Tucker Yates shares the message from Matthew 5:5-6. When we start with the end of the passage, satisfaction, we will be able to be meek and hunger and thirst for righteousness.
Jesus’s paradoxical statements are the foundation for true happiness. Today we examine what it means to be “poor in spirit” and “to mourn.” Mark Maynard continues his message from Matthew 5:3-4. Read more »
Mark Maynard is speaking from Matthew 5-7 as he begins a new series on The Sermon on the Mount. Does this sound familiar? “The life we dream of is in the future somewhere, and we hope to catch up with it any day now.” Read more »
The most effective leaders engender loyalty to them and their mission together by being loyal. Nobody ever modeled this more effectively than Jesus Christ. Even after Peter had denied Christ three times after his resurrection, He made it a point to reassure Peter. This was to stay loyal – regardless of Peter’s failure. Chris White […] Read more »
Between Friday and Sunday, there was Saturday while Jesus was in the tomb. Do we believe that He carried all our sin, guilt and shame into the tomb? If so, why do we keep carrying it with us in our lives? Land Bridgers speaks from Mark 15:42-47. Read more »
Mark Maynard speaks from Mark 15:33-41. Jesus’s death on the cross abolished the Old Covenant and ushered in the New Covenant. Our Savior paid the penalty for our sin and gave us His righteousness. The centurion, charged with killing the Lord Jesus Christ, was so moved by what he heard and saw that day that […] Read more »