a New Appointment

God does not ask to see your credentials; God just calls you to act. In this sermon, Forbes encourages pastors in this divine call.

A Fresh Anointment for a New Appointment

Soul Friendship

Ministers are some of the loneliest people in the world, despite their potential to have sustaining meaningful friendships.

Soul Friendship

The Ministry of Raising the Dead

Forbes encourages pastors and leaders of the church to overcome fear and doubt, following God’s call to bring life out of death.

The Ministry of Raising the Dead

Deliberately Chosen

Anxiety can keep a pastor from fruitful ministry. Driesell encourages pastors to abide in Jesus.

Deliberately Chosen

The Answer Is Always Jesus

So many churches are searching for the magical formula that will bring people flooding back into their sanctuaries. But Byassee reminds us, the answer is only and always Jesus.

The Answer Is Always Jesus

Finding Yourself

Most clergy experience a dramatic drop in self-esteem after entering ministry, a self-loss Driesell connects to the parable of the prodigal son.

Finding Yourself

Words, Words, and More Words

In writing, speaking, and preaching, people search for the “right” words. Lammers Gross examines the connection between worship, words, and writing.

Words, Words, and More Words