Sermons from October 2011
We look at the life and ministry of this great man, who preached powerfully to a vast congregation for nearly 50 years.
We see how an understanding of what the Bible says about the eternal state can help us to gain a Christian perspective on the environment.
We look at the life and ministry of the man who wrote the hymns „A Debtor to Mercy Alone„ and „Rock of Ages,„ Augustus Toplady.
Continuing our Reformation Lectures on the Great Awakening in England, we look at the life and ministry of John Wesley.
Colossians 1:19-20 The Father, out of His great love, sent Jesus His Son into the world to save; Jesus, out of His great love for the Father and for man, was willing to become a man to lay down His life.
We continue to develop a Christian view of the environment, this time examining the doctrine of redemption.
We continue our Reformation Lecture Series on the Great Awakening in England by looking at the life and ministry of George Whitefield, one of the greatest evangelists the world has seen.
Romans 5:6-9 The Gospel is the message of God’s infinite love to those who are infinitely hateful, the message of free and infinite blessing to infinitely undeserving sinners.
We begin a new Reformation Series in which we will look at the conditions just prior to the Great Awakening and the means the Lord used to bring it about.
Romans 1:16-17 The Gospel is the power of God to save all who believe – but what is the Gospel, and what must God’s children believe about it if they are to seek to see the lost saved through it?