As we conclude the series, Respectable Sins, Pastor Ben talks through the fact that when we talk about getting rid of sin, there is a void. The question is: what do we fill that void with? Listen as he goes to the Bible and talks about what we need to fill this void with.
This week as Pastor Ben dives back into our series Respectable Sins, he is looking at the sin of gossip. It is, unfortunately, one of the most prevalent sins we see in our world and in Christian circles. Take a listen here as he talks through what it looks like and how to fight against it.
During this past year, God has given our Youth Pastor, Paul Williams, and his family the calling and desire to enter full-time missions work. As they prepare to head to training school, Pastor Ben takes a look at God’s Word and some examples of people who were sent out. We are excited for them for this new venture God has given them, but sad to see them go.
We all have needs. But how many of what we call needs are actually wants? How often are we caught in going along with the world says is important when God tells us pursuing Him is more important? Pastor Isaac walks through these questions and what we are supposed to be doing.
Do you like having things your way? Do you wish others would just do what you need them to? As we continue our series on Respectable Sins, Pastor Paul takes a look at a Bible passage that talks about selfishness and manipulation. It’s one that may not pop up all the time, but it appears more than we think.
In this week’s message on Respectable Sins, Pastor Isaac looks at the sin of worry. It is not something that any of us like to deal with and the Bible has something to say about. We look at Philippians 4 and Paul’s approach to worry.
We can all think that telling a little lie is not that big of a deal. Often other people don’t even know about it. And we can think that it’s not hurting anyone. But what does the Bible say about it? Listen to Pastor Ben talk through this respectable sin.
As we continue this series of Respectable Sins, Pastor Ben looks at one that may be the most common–complaining. It’s something we can easily get into and often just seems so natural. So how do we talk about things we are concerned about without being a people who complain? Listen to what the Bible has to say here.
We are excited to celebrate with 6 people as they step forward and follow God’s command in being baptized. And before they do, Pastor Ben talks through what baptism is, why we do it, why it’s important. Take a listen.