I also preached a lesson a few weeks ago that is part one to this lesson on answering the skeptics about the “problem of evil.” You can listen to it or see the PowerPoint on my sermons page or click here.
The grace of God is one of the most misunderstood and abused topics about the attributes of God, especially when it comes to the debate over grace versus works. This sermon examines what the grace of God is and shows how God (instead of man) is deserving of all the glory when it comes to their receiving salvation. I challenged some common misconceptions that “Christians” have about grace, one being that there are no conditions that we must fulfill to receive the grace of God; the other being that we must do works to merit eternal life. There is a middle ground between these two that is correct. Listen and let me know if you agree or disagree.
I was blessed by the Lord to preach for the first time at a local congregation today. I was struggling to know where to start, so I figured I would begin the way Paul did when he entered a new city. He preached what was of first importance: the Gospel!
Here is the lesson that I preached. It is about 20 minutes long.
Here is a video with the audio of the sermon along with the PowerPoint slides:
Here is a sermon that I preached on Aug 5 on the power and sovereignty of God
During the sermon, I share the below video from Francis Chan to show God’s power seen in His amazing creation.
Sometimes we tend to separate our service to God and our service to others. We tend to forget that the majority of our service to God is done in our interactions with other people. If we love God, we will show it in how we love others. If we have faith, it will show in our works towards others. Here is a sermon I preached awhile back on this subject.
I started a series of sermons on Sunday at a church I preach at one Sunday per month titled “Prepare to Meet Your God” which will examine the character and nature of God. Here is the first sermon of this series:
Here are two lessons on the subject of Evangelism that I gave in the church in Altoona. If you would like me to come to your congregation to teach this material, it can be expanded to include many other classes/sermons on evidences and dealing with common objections (Some listed below).
Other Possible Classes/Sermons
Expanded Introduction – Reclaiming our Passion for the Lost
Handling the Most Common Objections
Evidence for Christ and the Bible (1-3 Sermons/Classes)
Jesus Christ, The Lamb of God (Based on Ken Craig’s Material)
We can also include a period of time where we practice sharing the gospel one on one with each other before we take whoever is in the classes to the streets to share the gospel with people.
I can also teach this material on a one to one basis via Skype, or you can just look at all of the material on this website and train yourself.