This is one of the favorite myths put forth by atheists and skeptics. The fact is no formal historian would agree that the gospels contradict each other. They would say that there may be some disagreement on peripheral details between the gospel accounts, but the core facts are in clear agreement with each other. For example, in 1912, when the … Read More
Yesterday’s sermon was all about turning to the Father as the only One who can bring us peace and security. Check out this last message of a series that I think has been rich! This is one of the strongest series I think I’ve delivered!
Check out this sixth message of seven and discover what Jesus meant when he said, “It is finished!” What does it mean for you to begin living “the finished life”?
Check out the message from yesterday! I’m exploring here how the words “I Thirst” tell us a lot about the potential that’s there when we are open about our needs, struggles, failures…
Check out this post of yesterday’s service! About halfway through the message begins on Jesus’ fourth word from the cross: “My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?”